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Program

Join us on April 28 & April 29 in San Francisco as experts share their insights on digital health solutions in orthopaedics. 

Thursday, April 28, 2022

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7:00 am

Registration & Breakfast

Registration is from 7:00 – 8:00.After you pick up your name badge, head into the exhibit hall for breakfast and coffee.

8:00 am

Reunion & Opening Remarks

Welcome!We seriously missed seeing you these past 15 years and look forward to reconnecting. So much has happened since 2022! In this first hour, though, we will look to Stefano and Shauna, our moderators, to lead us through some fun exercises to reconnect: hey, it’s been a while!

Stefano Bini
Shawna Butler

9:00 am

The Future of Computer Vision & Medical Imaging With AI

Artificial Intelligence. It was such the hot buzzword in 2022! Now AI is so ubiquitous, that we simply assume it is there, in the background, doing its magic, all the time. And, lo and behold, it did not replace any of us! We will review some key applications of AI and how they impacted Digital Health’s trajectory with companies like Philips showing the way.

Gary Bradski
Niccolo' Stefani

9:40 am

Recharge: Reconnect

Yes, we love our breaks. It is a time to check email, see old friends, check out the exhibits, and tell a friend something you found particularly memorable about the AI lectures.

10:00 am

DOCSF Science: AI in Ortho

DOCSF Science is intended to look back at the most influential research of 2021 and how it seeded the innovations we see today, in 2037. Translational research presented in a Journal Club format by both clinical and basic science experts. Sit back and listen for the Evidence for Change.

Peter L. Schilling
Valentina Pedoia
Fabrizio Billi

10:30 am

DOCSF Science: Robotics in Ortho

DOCSF Science is intended to look back at the most influential research of 2021 and how it seeded the innovations we see today, in 2037. Translational research presented in a Journal Club format by both clinical and basic science experts. Sit back and listen for the Evidence for Change.

Stefan W. Kreuzer
Jennifer McCaney
Fabrizio Billi

11:00 am

Digital Transformation: Human Centered Design and System Thinking in Health Care

Digital (Orthopaedic) Transformation. So we’re now starting to get a picture of what the future holds and it is awesome, inspiring, and motivating. But how do we get there? Fortunately, we were the last to adopt digital tech so we had a lot of examples to draw on. In this session, we will hear from our friends at Ernst and Young on successful implementation of human centered design and system engineering in healthcare.

Kenny O'Neill

11:40 am

Innovation in Healthcare: Startups and their importance to the healthcare eco-system

Unity Stokes
Unity Stoakes

12:00 pm

Lunch: DePuy Synthes & Zimmer Biomet Symposium 

Hear from Zimmer Biomet and DePuy Synthes (The Orthopaedics Company of Johnson & Johnson) about how they navigated their own digital transformation in 2022. It was a wild ride into the unknown that worked out remarkably well.

1:00 pm

Dessert in the Exhibit Hall

We know you want a little more time after the symposia to connect. So much of the magic at DOCSF happens in the interstitial spaces between educational cells! Take a break, grab dessert and check out the cool technology in our exhibitor hall.

1:30 pm

Spotlight: Data & Interoperability 

Today, accessing data wherever it is seems like a de-facto, natural state of affairs, but in 2022 data was locked away in silos. Several companies were tackling that issue and solving those challenges. In this session we will hear from three stakeholders trying to solve the data interoperability equation.

Tate Gilchrist
Davide Vigano

2:10 pm

Robotics in Orthopaedics

Back in 2022, surgical robots were all the rage. Today, as we know, the landscape looks quite different. Computers attached to actuators and sensors are helping us with many repetitive and otherwise menial tasks, freeing an every shrinking workforce to do things only humans can do. In this session we will explore how those trends we saw in 2022 played out over time.

Emel Demircan

2:50 pm

Recharge: Reconnect

Yes, we (still)  love our breaks. It is a time to check email, see old friends, check out the exhibits, and tell a friend something you found particularly memorable about the Data or Robotics lectures (nb: research suggests that if you tell someone, it is far more likely you will remember it later).

3:20 pm

Community and Digital Health Tech as a Gamified Service 

Gaming was big in 2022. How big? $180 Billion big. By 2025 it was nearly $300B. That’s one big chunk of change. As with all tech, it is fungible. Tech leaks. It spreads. This is a good thing because it means we health care people do not have to worry about deploying VR headsets and IoT devices into people’s homes: they are already there! How cool. But in 2022 it was not so obvious. Join Roderick Alemagna, a 20 year veteran of the industry as he outlines the technology, games and applications that were hot in 2022, how they evolved into the games of today, and what it meant for healthcare.

Roderick Alemagna

4:00 pm

Ignition: Integrating the Future of Health

Who better to end our afternoon sessions, ignite our thinking, open us to the possible (and kick off our cocktail hour) than Dr. Daniel Kraft? Daniel has a unique perspective on what happened back in 2022 thanks to his ubiquitous presence on the digital health stage around the planet at that time. He is a physician, an entrepreneur, an investor, and innovator… as well as a pilot. 

Daniel Kraft
Daniel Kraft

4:50 pm

Day 1 Conclusion

Stefano Bini
Shawna Butler

5:00 pm

Welcome Reception

Throwback party: dress in your favorite 2022 clothes and join us for drinks with the Exhibitors before heading off to the Faculty dinner (we highly recommend you join us for this dinner open to our attendees and faculty).

6:30 pm

VIP Faculty Dinner (Separate Ticket Required)

Join us for a VIP dinner and networking. A separate ticket is required.

Friday, April 29, 2022

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7:00 am

Breakfast

Enjoy your breakfast and coffee in the exhibit hall with our exhibitors.

8:00 am

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Welcome back! Today we’ll just make a couple of quick introductions to the day ahead before diving into the content. Super excited for Friday!

Stefano Bini
Shawna Butler

8:10 am

Deep Dive: Financing The Vision

 Follow the money. Technology is expensive. Change management is not cheap. The question we always hear is this: how are we going to pay for innovation? How is Fin-tech getting involved in healthcare? How are the most innovative insurers tackling the question of financial reform? What does the Blockchain have to do with anything? In this segment the Innovation lead from Anthem and the CEO of Health.com will address the economic drivers that drove payment reform in 2022 and beyond.

Bobby Samuel
John Bass

8:50 am

Sensors, Sensing, and Sensei

Sensors are ubiquitous today, but in 2022 they were just beginning to take a hold to people’s wrists, watches, and homes. The people charged with leading innovation at Google ATAP in the 2020s will share what their vision of the future was and discuss how one small project fundamentally changed the way clinical data was collected in orthopaedics.

Ivan Poupyrev
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Nicholas Gillian
Stefano Bini

9:30 am

Recharge: Reconnect

Take a break, grab a coffee, check out the cool technology in our exhibitor hall.

10:00 am

DOCSF Science: Sensors in Ortho

DOCSF Science is back after its debut yesterday. DOCSF Science is designed to look back at the most influential research of 2021 and how it seeded the innovations we see today, in 2037. Translational research presented in a Journal Club format by both clinical and basic science experts. Yesterday, we looked at AI and Robotics. Today we review Sensors and X/R technologies. Sit back and listen for the Evidence for Change!

Jeff Lotz
Cory Calendine, MD
Fabrizio Billi

10:30 am

DOCSF Science: VR/AR in Ortho 

DOCSF Science is designed to look back at the most influential research of 2021 and how it seeded the innovations we see today, in 2037. Translational research presented in a Journal Club format by both clinical and basic science experts. Yesterday, we looked at AI and Robotics. Today we review Sensors and  VR/AR technologies. Sit back and listen for the Evidence for Change!

Sigurd Berven
Louis Rosenberg
Fabrizio Billi

11:00 am

4 Technology Superpowers 

What are the four superpowers that are shaping the future of health?  Alex Flores, Head of Intel’s Health Solutions shares examples about how artificial intelligence, the internet of things, 5G connectivity, and cloud technologies will carry us to 2037 and beyond. He visits the trends, shifts, and tangible examples taking place and setting the foundation for a futuristic view.

Alex Flores

11:20 am

Hospitals in the Metaverse

Metaverse anyone? After much hullabaloo, and billions invested, the buzzword of the early 20’s was the arrival of the metaverse. 5G was a nascent technology and the theoretical limit for data transmission speeds, about 180 terabytes/second, had just been breached. 

Shafi Ahmed

11:40 am

The Metaverse  Chat

Metaverse anyone? After much hullabaloo, and billions invested, the buzzword of the early 20’s was the arrival of the metaverse. 5G was a nascent technology and the theoretical limit for data transmission speeds, about 180 terabytes/second, had just been breached. 

Louis Rosenberg

12:00 pm

Innovation in Healthcare: Startups and their importance to the healthcare eco-system

Unity Stokes
Unity Stoakes

12:30 pm

Lunch: Stryker Symposium | Advanced Digital Healthcare

In order to stay competitive in the ever-changing medtech and digital health landscape, we must transform how we innovate. Join Robert Cohen, President, Digital, Robotics, and Enabling Technologies, Siddarth Satish, VP, Digital Innovation, and David Steele, Sr. Director, Digital Health Strategy, to see how Stryker has transformed their organization to continue delivering innovations that empower outcomes.

1:30 pm

Dessert in Exhibit Hall

Enjoy some dessert and check out the cool technology in our exhibitor hall.

2:00 pm

Digital Transformation: Integrating Technology

We heard yesterday from EY, an international consultancy, about the digital transformation that occurred in healthcare between 2022 and 2037. Today we hear about the challenges companies faced in those days when faced with digital adoption. Paul Limbrey, Managing Director for Global Agencies and Partners at Google helped Google’s customers integrate digital assets into analog cultures in those days and has much to teach us about how to do tech integration right to achieve a successful digital transformation. Paul’s also an amazing guitarist. Just sayin’…

Paul Limbrey

2:40 pm

IDEO Design Thinking for Digital Transformation: Part 1

IDEO has been a partner to DOCSF since our humble beginnings. Our hands on skills acquisition workshops focused Design Thinking tools that IDEO pioneered and which continue to survive in todays’ 2037 world. What we asked IDEOs team to do is to help us integrate what we have learned in the past 2 days into an effective strategy for success going forward. We seldom get an opportunity to sit, process, think and integrate what we have learned with fellow time travelers. This is it. Let’s get to work!

3:20 pm

Recharge: Reconnect

Take a break, grab a snack, check out the cool technology in our exhibitor hall.

3:40 pm

IDEO Design Thinking for Digital Transformation: Part 2

IDEO has been a partner to DOCSF since our humble beginnings. Our hands on skills acquisition workshops focused Design Thinking tools that IDEO pioneered and which continue to survive in todays’ 2037 world. What we asked IDEOs team to do is to help us integrate what we have learned in the past 2 days into an effective strategy for success going forward. We seldom get an opportunity to sit, process, think and integrate what we have learned with fellow time travelers. This is it. Let’s get to work!

5:00 pm

DOCSF Science Awards & Closing Reception

 Join us as we announce the DOCSF SCIENCE AWARDS for the best research papers of 2021 in the exhibit hall and, sadly, say ‘goodbye’… or better, ‘so long’ and unlock the time machine to let you back into 2022 and a great weekend in the bay area.

Fabrizio Billi
Shawna Butler
Stefano Bini

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