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How Digital Health and Enabling Technology Advancements are Changing the Face of Minimally Invasive Surgery

Emir Osmanagic  (Director of Visualization Technologies - Digital Surgery, Ethicon Endosurgery, a Johnson & Johnson Company)

Location: Biomed Room 1

Date: Wednesday, September 16

Time: 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm

Track: Track A: Exploring Technologies Supporting the Digital Health Revolution

Vault Recording: TBD

While ORs are one of the most critical areas of a hospital, historically they have had a very low degree of technological savvy. In the last decade, there has been a significant transition thanks to technology adoption, giving way to digital surgery. This presentation will examine the key technologies in minimally invasive surgery, from the surgical robotics, to real-time imaging and AI driven devices that are transforming the way surgeons operate and ultimately the results that they are able to achieve. Topics will include:

  • Addressing the risks and rewards of robotic-assisted surgeries
  • Will real-time imaging be the game changer for surgeons?
  • Can digitization of surgery enable (semi)-autonomous surgical robotics?
  • The potential of predictive modeling and artificial intelligence (AI) in surgery