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DOCSF – Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco

Bridging the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopaedics to catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care

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S04:E05 Jim Crutcher

This episode features a conversation with Dr. Jim Crutcher, Dr. Crutcher works at a large orthopaedic hospital in Seattle Washington, one of the hardest hit cities in the United States. In an unprecedented move the hospital has been converted into a covid-19 treatment facility. We will hear what impact this is having on his patients and their ability to access care.Get more content: Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Follow DOCSF on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
March 27, 2020
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S04:E04 Jean Noel Argenson

This episode features a conversation with Jean Noel Argenson, an orthopaedic surgeon working in Marseilles, France. Marseilles is the second largest city in France. France as of the taping of this episode has not been hit as hard as northern Italy. And yet they have already started taking precautionary measures and come up with several excellent ideas for how to not only contain the virus but also help their colleagues in the ICU.Get more content: Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Follow DOCSF on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
March 27, 2020
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S04:E03 Tobias Winkler

This episode features a conversation with Professor Tobias Winkler from the Charite’ hospital in Berlin, Germany. We will hear all about how Berlin and Charite’ hospitals in particular are ramping up capacity to stay ahead of the COVID-19 outbreaks rather than being reactive. It is an intriguing episode. Get more content: Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Follow DOCSF on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
March 26, 2020
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S04:E02 Tom Harte

This episode features a conversation with Tom Harte. Tom is an orthopaedic surgeon who chose to take a break from his training and effectively retire in order to start an outstanding digital health company called MyRecovery.ai. It was one of the first highly effective patient engagement platforms and has excellent traction in both Europe and the US. Tom has insight into what is happening real time in the NHS as well as orthopaedic practices across the EU and the US that use his company’s services. It is with that unique vantage point as a physician and as a digital health entrepreneur that Tom walks us through the impact COVID has had on him, the NHS and practices outside of Great Britain.Get more content: Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Follow DOCSF on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
March 26, 2020
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S4:E01 Luigi Zagra

This episode features a conversation with Dr. Luigi Zagra. As you will hear in his introduction, he is a very well-known orthopaedic surgeon who runs one of the largest orthopaedic hospitals in Europe. Prior to covid-19, they performed over 4,000 orthopaedic procedures a year. Today they perform only emergent surgery and their hospital is primarily used to care for sick patients. On the podcast, I asked him to focus on the impact Covid has had on operations at their hospital and their arthritic patients. Some of these solutions, only 2 weeks ago, seemed unthinkable in a region with arguably one of the most advanced healthcare systems in Europe.Get more content: Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Follow DOCSF on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
March 26, 2020
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S3: Ep03: Robert Cohen, VP of Global R&D, CTO at Stryker Joint Replacement, discusses robots, wearable sensors, and patient outcomes

Our guest: In this episode, we speak with Robert Cohen, VP of Global R&D, Chief Technology Officer at Stryker Joint Replacement. Stryker is one of the world's leading medical technology companies, and is leading the development of new ways to transform and enhance the technology available in musculoskeletal care.   Robert shared some insights on the work Stryker is doing to improve surgical practice as well as capture more and better data about patient outcomes. We dive into the latest information about surgical robots, wearable sensors, and data, and explore the advances that may develop over the next 10 years.   Links and Resources:Robert Cohen on LinkedIn  Stryker on LinkedInStryker Orthopaedics on the WebStryker Mako TechnologyStryker Joint ReplacementSmart Equipment Mgmt (Stryker)HoloLens in Germany (Virtual Surgery Intelligence)Microsoft Health  Website • Twitter Link to Episode 96 with Molly McCarthyThe Venue: This conversation was recorded at DOCSF in January 2020, the weekend before #JPM Week in San Francisco. DOCSF is all about the intersection of digital health and musculoskeletal care. This year, the sessions featured leaders from Microsoft, Google, Mozilla, Amazon and many other amazing organizations, and Dan Kendall interviewed some of the speakers following their sessions on the stage. This special series of episodes features some of the interviews recorded at this annual event. To hear all the sessions on the DOCSF podcast, be sure to subscribe to the DOCSF Podcast here or visit Health Podcast Network. Get more content:Browse episodes on Digital Health Today Browse episodes on the DOCSF PodcastFollow Digital Health Today on Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook and InstagramFollow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram  Digital Health Today is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Thank you toAlmirall Digital GardenBayer G4ACedars-Sinai AcceleratorMedableUniversity of Chicago - Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics
February 11, 2020
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S3: Ep02: Molly McCarthy, Chief Nursing Officer for Microsoft discusses nursing, technology, and the key focus areas at Microsoft

