Surgical Robotics 5.0: The Future of Robotics in Healthcare
We are on the threshold of an incredible revolution in health care, one that will truly improve quality and access to healthcare for everyone around the globe. Join Harel Gadot, company group chairman of MEDX Ventures, co-founder and CEO of Microbot Medical, and chairman and president of XACT Robotics, as he shares his view on the future of robotics in healthcare and the arrival of Surgical Robotics 5.0. Learn how this new era will make healthcare safer, more accessible, less wasteful and with improved quality.
A User's Perspective on Human-Centered Medical Device Design
Implantable therapeutic systems are designed to automate the treatment of a number of conditions for improved efficacy of patient therapy, enhanced compliance and reduced potential side-effects. This discussion focuses on the complex health system and its various groups of decision makers and payers, correct identification of target consumers for new devices, factors that influence decision making with respect to new technologies, and R&D and product-development challenges.
Secrets to Solving the 5 Hardest Design Problems in Medtech
Brian Mullins, Director, Design and Development at Kablooe Design, examines the challenging process of medical device development and reveals his 5 secrets to overcoming real design and development challenges that determine the difference between success and failure, including translating user feedback into business value, focusing on human factors, and early consideration of design manufacturability. Learn tips for pivoting projects to drive attainable solutions.
The Wave of Digital Health
Over the last five years, digital tech companies have turned their focus and investments to healthcare, from apps to wearables, and to digital health devices that are changing the future of healthcare. Join leading expert, Sandra Nagale, PhD, Director, Digital Health and Data Solutions at Boston Scientific, as she discusses digital health device innovation for healthcare, along with trends, challenges and opportunities for the future. Nagale provides examples of using wearable devices, sensors and data analytics in a proof-of-concept clinical study, and demonstrates leading technologies that enable these devices, such as the development of a highly sensitive predictive algorithm for heart failure events.