My views and finds on Innovation and Futurism in Healthcare and Exponential Medicine.
"Rafael is a true visionary. A rare surgeon who is bringing the future of medicine to life with the adoption of exponential technologies.
He is a wonderful and inspiring speaker who is incredibly talented and above all has great humility."
"Rafael is not only a wonderful and engaging speaker but also a fighter for a better healthcare system that thrives on disruptive technologies. He always chooses the most exciting trends and technologies and present them with compelling stories from his life as a surgeon. "
The voices in digital health are getting louder and louder. But are still very few that capture the imagination, science and future of this topic better than Rafael Grossmann, MD. Dr. Grossmann is clinician innovator who has personally advanced innovation in digital health by his brilliant conceptual ideas as well as his 'real life' engagements in clinical practice. In a world of self-proclaimed experts, Dr. Grossmann stands head and shoulders over others as a visionary who is breaking new ground in digital health—advancing new devices and techniques in practice and, perhaps most importantly, leveraging innovation to save lives".
"I am always honored by the advice and friendship of a true leader in #digitalhealth, medicine and life! Thank you @ZGJR #MustFollow"
"Dr. Grossmann is always on the search for not simply what is “coolest” in terms of tech, but how we might actually apply that technology to improve the quality of care we provide to our patients. Rafael is seeking to bring healthcare back to its roots – the caring touch, that reassuring presence that can only be shown by looking one’s patients in the eye, rather than through the blue-tinted glare of a two-dimensional computer screen."
The best physician is the one who is able to cultivate and practice humanity, the human touch-the art of medicine- along with gaining expertise in the smart application of exponential technologies to enhance the abilities to provide the best possible patient care, not just to restore health, but more importantly, to prevent sickness.
This is what the medicine of the future ought to be.