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The Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco (DOCSF) was created to bridge the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopaedics and thereby catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care. This podcast series features key speakers and highlights from the live event. Why orthopaedics? We believe that embedding digital technologies in a narrow integrated vertical is more likely to affect change than targeting one-fifth of the U.S. economy. We also believe that if a conferenc ...
 
Members and affiliates of the American Orthopaedic Association (AOA) interview guests to highlight lessons in orthopaedic leadership. Interviews include orthopaedic leaders, faculty and leaders within orthopaedic departments at academic institutions and large practices, health care system leaders, rising leaders, and other medical leaders. Thanks to @iampetermartin for his contribution of introduction and conclusion jazz music.
 
Tune in to the world’s most entertaining podcast, with an informative lighthearted approach to joint, bone and muscle health and any other part of your anatomy that is going to creak.Well we would like to think so!Snap Crackle and Pop is an educational podcast brought to you by www.pinnacleglobalhealth.com. Join us as we interview doctors, physios, chiropractors , osteopaths, pain specialists, personal trainers and alternative health practitioners to learn about their experiences with muscul ...
 
I am an orthopaedic surgeon & the founder of SCOT ,a multi centre Orthopaedic chain providing comprehensive services in the field of Bone , Joint & Spine care in Chennai ,India. A lot of patients who come to us are baffled with what the doctor tells them because of the medical language used which confuses them and complicates things in their mind. The purpose of this podcast is to simplyfy Orthopaedics & speak about the common issues in Ortho in a language that the common man understands. If ...
 
Dr. Sheinkop has pioneered many developments in joint replacement including new prosthetic designs, navigation and minimally invasive surgery during the past 35 years. In early 2008 Dr. Sheinkop accepted Professorial Emeritus status and chose to direct all of his effort to the private practice of joint replacement. While still involved in outcomes research endeavors and international orthopedics, he has undertaken the redesign of the joint replacement delivery system with an emphasis on long ...
 
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Tune in to the world’s most entertaining joint, bone & muscle podcast. Well we would like to think so! Many of us have at some stage in our lives suffered with back pain and generally it has gone away. But for those that are living everyday a life racked in chronic back pain, this is an important episode to listen to that may just help you. Where w…
 
In this episode, Katya Hancock, partner, and director of StartUp Health Network at StartUp Health introduces two of their companies and what they're doing in healthcare. She also shares their moonshots: big health challenges of our time. Victor Wang, CEO of care.coach talks about how his company is solving the caregiver crisis with pet avatars. Nic…
 
In this episode, Louis Rosenberg, CEO of Unanimous AI, illustrates what it means to live in a world of complete virtual and augmented reality: the metaverse. Louis has been working in this field since the late eighties, but technology has only caught up recently to make VR and AR widely accessible and not just something used for education purposes …
 
Tune in to the world’s most entertaining podcast. Well we would like to think so! An informative and lighthearted approach to joint, bone and muscle health and any other part of your anatomy that is going to creak. Snap crackle and pop is an educational podcast brought to you by www.pinnacleglobalhealth.com. Join us as we interview UK's top doctors…
 
In this episode, Shafi Ahmed, Chief Medical Officer, and surgeon at the Royal London Hospital for the NHS, presents what has been the arrival of the metaverse to the healthcare industry. Thanks to 5G and Virtual Reality technology, there are many possibilities and opportunities for healthcare that are starting to pop up. We might be looking at the …
 
In this episode, Alex Flores, Head of Global Health Solutions Vertical, Health, and Life Sciences Organization at Intel Corporation, talks about how the company partners and develops technology to solve some of the industry's most challenging problems. He speaks about what he considers the four technology superpowers and the tech-driven transformat…
 
How can healthcare firms overcome interior barriers? Is value-based care a viable option in Orthopaedics? What changes are required for growth? Can the organization’s management structure effect the success of the firm? Alexander W. Aleem, MD, FAOA, and Charles Goldfarb, MD, FAOA host a special AOA podcast with John Eklund, PhD, MBA, DPhil, Assista…
 
