Symposium Highlights

The Benefits of a Digital O.R. in Daily Practice

Digitization in hospitals is a topic of growing importance, especially in the O.R. In this session, we will bring together different perspectives from around the world to share the advantages of having a digital O.R. and how it has changed the clinical workflow.

Xavier Escayola, PhD, Bioengineering Department Head, Hospital de Sant Joan de Déu
Albert Busch, MD, Vascular Surgeon, Klinikum rechts der Isar
Daniel Köbsch, O.R. Nurse, Universitätsklinikum Dresden

Building a Digital O.R. Roundtable Discussion

Creating the perfect operating room with the latest technology that suits the needs of different departments is a complex task. During our discussion, you’ll hear the opinions and experiences of various key roles involved in the process of building a new O.R.—from surgeons to project managers to industry experts.

Stefan Mattheis, MD, MHBA ENT Surgeon, Hospital University Essen
Marcello Bonfim, Manager Clinical Engineering, Hospital Sirio Libanes
Thomas Fritsch, CEO, HT Group GmbH
David Krusch, MD, IT Vice President, Rochester General Hospital
Philipp Wolf, Director Digital O.R. EMEA, Brainlab

Talking Innovation – Today’s technology and what’s coming in the future

Technology continues to rapidly evolve. With this, we ask: How is today’s technology impacting healthcare? And how do we see innovation shaping its future? Join our speakers as they share not only their answers to these questions, but their expectations for future innovations.

Simon Enzinger, MD, DMD, CMF Surgeon, Landeskrankenhaus Salzburg
Woosik Chung, MD, Spine Surgeon, Presbyterian St. Luke’s
Jennifer Esposito, Vice President, Health, Magic Leap
Auke Meppelink, Director Digital Health Technologies, Brainlab

Video Highlights

Mixed Reality: Interact as never before

See for yourself how the Mixed Reality Viewer is deepening perspectives to help surgeons, medical students and patients thrive.

Remote Support: The Benefit for Daily Clinical Routines

Watch this interview with Patricia Sanchis, Manager Digital Services, and Ronen Kaiserman, Application Consultant, to learn how this important topic has evolved in recent times.

Technology benefiting patient safety

During this presentation from Jessica Piro Cordeiro, Chief Nurse at Hospital Vila Nova Star, you will see how a digital surgical workflow benefits and improves patient safety. Presentation will be held in Portuguese with English subtitles.

The Digital O.R. Workflow

Learn the benefits of digitalizing your surgical workflow with our Product Manager Berit Reiter.

Project Consultants: Bringing your O.R. to Life

Watch this interview with Lena Karsenty, Project Consultant, to see why expert advice and guidance is key to building your dream O.R..

About Brainlab

“We’re happy for the chance to engage with you virtually and look forward to when we can meet in person again soon.”

Stefan Vilsmeier, President & CEO, Brainlab AG

Brainlab, headquartered in Munich, develops, manufactures and markets software-driven medical technology, enabling access to advanced, less invasive patient treatments.

Core products center on information-guided surgery, radiosurgery, precision radiation therapy, digital operating room integration, and information and knowledge exchange. Brainlab technology powers treatments in radiosurgery and radiotherapy as well as numerous surgical fields including neurosurgery, ENT, CMF, spine and trauma.

1500 people

20 offices

5600 hospitals

116 countries

Privately held since its formation in Munich, Germany in 1989, Brainlab has approximately 13300 systems installed in 116 countries. Brainlab employs about 1500 people in 20 offices worldwide, including around 430 Research & Development engineers, who form a crucial part of the product development team.