Mon, 13 October 2014
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Robots have long been integrated into the manufacturing industry to improve efficiency, reduce error, streamline workflows, and increase safety. Robots work tirelessly and don't create non value-added time and interruptions. Can they be adapted to do for the healthcare industry what they have done for the manufacturing industry? In part two of our interview with Vecna founder and CTO, Daniel Theobald, we discuss the exitsing and potential roles of robots in the healthcare setting; more specifically, directly inside the clinical space. Intelligent, highly manueverable, totally independent robots can do great service as well as transform into a colleague.
Sun, 5 October 2014
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In 1999, MIT graduate and philanthropist, Daniel Theobald, founded Vecna Technologies based on the belief that automation can improve quality of life. Daniel discusses with us the philosophy that, through technology, healthcare accessibility, knowledge, and managment can be made more convenient for the consumer, and through the simple behavior modifications it inspires, actually drives thame to be more invested in their care. Daniel presents us with his Convenient Care Model and technologies available that support this conceprt, which assist not only the healthcare consumer but the healthcare provider, as well.