It was great! 18 viewers and 56 comments! Watch, learn & enjoy! (more details after the embedded Youtube archive of the Firetalk, tho here is original link https://firetalk.com/events/BkEvXDesW)
#3Dprinting in Healthcare! @Brouwers_3D @wareFLO: 3rd Annual #NHITweek #Firetalk
Hosted By: Charles Webster MD ⎌ Tuesday, October 03, 2017, 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
10:00AM EST on Tuesday, Oct. 3rd, during National Health IT Week (http://www.healthitweek.org) I’m excited to speak with Lars Brouwers, MD, MS (almost PhD!) about 3D-printing in healthcare. I hope you’ll join our Firetalk, make comments, ask questions, and even take a video seat! (I’ll publish your best segments as mini Youtube videos, and tweet them out during the rest of National Health IT Week!)
Here are couple quotes from Lars:
“3D-printing is the most important invention after internet. I use it on daily basis”
“Our goal is to investigate the added value of 3D-printing, and implement a low-cost workflow for many hospitals worldwide”
Later in the week Lars is speaking about his 3D-printing in surgery research in Vancouver, Canada, at the Orthopaedic Trauma Association’s 33rd Annual Meeting. So we are lucky to have this opportunity. Check out a recent article in Physician’s Weekly, “Implementing In-Hospital 3D Printing”, to learn more about Lars’ exciting use of 3D-printing to improve surgical outcomes.
If you are a patient, or a health IT professional, who’d like to learn more about 3D-printing and how it will affect your life or profession, this is a great opportunity to peek into your near future. Please join us, first watch and listen, and then to take a video seat and probe further and express your opinion.
By the way, this is the third time I’ve hosted a Firetalk group social video during National Health IT Week. It’s always fun, and it will be even more fun this year, during this years 2017 National Health IT Week!
2016 National Health IT Week Blab, I Mean Firetalk, Was Fun! 23 Participants, 50 Comments (w/@MichaelGaspar)
Replay Mid National Health IT Week Blab: Many Thanks to Participants!