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MEDX Xelerator Hosts Interventional Radiology Roundtable Discussion Led By World Renown Interventional Radiologist, Dr. Barry T. Katzen

 

MEDX Xelerator Hosts Interventional Radiology Roundtable Discussion Led By World Renown Interventional Radiologist, Dr. Barry T. Katzen

 

OR YEHUDA, Israel –December 16, 2019 — MEDX Xelerator, an Israel-based medical device and digital health incubator, hosted a roundtable discussion led by Dr. Barry T. Katzen, a global interventional radiology leader at the forefront of developing multidisciplinary models for delivering cardiovascular care.

The theme of the exclusive roundtable was “A Look Into The Future” and brought together a group of leading Israeli interventional radiologists for discussions with Dr. Katzen. These health experts discussed the current global state of the field and also addressed the ever-changing needs of both practitioners and patients. The group focused on the expansion of procedure opportunities for interventional radiologists as innovation brings better tools for minimally invasive procedures; the responsibility of the interventional radiologist in the clinical management of patients; and the role of AI and robotics in practice.

“MEDX Xelerator is helping to foster the global clinical community of interventional radiologists and introduce innovation for clinical real-world feedback early on,” said Dr. Katzen, Founder and Chief Medical Executive of the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute. “These meetings are often the most productive in advancing medical innovation and clinical approaches, with knowledge exchange that impacts practice and ultimately helps us provide more effective care for our patients.”

“It was an honor to host the top medical professionals in this space for an open discussion on the future of interventional radiology. MEDX Xelerator is committed to the advancement and success of innovation in this field,” said Shai Policker, CEO of MEDX Xelerator. “It was exciting to hear the latest on AI and robotics and how these technologies can significantly improve patient care. It’s crucial for the interventional radiology community to embrace these technologies that can significantly improve clinical practice.”

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