Our guest: In this episode, we hear from Molly K. McCarthy MBA, BSN, RN-BC. Molly is the National Director, US Provider Industry and Chief Nursing Officer for Microsoft. Molly shares her path that led her from from nursing to technology leadership. Molly discusses the use of the HoloLens, education and the 3 key business areas at Microsoft Health, which are: 1) Helping clients migrate to the cloud 2) Helping to empower frontline clinicians 3) Thinking about AI as it applies to further development of precision medicine.Links and Resources: Molly McCarthy on LinkedIn  •  Twitter Smart Equipment Mgmt (Stryker) HoloLens in Germany (Virtual Surgery Intelligence) Microsoft Health  Website •  Twitter The Venue: This conversation was recorded at DOCSF in January 2020, the weekend before #JPM Week in San Francisco. Now in its fourth year, the Digital Orthopedics Conference, San Francisco, is organized by Prof Stefano Bini and Shawna Butler. This year, the sessions featured leaders from Microsoft, Google, Mozilla, Amazon and many other amazing organizations, and Dan Kendall interviewed some of the speakers following their sessions on the stage. This special series of episodes features some of the interviews recorded at this annual event. To hear all the sessions on the DOCSF podcast, be sure to subscribe to the DOCSF Podcast here or visit Health Podcast Network.Get more content: Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook and Instagram Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and InstagramDigital Health Today is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Thank you to Almirall Digital Garden Bayer G4A Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Medable University of Chicago - Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics
February 4, 2020
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S3: #01: From DOCSF/JPM: Daniel Kraft reflects on 2019 and transformative ideas for the decade ahead

The DOCSF meeting is a great way to get geared up before #JPM Week in San Francisco. Now in its fourth year, the Digital Orthopedics Conference, San Francisco, is organized by Prof Stefano Bini and Shawna Butler. This year, the sessions featured leaders from Microsoft, Google, Mozilla, AmazonCare and many other amazing organizations. Dan Kendall, host of the Digital Health Today podcast, interviewed some of the speakers following their sessions on the stage. This special series of episodes features some of the interviews recorded at this annual event. To hear all the sessions on the DOCSF podcast, be sure to subscribe to the DOCSF Podcast here.Our guest: In this episode, Dan Kendall spoke with Dr. Daniel Kraft. Dr. Kraft is a Stanford and Harvard trained physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, and innovator. With over 25 years of experience in clinical practice, biomedical research and healthcare innovation, Kraft has chaired the Medicine for Singularity University since its inception in 2008. He is also founder and chair of Exponential Medicine (next being held November 9-12, 2020), a program that explores convergent, rapidly developing technologies and their potential in biomedicine and healthcare. Links and Resources: Daniel Kraft on LinkedIn  •  Personal Website  •  NEW! Digital.Health Website Exponential Medicine  Website •  Twitter Get more content: Browse episodes on the DOCSF Podcast Browse episodes on Digital Health Today  Follow DOCSF on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Follow Digital Health Today on Twitter Follow the Health Podcast Network on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram
January 28, 2020
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S2: E07: The DOCSF Politics Desk

On this podcast we dive into policy and its impact on healthcare. We were very fortunate to have Dr. Tom Barber from UCSF leading the panel. Tom was the chair of the Council for Advocacy for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and his experience roaming the halls of congress coupled to his personal interest in health care policy made him a perfect person to bring our audience up to date with policy issues relevant to health care. Let’s join Tom as he introduces his panel of experts on the stage at DOCSF 2019, namely Catherine Boudreaux Hays from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dale C. Van Demark from McDermott Will & Emory law firm in Washington D.C. , and Mahek Shah from Harvard Business School.

