[WEBINAR] Operating room of the future: Robotics

Imagine a future where surgical robots have become small and affordable enough to be found even in non-specialized hospitals and outpatient clinics outside of a major metropolis...

Imagine a time when these robots can be put onto “auto-drive” mode to complete certain parts of an operation faster and more accurately than humans…

Imagine a world where a specialist can conduct operations in several cities and in multiple countries – all in a day’s work and from one centralized location…

Join us for a complimentary webinar to hear Ipsos’ Medical Devices & Diagnostics experts explore fresh insights on the possibilities and potential of robotics’ role in the operating room of the future. Topics will include:

  • Understanding the landscape – What are the key trends? What indications and geographies are robotics used in? Who are the main players and what is their reputation?
  • Measuring the impacts – What are the drivers to uptake of robotics? What are the meaningful and measurable impacts?
  • Overcoming the barriers – What causes hesitation to adopt robotic surgery? What solutions would best address these?
  • Imagining the future – What trends are most likely to happen and which are expected to be most impactful? What are the impacts of COVID-19?

Let us help you prepare for the future of robotics in the operating room.

Ipsos’ Medical Devices & Diagnostics team has conducted recent research in this area, including KOL interviews with 10 leading robotic surgeons around the globe, as well as collected quantitative data from 243 surgeons across USA and Europe. We have assessed their take on what has worked well, where improvements are needed and what the future will hold for robotic surgery.

Register today. If you can’t attend live, please register to receive the recording.

While you wait for our July webinar, we encourage you to explore some highlights in our related white paper!

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Speakers :

  • Chareen Lim, Vice President, US, Healthcare

  • Nisha Gohil , (UK)

  • Hannah Osborn , Research Director, MD&D, Singapore

  • Christophe Homer, (UK)