Monday 17 September 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
4 CPD Points
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.
Unfortunately this event has sold out online and for on the day bookings, but you can still live stream the meeting.
Live streaming allows delegates to connect, watch and listen to every lecture from anywhere!
All you will need is a good internet connection and your ready!
RSM member: £10
If you would like to purchase the live stream facility, please click on the 'view rates' section on this page and choose the appropriate rate. We look forward to connecting with you.
We are grateful to Arthrex Inc and Stryker UK Ltd for supporting this meeting.
We would like to thank our exhibitor myrecovery.
Please note that none of the companies listed have had any influence or involvement over the agenda, content or organisation of this meeting.
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Mr Rahul Patel, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University College London Hospitals
The digital health revolution: It’s not an optimization play, it’s a fundamental restructuring of an industry
Dr Stefano Bini, Professor of Clinical Orthopaedics, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Quantification of the orthopaedic OR – robots, sensors and data
Mr Michael Conditt, Vice President of Clinical Development, OrthoSensor
Transparency in healthcare to improve value
Dr Brian Donley, CEO, Cleveland Clinic London
National Joint Registry and Beyond Compliance – challenges and opportunities in the digital age
Mr Richard Armstrong, Head of Health Solution Strategies, Northgate Public Services
Beyond Compliance and myrecovery
Mr Tom Harte, Co-Founder and Director, myrecovery
Tea and coffee break
MAKO robot demo
How does passively collected activity data from mobile devices compare with traditional orthopaedic outcome measures?
Dr Jorge Chahla, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA
The Cleveland Clinic experience – a mature integrated digital ecosystem
Dr Peter Rasmussen, Medical Director, Digital Health, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA
Using smartphones and watches to support clinical care and research in arthritis
Professor Will Dixon, Professor of Digital Epidemiology, University of Manchester
The value of data in practice performance
Dr David Steele, Vice President and Specialist in Performance Analytics and Outcomes, Stryker UK Ltd
Close of meeting
Orthopaedics Section AGM
Section members only