Be part on our journey through the digitalization and get a glimpse into the future of regenerative dentistry.

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019

Time: 7.30pm - 10.30pm

Venue: Venue Six10, 610 S.Michigan Avenue, Chicago

Please note: This event is exclusively for dental healthcare professionals. Attendance at this unique event is limited and will be on a first come, first served basis.

Registration is closed now. Admission withhout pre-registration is possible if there is still place left.

Programme

7.30 pm    Door Opening
8.00 pm    Welcome by William Giannobile (President Osteology Foundation) and Pamela K. McClain (Board Member)
8.05 pm   Talk by Dr Rafael Grossmann - Healthcare Futurist, Technology Innovator, Surgeon & Educator
8.15 pm  

Networking, Buffet & Drinks

10.30 pm  

End

 

About Dr. Rafael Grossmann

"Technology is just an asset to the basic and most important qualities of a medical provider, compassion and empathy"

Throughout his career, Dr. Grossmann has focused on tapping the paradoxical power of technology to coexist with a better, more humane medical care. As a healthcare futurist, being a full-time practicing surgeon gives him the rare skills, qualities and advantages to combine and enhance both his passions.

He is one of the earliest Google Glass explorers and in June 20th, 2013, was the first doctor to ever use Google Glass during live surgery (Currently focusing Spatial Computing, on MagicLeap and Hololens applications in Healthcare & Education)

Being a telemedicine, Global Health and Digital Medicine advocate, Dr. Grossmann is a strong believer in the power of technology to augment healthcare and education, to better connect providers and patients.

He is convinced that innovation in healthcare technology, along with the current developments in Mobile and Wearable platforms, Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, along with AI, Deep Learning, Blockchain, Nanotechnology, 3D printing and Robotics will exponentially improve healthcare connectivity, communication and data management, and result in more efficient, intuitive, less expensive and ultimately better and more empathic patient care and Medical Education, as well as improved Global Access to Healthcare.