About this event

  • Date and time Mon 16 Sep 2019 from 10:00am to 5:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine

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Explore how orthopaedic digital technology has the potential to redefine outcomes from surgical procedures, and how big data sets and new technologies can enable these procedures.

Exciting presentations and demonstrations from experts, global institutions and companies on how orthopaedics is undergoing an outcome revolution. Plus Q&A from the audience.

This is the only UK meeting focusing on digital technology in orthopaedic surgery and the application of where industry meets innovation.

You will learn:

  • How robotic arm assisted surgery data is driving data acquisition
  • How sensors play a role in data acquisition
  • Balance the argument of whether big data leads to value in orthopaedic healthcare
  • How do you implement innovation into a team or organisation and how do you decide whether an innovation is worth it
  • How the accuracy of next-generation hip impingement surgery is utilising digital tools
  • The relationship between activity data with traditional outcome data in sports hip surgery and actionable insights
  • How all this data improves the patient experience an episode of care (live demonstration)
  • What's on the horizon for orthopaedic digital technology?

Agenda

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Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome address

Rahul Patel, Consultant Orthopaedic Sports Surgeon University College London Hospitals, President Emeritus RSM Orthopaedic Section

Do we need a next generation of outcome tools to assess the next generation of surgical tools: Examples from robotic arm assisted arthroplasty
Accuracy at any cost? Cost-analysis of robotic arm assisted knee arthroplasty
What does this new technology mean for the NHS?

Mr Mark Brandreth, CEO The Robert Jones Agnes Hunt Hospital, Oswestry

Lunch
Using data and outcomes to deliver quality, effectiveness and patient satisfaction

Dr Jonathan Schaffer, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Managing Director e-Cleveland Clinic USA

The limitations of traditional PROMS in Sports Surgery. Case Study: Quantifying disease progression and recovery through activity data in FAI

Dr Scott Faucett MD,  Orthopaedic Surgeon, The George Washington University, Washington DC

Delivering patient specific care in arthroscopic surgery through surgical planning – HIP MAP

Mr Bill Kaiser, Senior Manager R&D, Sports Medicine, Stryker US

The future of sensor assisted orthopaedics

Ivan Delevic, CEO Orthosenosr Inc.

Tea and coffee
The J Hub Med: Innovating at the pace of relevance in Defence Healthcare

Dr. James Kuht, Royal Air Force / Joint Forces Command

Orthopaedic outcome in the digital age – the Cleveland Clinic experience

Dr Jonathan Schaffer, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Managing Director e-Cleveland Clinic USA

The accurate evaluation of joint kinematics in the real world – no lab required!

Professor David Barrett, Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon, Professor of Orthopaedic Engineering, Southampton University

Panel Q&A

Chair: Mr Keith Tucker, Chairman of Beyond Compliance & ODEP

Speakers: Mr Mark Brandreth, CEO The Robert Jones Agnes Hunt Hospital, Oswestry, Dr Michael Conditt, VP of Clinical Development at OrthoSensor, Inc, Dr Ivan Delevic, CEO Orthosenosr Inc, Dr Jonathan Schaffer, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Managing Director e-Cleveland Clinic USA

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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