Rafael Grossmann - Los avances tecnológicos aplicados a la medicina
PENSANDO EN VOZ ALTA
Llevo dias pensando si como humanidad estamos utilizando a su máximo potencial los avances tecnológicos que hemos conquistado, como la inteligencia artificial, el análisis de big data y otras tecnologías disruptivas para afrontar de una manera más eficiente y más "inteligente" la situación desatada por la pandemia del COVID 19. Por eso he invitado al Doctor Rafael Grossmann, cirujano, educador y futurista de la medicina, conferencista y profesor del Singularity University Exponential Medicine Program. Además de su formación en medicina y cirugía de trauma, tiene estudios en MIT sobre inteligencia artificial. A lo largo de su carrera, se ha enfocado en poder capturar la coexistencia paradójica de la tecnología y una medicina más humana y de mayor calidad. Ha compartido sus ideas en foros como TED, Games for Health, Doctors 2.0 y Health2,0 Europe. Apasionado de las matemáticas y la estadística, Rafael trae a la conversación todos los elementos para ilustrarnos como podemos y debemos usar la tecnología en esta era del COVID19.
Episodio 6: La medicina del futuro con el Dr. Rafael Grossmann, el primer doctor en usar Google Glass en una cirugía
De Médico a Empresario by PEGASI
En esta oportunidad, tuvimos el honor de conversar con el Doctor Rafael Grossmann, médico formado en la Universidad Central de Venezuela actualmente radicado en Estados Unidos, en donde realizó estudios de cirugía. Desde muy joven, entendió la importancia del uso de la tecnología disponible para mejorar su práctica profesional de manera inteligente. Así ha logrado solucionar los problemas de educación y provisión de Salud. Se define como un cirujano enfocado y apasionado en la convergencia de la salud con la tecnología; ha sido invitado como speaker en los TEDx para tratar temas de innovación. Ha realizado programas y cursos en el Instituto de tecnología de Massachusetts (MIT) acerca de internet de las cosas, transformación digital, inteligencia artificial, y estrategias para el aprendizaje digital. Recientemente fue el tema central de la revista Salud Digital Latinoamericana en su edición N° 7 de 2020 y aquí tuvimos el placer de conversar con él sobre la medicina del futuro, algo más presente que nunca.
Episode 8: Conversation with the Google Glass Explorer, Dr Rafael Grossmann, Maine,USA
Surgeons In 3D Printing
Dr Rafael J. Grossmann is an Internationally recognised trauma surgeon deeply interested in the convergence of healthcare , education and global health innovation.He performed the first ever google glass enabled surgery on 30th June, 2013. Subscribe Apple I Google I Amazon Music I Spotify I Gaana Resources: Click on this link to get a step-by-step framework of implementing 3D Technology to your practices. https://forms.aweber.com/form/71/1638467471.htm Visit the website: www.surgeonsin3dprinting.com. Sponsors: Reconstructive Healthcare Solutions Private Ltd. Take the first step to your 3D Printing Journey.
Rafael Grossmann (medicine/health care & technology)
Maine Science Podcast
Rafael Grossmann is a surgeon who focuses on the convergence of technology & healthcare. Rafael uses mixed reality platforms to teach students, and has long been an advocate for using technology in health - with just one example being telehealth.Rafael presented at the MSF Showcase Event 5 Minute Genius in 2019. You can see his video at the MSF YouTube channel. Connect with Rafael on LinkedIn, via his website (https://www.rafaelgrossmann.com/), or on Twitter (@ZGJR) ~~~~~~~The Maine Science Podcast is a production of the Maine Science Festival. It was recorded at Discovery Studios, at the Maine Discovery Museum, in Bangor, ME. Edited and produced by Kate Dickerson; production support by Maranda Bouchard. The Discover Maine theme was composed and performed by Nick Parker. Support provided by Maine Technology Institute. Find us online:Website - Maine Science FestivalMaine Science Festival on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagramMaine Science Podcast on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagramcontact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
EP 38: Rural Internship in the Amazon, It's All About Helping Someone, Why Are We Not Using The Tools That We Have, ft Rafael Grossmann
White Label American
Dr. Rafael Grossmann is an explorer, a discoverer of new things, a disruptor in the medical space, and a big believer in technology. Rafael is also the first surgeon to perform a surgery wearing a Google glass. Rafa takes us through his beginnings, his first surgery, why there's hope even in the face of automation. Rafael addresses why being a disruptor does not have to be negative and is essential when it comes to life. He also touches on indigenous people and technology, a critical point. Technology is a tool that's more helpful than harmful. It's up to how we apply its use; that's the problem. Healthcare should focus more on preventive than cure while embracing technology Be sure to check out Rafael's Tedx talks and articles on his website while following his social media for more gems@ZGJRRafaelGrossmann.com http://youtu.be/fo3RsealvGI http://youtu.be/DVzkw7y4_u4 http://youtu.be/_9QW5jhuPKI http://youtu.be/k_d0vfgBYm4
F032 Tech advancements in surgery, VR and the healthcare crisis in Venezuela (Rafael Grossmann)
Faces of Digital Health
Every person is unique and we all differ in our looks, but have you ever wondered, how much do people differ on the inside? This is something surgeons are most familiar with. Rafael Grossmann is known in the digital health community as the VR surgeon. Originally from Venezuela, Rafael has been practicing medicine for a few decades in the US by now. In this episode he talks about technological advancements in surgery - from minimally invasive surgery to robotic-assisted surgery -, followed by his passion towards digital technologies, telemedicine, and VR and in the end comments the national crisis currently happening in Venezuela, and its effects on healthcare.