In this episode, Fabrizio Billi, Scientific Director at DOCSF, and Lee Grossman, CEO at OREF, moderate a discussion around six papers on sensors, extended reality, virtual reality, and augmented reality in orthopedics. In the module about sensors, they welcomed Jeffrey Lotz, Vice Chair of Research in Orthopedic Surgery at UCSF, and Cory Calendine, …
 
In this episode, Ivan Poupyrev, Director of Google ATAP, Advanced Technologies and Products Division, Nicholas Gillian, lead machine learning engineer at Google Atap, and Stefano Bini, professor of orthopedic surgery at UCSF, talk about a project they are working on together where they use sensors to improve the ability to collect data from patient…
 
In this episode, John Bass, founder, and CEO of Hashed Health talks about the future of payments in healthcare systems using Web3 technologies. Payments are currently a complicated, costly, and inefficient part of healthcare. The health systems and processes in place were designed for a time that has now passed. Many are migrating from the traditio…
 
Trends and Innovations in Orthopaedics: A CEO’s Perspective Hosts Charles A. Goldfarb, MD, FAOA and Alexander Aleem, MD sit down with Cheryl Blanchard, BS, MS, PhD, president and CEO of Anika Therapeutics, to discuss how the company is driving technological innovations to benefit patients, orthopaedic surgeons, payors, and health care organizations…
 
In this episode, Bobby Samuel, Vice President of Engineering at Anthem AI, talks about the organization's answer to financing the vision of orthopedic digital health through innovation, moving healthcare from reactive to preventative and proactive care. When patients go from one physician to another specialist or hospital, oftentimes, their data mu…
 
In this episode, Daniel Kraft, founder of Exponential Medicine and Digital.Health, and chair of the XPRIZE Pandemic & Health Alliance talks about the internet of medical things and the future of medicine. Daniel reminisces on a TedTalk about medicine’s future and ten years later, he finds that we are in a new age of digitally connected and mobile h…
 
In this episode, Roderick Alemania, co-founder, and CEO of ReadyUp Inc. talks about the evolution of the gaming industry, their community, and what healthcare can take from them. Roderick starts by giving a quick overview of the industry and its evolution. Gaming has become one of the most prominent branches of entertainment media and a massive mar…
 
In this episode, Davide Vigano, co-founder and CEO of Sensoria Health, speaks about the importance of interoperability and personal health data for patient monitoring. He uses the discussion about patients owning their data as a jumping point to discuss data liquidity, collection, and quality. Davide shares lessons from his experience with the Heal…
 
In this episode of DOCSF, we have a chat with Tate Gilchrist about interoperability and data. This timely topic comes in handy because people in the ecosystem are needing to be interconnected with different software that manages health data. Tate has a lot of experience with different EHRs and has an exclusive perspective on the orthopedics side of…
 
In this episode, Unity Stoakes, president and co-founder of Startup Health, talks with three health innovators about the unique moonshot solutions they’re working on, at the 2022 DOCSF Digital Orthopedics Conference. He is joined by Rich Waldron, a physical therapist working at Joint Academy; Tatiana Kanzaveli, founder and CEO of Open Health Networ…
 
Guest host Alexander J. Ghanayem, MD, FAOA interviews Dane Salazar, MD, FAOA, about the benefits of advanced degrees for orthopaedic surgeons. Dr. Salazar is an accomplished shoulder and elbow surgeon at Loyola University in Chicago who recently completed his advanced degree. Salazar notes that surgeons enter the workforce with little formal exposu…
 
In this episode, Kenny O'Neill, partner, and principal of Digital Strategy, Transformation, and Innovation at EY Global, talks about human-centered design, how it then evolves into systems thinking, and its applicability. Kenny starts by talking about his experience as a pilot and the similarities between what he sees in healthcare and a plane cock…
 
In this episode, Fabrizio Billi, Director of Orthopedic Research at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, discusses six papers on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics as part of the 2022 DocSF Digital Orthopedics Conference in a two-part panel with experts in health tech and orthopedics. He is first joined by Peter Schilling, assistant professor of orthopedi…
 
Remember that we mentioned computer vision in the last episode of the Digital Orthopedics Podcast? We are talking a little more in depth about it and its future with Gary Bradski, the Chief Scientific Officer at OpenCV.ai. OpenCV is one of the world’s most visited open libraries, with 200,000 downloads per day on various topics. Even though OpenCV …
 
Welcome back to the Digital Orthopedics Podcast! This time we bring you an episode with Niccolo Stefani from Philips, in which we discuss imaging and AI and how they will affect musculoskeletal care and radiology. Niccolo starts laying the groundwork for what Philips is doing in the space. From insights and trends they have been able to recognize a…
 
How does signaling add value in the application process to both applicants and orthopaedic surgery residency programs? What are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about participation in the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Supplemental ERAS® application for the upcoming 2022-2023 residency recruitment cycle, which inc…
 
On today’s episode of Lessons in Orthopedic Leadership, our hosts Dr. Charles A. Goldfarb, MD, FAOA and Dr. Alexander Aleem, MD interview Dr. Steven Frick. Dr. Frick is the Division Chief of Pediatric Orthopaedics at Stanford University and is the Program Chair for the AOA's 135th Annual Leadership Meeting in Providence this June. Dr. Frick tells u…
 
Welcome back to the Digital Orthopedics Conference in San Francisco! We are joined by Stefano Bini, our partner in crime Shawna Butler, and Professor Fabrizio Billi, who walk through the DocSF22 experience. This time, the event has been redesigned to have three main themes: the future of Orthopedics, the digital transformation journey, and the scie…
 
Join DocSF co-chair Ashley Libby Diaz in this wonderful panel discussion with the best in the industry. We are joined by Dr. Kris Siemionow, the CMO of Surgalign, Dr. Ken Trauner, founder of DocSpera.com, Dr. Rick Angelo, CMO at Kaliber.AI, and Danny Goel, M.D., CEO and co-founder of PrecisionOS, in this great conversation about the OR of the futur…
 
We are joined by Robin Young, the CEO of PearlDiver, on the DocSF Venture virtual stage for this episode. Robin has been in the orthopedics ecosystem for the last 35 years, has a background in Wall Street, is a publisher of the Orthopedics This Week Magazine, and is a renowned writer. He is here on DocSF Venture to help us understand how to read an…
 
On this episode of the AOA Lessons in Orthopaedic leadership, Charles Goldfarb, MD, FAOA and Alexander Aleem, MD speak to Tessa Balach, MD, FAOA and Mary Mulcahey, MD, FAOA. Drs. Balach and Mulcahey will co-chair the CORD Conference on the 25th of March in Chicago and the Summer CORD Conference in Providence, June 17-18, 2022. After a brief introdu…
 
In this episode of the DocSF podcast, you are greeted by Dr. Nancy Lynch, President of Advisorthopædics, as she kicks off the event. We start with a very insightful presentation by Dr. Lynch, in which she presents a lot of data regarding the musculoskeletal digital health space in terms of investment. There is a lot of money flowing into the indust…
 
On this episode of the A0A’s Podcast: Lessons in Orthopaedic Leadership, Drs. Charles Goldfarb and Alexander Aleem are joined by Dr. Douglas Lundy to discuss imposter syndrome, leadership skills, advocacy, and much more. Dr. Lundy shares how he started his leadership journey in the army and what he learned from his trauma fellowship. The three disc…
 
James Herndon, MD, MBA, FAOA shares insights from his newly published title, "Birth of a Specialty: A History of Orthopaedics at Harvard and Its Teaching Hospitals." About Birth of a Specialty: A History of Orthopaedics at Harvard and Its Teaching Hospitals Birth of a Specialty presents a comprehensive history of the specialty focused on US contrib…
 
