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presented in partnership with the
UCSF Department of orthopaedic surgery

Dive into the future of orthopaedics.

The Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco (DOCSF) has been radically redesigned to create an immersive look into the future of musculoskeletal care, outline the transformational tools needed to transition to digital orthopaedics, and highlight the translation research providing the evidence for change.

Why Attend

Top Speakers and Experts – from across Digital Health, Orthopaedics, Technology, Hospitals, and Healthcare Providers  Around the World.

Original and unique content that you will not find at any other orthopaedic conference.

CME Hours are included with your registration!

Program

Thursday, April 28

Friday, April 29

What to
Expect

Our two-day event will take a journey into 2037 to allow the audience to immerse themselves in what orthopaedics could be like in 2037. 

DOCSF SCIENCE

SCIENCE will focus on eight active research areas impacting orthopaedics today such as machine learning, camera vision, sensors, and 3D printing. Prominent scientists and clinical researchers embedded in those disciplines will select the best published papers of the past year, discuss their key findings, and present the DOCSF SCIENCE AWARD to the winner of each category. The goal of DOCSF SCIENCE is to update the audience on the best Evidence for Change published this past year.

THE FUTURE

We will look over the horizon and hear from visionary tech CEOs, Venture Investors and Physician Innovators in Silicon Valley and beyond. We want to understand the full potential of digital innovation in healthcare and the impact it will have on orthopaedics in particular. For example, we will be exploring what the advent of a multiverse, middleware, holograms, autonomous surgical robotics, synthetic data, digital twins, and hospital at home will have on the way we deliver care. Keynotes and faculty will include speakers from companies like Google, IBM, and Microsoft, and visionary Futurists.

THE JOURNEY

Digital Transformation will soon cease to be a competitive advantage and become an expected competency. Key thought leaders from business, healthcare and academia will share what is driving the need for innovation. Speakers will highlight the need to develop a digital foundation, integrate workforces, transform workflows, and implement effective strategies and delve into how that has happened in other industries that have gone before healthcare.

Meet the
speakers

Learn from digital technology innovators. 

Bini Headshot
Stefano Bini, MD

Professor, Orthopedic Surgery Chief Technology Officer, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery
UCSF
Founder & Chair
DOCSF

Shawna Butler
Nurse Economist

Director of Experience
DOCSF

Fabrizio Billi

Professor, Department of
Orthopaedic Surgery
UCLA

Thomas Vail

Professor and Chair, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery
UCSF

Jeffrey Lotz, PhD

Professor and Vice Chair of Research David S. Bradford, MD, Endowed Chair of Orthopaedic Surgery
UCSF

Sigurd Berven

Professor, Chief of Spine Service
UCLA

Alex Flores

Global Head of Health Solutions Vertical
Health, Education & Consumer Industries
Intel Corporation

Valentina Pedoia

Assistant Professor in Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Dept.
UCSF

Paul Limbrey​

Managing Director,
Global Agencies & Partners
Google

Ivan Poupyrev

Director of Engineering
Google

Niccolo' Stefani

Global Strategic Clinical Leader
Chief Medical Officer
Philips

Bobby Samuel

VP Engineering
Anthem

Cory Calendine

Surgeon 
Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee

Louis Rosenberg

CEO 
Unanimous AI

Daniel Kraft
Daniel Kraft
Founder & Chair
Exponential Medicine
Gary Bradski

Chief Scientific Officer
OpenCV.ai

Kenny O'Neill

Partner/ Principal
Digital Strategy, Transformation &
Innovation
EY

Shafi Ahmed
Surgeon | Futurist | Innovator
Entrepreneur | Humanitarian
Unity Stokes
Unity Stoakes

Cofounder, President, Managing Partner StartUp Health

Jennifer McCaney

Executive Director
UCLA Biodesign

Roderick Alemania
Co-Founder & CEO
ReadyUp Inc.
Stefan W. Kreuzer, M.D., MSc.

Orthopedic Surgeon
Expert in Robotic Surgery in Orthopedics
INOV8 Orthopedics

Tate Gilchrist

Provider Partnerships
Datavant

John Bass

Founder & CEO
Hashed Health

Yicheng Sun

Senior Design Lead 
IDEO

Brittany Margot

Design Lead
IDEO

Peter Schilling, MD

Staff Physician, Orthopaedics 
Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Emel Demircan
Associate Professor
California State University, Long Beach
Davide Vigano
Cofounder & CEO
Sensoria Health Inc.
Lee Grossman

CEO
OREF

join the revolution

Be part of our community: register for the conference and join the digital orthopaedics revolution.

$899

Through April 29

DOCSF22 Registration Rates

DOCSF22

Early Bird
$ 499 Until March 14
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DOCSF22

Advanced
$ 799 March 15 - April 16
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DOCSF22

Standard
$ 899 April 17-April 28
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Today

The Venue

We are thrilled to see everyone in-person at the newly renovated Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SOMA. 

HYATT REGENCY SAN FRANCISCO DOWNTOWN SOMA​

50 Third Street San Francisco, California 94103

Commercially Supported By:

Premier Partner
DePuy Synthes

Premier Partner
Zimmer Biomet

Premium Exhibitors

Orthogrid

Standard Exhibitors

CurveBeam, LLC

Axial3D

Startup Exhibitors

Bone Health Technologies

Sira Medical

Docspera

Sponsor & Exhibitor
Opportunities Available

Credit provided by AKH, Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare.

In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and DOCSF. AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Physicians
AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare designates this live activity for a maximum of 11.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Successful completion of the CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 11.25 medical knowledge MOC points and 0 patient safety MOC credit in the
American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.

Get in Touch

Please email Kristina Portillo with any questions: kristina@docsf.health
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