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June 25, 2019
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S2: E07: The DOCSF Politics Desk

On this podcast we dive into policy and its impact on healthcare. We were very fortunate to have Dr. Tom Barber from UCSF leading the panel. Tom was the chair of the Council for Advocacy for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and his experience roaming the halls of congress coupled to his personal interest in health care policy made him a perfect person to bring our audience up to date with policy issues relevant to health care. Let’s join Tom as he introduces his panel of experts on the stage at DOCSF 2019, namely Catherine Boudreaux Hays from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dale C. Van Demark from McDermott Will & Emory law firm in Washington D.C. , and Mahek Shah from Harvard Business School. --- Learn more about the DOCSF conference by visiting docsf.health ---
June 25, 2019
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S2: E06: Getting down to business with sensors

Today, we will take a deep dive into one company that has build a sensor with a very specific goal and taken it to market. We pick up the story with Dr. Peter Schilling and his amazing panel of experts in one of the breakout rooms at DOCSF 2019 as they introduce the team from Orthosensor.

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June 18, 2019
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S2: E05: The Rise of Sensors

The use of sensors in healthcare and in particular in Orthopedics is very hot which is why the second of our Focus Lectures is dedicated to sensors. In this next segment we asked Duncan Bradley, Dr. Ashish Atreja and Dan Kendall.  Duncan Bradley, from McLaren, the automotive company, discusses how sensors revolutionized his industry, starting with F1 cars. It is an instructive story for technology changed the game for an entire industry. Dr. Ashish Atreja, the CIO at MountSinai, shares his vision of how sensor data will impact the delivery of care. This session is moderated by Dan Kendall, the host and founder of Digital Health Today, the leading digital health podcast.

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June 11, 2019
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S2: E04: DOCSF Quicktakes

Today on our fourth podcast, we will join our friend, the incomparable Matthew Holt who co-founded the conference Health 2.0, as he interviews three guests: Dr. Sharat Kusuma, Arie Meir, and Dr. Daniel Kraft. Dr. Kusuma is an orthopaedic surgeon who spearheaded the Apple Watch partnership with Zimmer/Biomet to use sensors to track patient recovery. Arie Meir from Google Cloud Services shares how Google is building a cloud services ecosystem for healthcare. Dr. Daniel Kraft the founder and chair of Exponential Medicine speaks about the Internet of Orthopedic Things

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June 4, 2019
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S2: E03 Blockchain in Healthcare

Join our audience as we take a deep dive into Blockchain and how it will impact healthcare with the amazing and inspirational Sam DeBrouwer, CEO of DOC.ai. Like 5G and artificial intelligence, there is a lot of hype around blockchain. Sam will tell you why, in fact , that hype may be justified. Let’s return to the stage of DOCSF2019 where Rajit Kamal a leader in innovation at JNJ introduces  Sam De Brouwer.
May 28, 2019
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S2: E02: Getting Down to Business with Robots

Having set the stage for what robots can do for us in healthcare in the previous episode, we are now going to jump in to one of the break out rooms at DOCSF 2019 where UCSF’s Dr. Aenor Sawyer moderated a session with Aethon, a robotics company from Pittsburgh that has deployed hundreds of automated hospital roaming robots called TUGs all over the country to transport everything from food trays to medications in a completely automated fashion.


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May 21, 2019
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S2: E01: The Rise of the Robots

The speakers in this episode are Dr. Scott Hammond, Dr. Manish Kothari, and Dr. Rasu Shrestha. 

Dr. Hammond is a Neurosurgeon with extraordinary experience in System biology and Robotics who at the time was associated with the Smarter Health team at UCSF.  He is followed by Dr. Manish Kothari, the famed President of the Stanford Research Institute who has launched many health related startup and done a great deal of work on exoskeletons.

This session is moderated by Dr. Rasu Shrestha currently the Chief Strategy Officer at Atrium Health and a legendary innovator when previously at UPMC in Pittsburgh as their CIO. You’re in for a treat!

