Digital orthopaedics: Measuring quality in orthopaedic healthcare


Monday 17 September 2018

Half Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
Organised by

Orthopaedics Section


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about this event

This afternoon meeting will bridge the worlds of clinical orthopaedics (from wellness to trauma) and digital health (from big data to augmented reality). By the end of this meeting delegates will understand the purpose of catalysing the adoption of technology in the vertical of musculoskeletal care.


topics include:

  • The progress of digital technology in orthopaedics 
  • Digital technology and artificial intelligence in orthopaedics in the future
  • Digitisation of healthcare in transforming value based care for patients



RSM members from £20 - £50
Non members from £25 - £70


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1.30 pm

Registration, tea and coffee

2.00 pm

Welcome and introduction

Mr Rahul Patel, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Designer Surgeon, MyRecovery

2.10 pm

The future of digital orthopaedics

Dr Stefano Bini, Chairman and Founder, Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco, Chair, Digital Health, Web and Social Media Committee, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and Professor of Orthopaedics, University of San Francisco

2.30 pm

Quantification of the orthopaedic OR – robots, sensors and data

Mr Ivan Delevic, President, CEO and Co-founder, Orthosensor

2.50 pm

Transparency in healthcare to improve value

Dr Brian Donley, CEO, Cleveland Clinic London

3.10 pm

National Joint Registry and Beyond Compliance – challenges and opportunities in the digital age

Mr Richard Armstrong, Head of Health Solution Strategies, Northgate Public Services

3.30 pm

Beyond Compliance and MyRecovery

Mr Tom Harte, Co-Founder and Director, MyRecovery

3.45 pm

Panel discussion

4.00 pm

Tea and coffee break

MAKO robot demo

4.30 pm

How does passively collected activity data from mobile devices compare with traditional orthopaedic outcome measures?

Dr Jorge Chahla, Rush University Medical Center

4.50 pm

The Cleveland Clinic experience – a mature integrated digital ecosystem

Dr Peter Rasmussen, Medical Director Distance Health, ITD Division, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

5.15 pm

Using smartphones and watches to support clinical care and research in arthritis

Professor Will Dixon, Chair of Digital Epidemiology, University of Manchester and Director, Arthritis Research UK Centre for Epidemiology

5.45 pm

The value of data in practice performance

Dr David Steele, Vice President and Specialist in Performance Analytics and Outcomes, Stryker

6.15 pm

Panel discussion

6.30 pm

Close of meeting

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For information on this event, contact Charlotte FlowerTel: 02072903948 Email: arrow