Laura Forese, MD, MPH, joins the AOA Lessons in Orthopaedic Leadership to discuss what orthopaedic leadership looks like from the C-Suite. Episode Highlights: Personal Leadership Journey: Dr. Forese shares her own road to the C-Suite Building a Team: Having the courage to get it right The Best Fit: Advice for those looking at advanced degrees Spons…
 
AOA's 2021 keynote speaker, author of The Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience and Leadership in the Most Male Dominated Organization in the World, and the founder of The Grit Institute, Shannon Huffman Polson joins AOA hosts Charles A. Goldfarb, MD, FAOA, and Alexander Aleem, MD to discuss grit in leadership. Shannon Huffman Polson shares her experien…
 
In this fifth and final episode of the Enneagram Series; We will discover the last Enneagram triad by the hand of the Trilogy Effect team. Types 5, 6, and 7 are often inclined to pursue a career that involves researching! Drawn to knowledge and with an intense intellectual curiosity, these three types go to analysis and research when they are in fe…
 
In this episode, we cover types 2, 3, and 4, who are always lead by their heart. Leaders identified within these types tend to be more on the human side of things than on the organizational-business side. Type 2 leaders are usually fantastic because they try to take care of everything and everyone, including themselves. Type 3 is focused on externa…
 
In this episode, we will be talking about the impulsive, gut-oriented Enneagram types 1, 8, and 9. These three types are very grounded in their belly center. With the help of the Trilogy Effect team, we dive into how each type works. Having boundaries is an essential part of types 1, 8, and 9. Instinctive center types always look at reality through…
 
Great leaders are those who can use the three centers of intelligence to their advantage. In this episode, we will define the concept of embodiment and its relationship with the Enneagram. There are three intelligence centers in the body: head, heart, and belly. Everyone has an unconscious preference for one of them. Getting to know each of those c…
 
Welcome to the Enneagram series on the Digital Orthopedics Podcast! The Enneagram has been an assessment tool and personality trait assessment for quite some time. In the following five episodes, we will be joined by Wendy Appel. She is an expert on the Enneagram and will be walking us through the Enneagram regarding leadership. Wendy defines what …
 
This is the DOCSF Politics Desk. Like previous years, Dr. Tom Barber is our host for this segment. However, on this occasion, he will be joined by Dr. Doug Lundy and Jordan Vivian to discuss the political situation in the US and how it affects orthopedic surgery. Dr. Lundy is the Advocacy Council chair from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surger…
 
Can you imagine wearing a sensor after surgery and then having an accurate data analysis from your doctor? This is one of the topics we chat about with Dr. Fabrizio Billi. We also have Nick Gillian from Google’s Division of Advanced Technology and Products. Wearable sensors can provide data to understand a patient’s recovery better. But, will we ge…
 
The Voices of DocSF is one of the new segments! 5 different health systems join us to discuss how they have implemented digital solutions. This segment is hosted by Dr. Vonda Wright, Co-President of One RED Arrow BioTech Consulting Group. Guests from HSS, Duke, UCSF, and North Center Orthopedics at Hoag are featured. They all share with us the tech…
 
This is the Covid-19 Orthopedic Update episode! We are joined in the virtual DOCSF stage by Dr. George Rutherford, Dr. Brian Schwartz, Luigi Zagra, and Gianfranco Di Maira. Each of them has a specific discussion topic: epidemiology with Dr. Rutherford; virology with Dr. Schwartz; and Covid in Italy with Dr. Zagra. Dr. Rutherford shares with us the …
 
In this episode, we have a combined Q&A about virtual humans and digital therapeutics. We are joined on the virtual stage by Erica Lloyd from Soul Machines and Jessica Shull from Digital Therapeutics Alliance. Erica shares what she does with Soul Machines, a company dedicated to humanizing AI. With her colleague Shantenu Agarwal, they talk about ch…
 
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