Reimagining healthcare through personalized treatment

Healthcare Track
 

3D technology is already helping to tackle some of the growing complexities and challenges in healthcare, which in turn go hand-in-hand for a more sustainable future. Patient-specific technology is already enabling greater efficiencies across the healthcare value chain from R&D to the OR, and driving better patient outcomes focused on “getting it right the first time” through a higher level of personalization and predictability. In order to make this a reality, together as an industry we will need more consistent and comprehensive regulation that support meaningful innovations in Medical Technology.

For two days, explore these important topics with us and industry leaders so that we can work together towards a more sustainable tomorrow.

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Efficiency through Sustainable Innovation
In striving to achieve a sustainable future, we need to realize greater efficiency across the healthcare ecosystem to result in improved performance of resources and more successful patient outcomes. This track examines how 3D printing is driving productivity in the OR, how the acceleration of R&D promotes better performing devices, and ways that we are bringing down the costs of 3D printing as a whole.

Impactful Healthcare that Changes Lives 
Patient impact is the stimulus for industry innovation. Why not look to personalized healthcare solutions to get things right the first time and improve patient experiences and outcomes? This track takes a closer look at the impact that 3D technology has on patient care, the sustainable role of personalized healthcare, and the hard data to back up the clinical perspectives.

Regulatory Compliance for People, Planet, and Profit 
Clear framework in regulation is needed to facilitate progress and patient safety. Remaining sustainable, compliant, and operational is the goal. Regulatory considerations when it comes to AI in healthcare, 3D printing at point of care, and how the EU-MDR regulation is affecting personalized medical devices are all topics covered in this track. 

Staying Ahead with Industry Disruptors Forging a Better World
Medical innovation in 3D technology is already helping to tackle some of the growing complexities and challenges in healthcare. Discover how it can propel breakthroughs in sustainability with surgical planning, medical device design, the future of bio-printing, and bio-resorbables, and if augmented reality can really make a significant impact on improving patient care.

9:00 Registration & Coffee
10:00 Keynote speakers
12:30 Networking lunch with product stage presentations
14:15 Keynote Medical Session
Improving patient care through 3D printing technology
14:35 How we will drastically bring down the cost of 3D printing: printers, materials and software
Bart Van der Schueren, Executive Vice President | Materialise
 Efficiency through Sustainable Innovation
14:50 3D printing is accelerating R&D and leading to better performing devices
 Efficiency through Sustainable Innovation
15:05 Get it right the first time (GIRFT). What’s the role of personalized medical devices?
Professor Tim Briggs | CBE
 Efficiency through Sustainable Innovation
15:20 Panel Discussion
Personalized medical devices: viable for the unlucky few or will they go mainstream?
15:45 Coffee break
16:30 How 3D printing is driving efficiency in the OR.
16:50 Clinical application of 3D models and computational fluid dynamics for preoperative planning in pediatric cardiac surgery
David Hoganson, Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon | Boston Children's Hospital
 Impactful Healthcare that Changes Lives 
17:00 The hard data to back up the clinical perspective in CMF
Assistant Professor Thomas Schouman | APHP
 Impactful Healthcare that Changes Lives 
17:10 in Orthopedics
 Impactful Healthcare that Changes Lives 
17:20 Impact of Point-Of-Care 3D printing lab in a hospital in a resource-limited country environment            
Professor Mahesh Kappanayil | Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre
 Impactful Healthcare that Changes Lives 
17:30 Panel Discussion
How to gather clinical evidence to have an impact for a broader ecosystem?
18:00 Networking Dinner and Mimics Innovation Award Ceremony
8:00 Registration & Coffee
8:30 The impact of 3D printing at the point of care
8:50 How AI is improving surgical planning
9:10 TBD
9:30 Feasibility Study: Is data having a positive influence on patient outcomes?
9:50 How 3D printing at the point-of-care is regulated. Different models for different set ups.
 Regulatory Compliance for People, Planet, and Profit 
10:10 Regulatory considerations for AI in healthcare: opportunities and challenges
Mr. Koen Cobbaert | COCIR - Chair Software Focus Group
 Regulatory Compliance for People, Planet, and Profit 
10:30 Coffee break
11:15 EU-MDR regulation: The impact on personalized medical devices
 Regulatory Compliance for People, Planet, and Profit 
11:35 Panel Discussion
3D printing in hospitals: How far will we go? From anatomical models to personalized implants
 Regulatory Compliance for People, Planet, and Profit 
12:05 Computational modelling in medical device design
 Staying Ahead with Industry Disruptors Forging a Better World
12:25 Disruption through 3D printing technology
 Staying Ahead with Industry Disruptors Forging a Better World
12:45 Networking lunch with product stage presentations
14:00 Mitral Valve therapies: Journey from research to clinical success
 Staying Ahead with Industry Disruptors Forging a Better World
14:20 Will Augmented Reality (AR) have a significant impact on improving patient care?
 Staying Ahead with Industry Disruptors Forging a Better World
14:40 The future of bio-printing and bio-resorbables
Professor Liesbet Geris | KU Leuven & University of Liège
 Staying Ahead with Industry Disruptors Forging a Better World
15:00 Q&A session
15:10 Closing
Mass personalization through 3D technology is contributing towards a sustainable future in healthcare
15:30 Coffee break