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Digital Surgery Summit 2019 | March 21, San Francisco

Digital Surgery Summit 2019 | March 21, San Francisco

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Date of beginning

Thursday, 21 March 2019

Duration

1 day

City

San Francisco

Country

United States

Contact

FT Live

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Memo

The future of surgery will be shaped by a host of factors, from the rise of artificial intelligence to the evolution of hardware and sensors. Incredible leaps are being made in computing power, miniaturization and connectivity, empowering surgeons to reduce risks and improve patient outcomes. But the surgical field has been slower to adapt to new technologies than the broader consumer economy. Outdated regulation may be partly to blame but there has also arguably been a lack of focus on digitizing surgery in a way that is widely accessible. For example, minimally invasive robotic surgery has been around for years but it is still typically unaffordable. If digitizing surgery really is the way forward it must be for the many, not the few. The FT Digital Surgery Summit will examine how next-generation surgical technologies are transforming performance in the operating room. Crucially, the event will also address the issues of cost, scale and access that come with taking surgery into the digital era. Thought leaders from across the healthcare landscape will provide valuable insights on key issues with a balanced focus on opportunities and challenges. Join us in San Francisco on March 21, 2019 to find out what the digitization of surgery could mean for you and your organization, both practically and strategically. To apply for your complimentary place visit: live.ft.com/DigitalSurgery URL: Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/366952-2?pid=5569 Speakers: Colonel (Dr) Jerome Buller Commander US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Carla Pugh Professor of Surgery Stanford University School of Medicine, Jean Nehme CEO and Co-founder Digital Surgery Ltd, Jaap Bonjer Chair and Professor of Surgery, Amsterdam University Medical Centre – CEO Amsterdam Skills Centre for Health Sciences, Daniel Buchbinder Chief of Oral and Maxilofacial Surgery, Head and Neck Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Rachael Callcut Associate Professor of Surgery University of California San Francisco, Patrick Combes Worldwide Technical Leader for Healthcare and Life Sciences Amazon Web Services, Ken Goldberg William S. Floyd Jr. Distinguished Chair in Engineering University of California, Berkeley, Monika Hagen Consultant Surgeon and Lecturer University Hospital Geneva, Luke Hares Technology Director CMR Surgical, Pablo E. Garcia Kilroy Vice President, Applied Research and Technology Verb Surgical, Allan Kirk Chair, Department of Surgery Duke University School of Medicine, Daniel Kraft Faculty Chair for Medicine, Singularity University, Founder and Chair Exponential Medicine, Richard Leparmentier VP Engineering Auris Health, Heather Lyu Surgeon and Clinical Informatics Fellow Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Joe Lonsdale Founding Partner 8VC, Cheri Reynolds Director of Program Development and Global Health Assist International, Dave Saunders Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder Galen Robotics, Dan Stoyanov Professor of Robot Vision, UCL and CSO Digital Surgery Ltd, Tim Worden Partner, Life Sciences Taylor Wessing, Michael Yip Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering University of California San Diego, Darren Dodd Writer/Editor FT Health, Sarah Neville Global Pharmaceuticals Editor Financial Times Venue details: Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco, 2 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, 94105, United States Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm