The Croatian healthcare system is facing increasing problems, the biggest of them being an ageing population and emigration. Doctors and medical staff are moving out West, so money shortage is no longer the only problem in healthcare. One of the most crucial issues in society is: Who is going to look after the elderly population? Can the usage of technology, mainly robots and Artificial Intelligence, be an answer to this issue? Can a “learning machine” be better at establishing a diagnosis than a real doctor? How much are patients and doctors open to robots? And finally, what do we consider when we talk about implementing robots in healthcare?
Clinical Hospital Dubrava, Neurosurgeon (Croatia)
Veridian Healthstream, CEO (Croatia)
Pliva, President of the Board (Croatia)
Juraj Dobrila University, Professor and Assistant Rector (Croatia)
HIT Conference, CEO (Croatia)