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April 30, 2019
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S1: E6: Fireside Chat: A conversation focusing on musculoskeletal applications

This fireside chat with industry leaders, and a preview into one of the key focus areas of the 2019 DOCSF event: robotics.

This panel includes:
- David Jacofsky, MD, Chairman and CEO, The CORE Institute/HOPCo
- Joe Lynch, Vice President, Marketing, Omnicell, Inc.
- Mohan Nair, Cambria Health
- Manish Kothari, President, SRI Ventures

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December 30, 2018
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S1: E5: AI and cognitive support and how it will change everything

Presented by Kyu Rhee, MD, VP & Chief Health Officer, IBM Watson Health and Ralph Gonzalez, MD, MSPH, Associate Dean for Clinical Innovation and Chief Innovation Officer for UCSF Health.

Dr. Rhee shares the potential of Augmented Intelligence in supporting healthcare professionals, and explains the three key principles for the AI Era. 


Dr. Gonzalez gives additional perspectives on how AI will help earlier decisions and gain better visibility before, during and after orthopaedic interventions.


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December 23, 2018
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S1: E4: Unlocking Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in Surgery

Dr. Shafi Ahmed, Co-Founder of Medical Realities, shares his experience bringing AR and VR solutions to the surgical setting, and how these technologies can be applied beyond the operating room and into other areas of healthcare.

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December 16, 2018
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S1: E3: Setting the sites on musculoskeletal “moonshots”

Dr. Vail explains the role of the orthopaedic department at UCSF in supporting a digital health and technology conference.  About 75% of the adult population over age 65 are affected by musculoskeletal conditions, and their needs are not getting met due to problems with cost, access and variability in the quality of care.  There's room for improvement, and Dr. Vail explains how new and innovative digital health solutions can deliver benefits in orthopedics.

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December 9, 2018
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S1: E2: How wearable sensors turned Under Armour into a data company

In this key note from the 2018 Digital Orthopaedics Conference, Topher Gaylord shares how Under Armour is unlocking the potential of athletes with products, technology and data.   They are unlocking the experience for consumers to allow them to reach their highest potential and train in a safe and effective way.

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December 3, 2018
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S1: E1: Introducing Digital Orthopaedics and DOCSF

Dr. Stefano Bini shares the DOCSF mission to create an alliance of innovators and health care leaders to implement digital health solutions in musculoskeletal care.  The goal is to create meaningful and measurable improvements in quality, cost, and access in musculoskeletal verticals.

Dr. Bini explains how leaders are creating a movement that uses digital health solutions to deliver lower cost, higher quality, and better access within musculoskeletal care.

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November 25, 2018
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Coming Soon: DOCSF

The mission of the Digital Orthopaedic Conference San Francisco (DOCSF) is to unite innovators and health care leaders to adopt and integrate digital health solutions in musculoskeletal care. From the producers of the Health Podcast Network, the DOCSF Podcast delivers key sessions and speakers from the conference.

Subscribe, tune in and join a network of leaders who are driving change and improvement to the health care delivery model.

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November 18, 2018
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About DOCSF – Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco

The Digital Orthopedics Conference San Francisco was created to bridge the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopaedics and thereby catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care. It is led by Dr. Stefano Bini from the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

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Prof. Stefano Bini

Prof. Stefano Bini

Dr. Bini is a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery specializing in hip and knee replacement and the Founder and Chair of the Digital Orthopaedics Conference, San Francisco (DOCSF). He consults for start ups and multinational organizations and has authored a book on change management. Dr. Bini's appointment is with the department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), ranked in the top 6 departments in the US. Current research interests include quantifying the impact of digital health on orthopedic care delivery, change management strategies in health care, and improving the results of total joint surgery by helping to challenge long held assumptions in surgical techniques. Stefano also serves on committees for national orthopedic organizations (AAHKS, AAOS), is an Associate Editor for Arthroplasty Today, and has delivered over 100 lectures nationally and internationally on both clinical and digital orthopedics.

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