3D Printing At the Point of Care 🗓

Category: Event,Webinar
Jul 11, 2024
Scheduled ical Google outlook Event Webinar

Embark on a journey into the future of healthcare delivery with our upcoming virtual event, “Point of Care 3D Printing.” Led by experts at the forefront of medical innovation, this event promises to unveil the game-changing potential of point-of-care 3D printing. From personalized surgical tools to anatomical models for preoperative planning, participants will discover how this technology is revolutionizing patient care by bringing manufacturing capabilities directly to the bedside. Explore case studies showcasing how hospitals are harnessing this technology to enhance patient outcomes, reduce costs, and improve workflow efficiency. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has also been closely monitoring the emergence and evolution of 3D printing technology in medical devices, particularly in the context of point-of-care manufacturing. The FDA’s stance on point-of-care 3D printing of medical devices reflects its commitment to ensuring patient safety and product quality while fostering innovation in healthcare. The agency has issued guidance documents and engaged in dialogue with industry stakeholders to provide clarity on regulatory pathways for 3D-printed medical devices, including those manufactured at the point of care. Key considerations include the need for robust quality management systems, validation of printing processes, and documentation of device performance and safety. Join us as we delve into the intersection of healthcare and additive manufacturing, and learn how point-of-care 3D printing is empowering clinicians to deliver truly personalized medicine at the point of need.

Apply to speak or sponsor the event: info@3dheals.com

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Speakers:

Shannon Walters

Shannon Walters is an innovation enabler and workflow optimization enthusiast. At Stanford 3D and Quantitative Imaging Lab, Shannon works closely with healthcare providers, researchers, and educators to enable effective health visualization. Recent innovations are of particular interest to Shannon such as AI in Medical Imaging, Virtual/Augmented Reality, 3D Printing, and longitudinal assessment of complex disease processes.

Chris LeCastillo

Chris LeCastillo is the Innovations Manager of the Stanford 3D and Quantitative Imaging Laboratory, where he is a Radiologic Technologist and a Certified Imaging Informatics Professional. He helps drive forward meaningful innovations in 3D printing, medical imaging AI, and manages the XR Neurosurgical Navigation program at Stanford. Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and a Master of Health Leadership.

Mark Tan

Dr. Mark Tan is a Radiologist and the Clinical Lead of the Singapore General Hospital 3D Printing Centre. Dr Tan enjoys working with clinical teams on virtual surgical planning for head and neck, plastic and reconstructive, neurosurgical, oncological, orthopaedic and cardiac surgeries. Dr Tan also enjoys working with clinical teams, imagers, engineers, administrators, academia and industry in designing and producing from medical imaging patient-specific anatomical models for surgical rehearsal and implant sizing, surgical guides for localisation and reconstruction, bespoke orthotics and prosthetics, as well as custom implants, to improve clinical care.

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