S5: #049: Rafael Grossmann on Using AR/VR to Take Education to the Next Level
Digital Health Today 360 with Dan Kendall
In this episode we talk about healthcare solutions using augmented reality and virtual reality. It wasn’t that long ago that holograms and immersive environments were only found in Hollywood science fiction, but the technology is now finding its way into everything from video games and movie theaters to operating rooms and in-patient wards.As the cost of hardware and software drops and handset capabilities increase, many companies are developing creative solutions to address problems in healthcare. Products like Oculus Rift and Microsoft Hololens have set a high standard, and the industry just got a further push by Apple’s recently launched ARKit.Here to tell us about it is Dr Rafael Grossmann, he is a general, trauma, advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgeon practicing in Maine, USA. Rafael has been working to advance the use of AR/VR/Mixed R technology and advises companies in this space. In addition to his full time role as a practicing surgeon, Rafael is also an alumnus of Singularity university and faculty of Exponential Medicine. He tells us about some of the great work being done to develop solutions using tools like ARKit and the Hololens platform.Today's Topics: How Rafael's career was transformed through exponential thinking How the first surgery was performed using Google Glass in 2013 How AR Kit is creating new opportunities in patient education Two interesting companies and their solutions leveraging AR and VR Links and Resources Mentioned: Rafael Grossmann on Twitter Rafael Grossmann on LinkedIn Rafael Grossmann's Website John Nosta of Nosta Labs Anima Res – specialist in 3D medical animations and interactive Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality and Virtual Reality applications with a particular focus on the pharmaceutical, medical and biotechnological sectors. Insight-Heart on the Web Download Insight-Heart on iTunes Download Insight-Heart for Microsoft Hololens Medivis – an augmented reality medical company with the mission to transform medical visualization through proprietary holographic rendering. Oculus Rift Website Check out Oculus Rift on Amazon* Apple's ARKit Developer Resources Microsoft's Hololens Developer Resources Digital Health Events Join Digital Health Today Videos:Insight Heart - Expotential Medicine 2017Insight Heart - ARKitOK Glass - disrupt healthcare: Rafael Grossmann at TEDxDirigoAVVR & Visioning The Future Of Medical Education | Rafael Grossmann & Shafi AhmedRafael Grossmann at TEDxBermuda 2013Microsoft HoloLens: Partners make it real
#xMed 2017: Meet #DigitalHealth Pioneer & General Surgeon Rafael Grossmann MD
It's about the triple aim!
November 4th - 7th 2017 the global community of innovators in medicine convened at the beautiful Hotel Del Coronado to share insights on topics ranging from blockchain applications in medicine and health services generally to robotics to the use of artificial (or 'augmented') intelligence and beyond.Moderated by the talented and boundlessly energetic Daniel Kraft, MD (follow @daniel_kraft) some refer to this annual pilgrimage as the 'burning man' equivalent for passionate innovators in the medical, healthtech, medical device, precision medicine and emerging 'omics' space.The faculty and schedule of events us available here, a conference mashup, here. For true addicts of the innovation impulse, prior talks are available here.This year Health Innovation Media's focus was on quality and depth of interviews vs. the prior years' focus on quantity of conversations logged.In this interview I chat with digital health pioneer and General Surgeon Rafael Grossmann MD (follow @ZGJR). Dr. Grossmann pioneered the clinical utility of Google Glass into the operating room and recently claimed: 'Glass Is Back And Google Has Big Plans In Health'. Enjoy!