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The 14th annual symposium is the highlight event of the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery, at Imperial College London. It provides a forum for international surgeons and engineers to network and share the latest developments in medical robotics, attracting world-leading scientists, engineers and clinical practitioners from a wide range of disciplines associated with medical robotics and surgery.
Going to Hamlyn?
Alex Maret VP Robotics, will be hosting a lunch-time workshop session on Monday 27th June @ 13.00.
Alex is also looking forward to judging the Surgical Robot Challenge – this international competition attracts some of the leading surgical robotics groups from around the world to showcase innovative new ideas across a range of surgical robot platforms.
Realizing digital surgery: Turning buzzwords into business
The healthcare industry is eagerly awaiting the reduced costs and improved outcomes that digital surgery is promising, but are we taking the right steps to bring it to life? Are our legacy systems, methods, and strategies well suited to deliver digital transformation? Though the ambitious goals of this revolution are relatively easy to articulate, the roadmap to realizing this vision is clouded with uncertainty and the obstacles can seem daunting. This presentation explores the changes that are coming in surgery and the changes to our legacy thinking and methods that will be required to create products and technologies today to form the foundation of the digital future.
Speaker | Alex Maret, VP Robotics, Cambridge Consultants
Date | 27 June 2022
Time | 13:00 - 14:00 BST
Location | Sunley Room - Lunch will be provided
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