"Our challenges may be complex, but our goal is simple: to unite leaders in technology with innovators in orthopaedics."
"Healthcare tech meets orthopaedic surgeons -- fast paced discussion about creating value for all stakeholders in rapidly changing market."
“Inspiring and well run event. Speakers were fantastic!”
"Will become a must attend event pre-JPM Conference. Top speakers, conversations and networking leading the Digital Orthopedics revolution."
"One of the best conferences to date. Especially appreciate practical and usable info from boots on the ground presenters and participants."

Bridging: Technology + Orthopaedics

DOCSF was created to bridge the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopedics and thereby catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care.

Why orthopedics? 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 conference is to move the ball forward, it needs to target leaders who are positioned to drive change.

These leaders want a conference that is practical, identifies solutions to real problems, and that provides perspective from people outside their normal circle. To this end we invite Health Care, Industry, Finance, Entrepreneurs and Payers to participate.

The DOCSF program design uses many educational formats including ‘case studies’ to illustrate success and a broad panel of experts to ask tough questions.

And lastly, because change does not happen in a vacuum, we include leadership, policy and design segments in the program. Put it all together and you see that DOCSF is a truly unique event, which is why we stream it live.

 

Our challenges may be complex, but our goal is simple: to unite leaders in technology with innovators in orthopaedics. In doing so, we will be able bridge the gap between concept and reality and ultimately improve the lives of our patients.

Stefano Bini, MD

Clinical Professor, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery