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Kinova’s Vice President of Medical Robotics, Appointed to 2 Boards, 2 Committees

2018 is bound to be a busy year for Kinova’s own Stuart Kozlick. In 2017, Stuart has been appointed to sit on four prestigious committees and boards, effectively positioning Kinova among key industry thought leaders. These strategic partnerships will allow Kinova to accelerate the adoption of new technologies within the healthcare system and encourage alignment within the industry, healthcare communities and governments facilitating accessibilities and communities.

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STEERING TOWARDS CO-CREATION, COLLABORATION, AND INNOVATION – #KINOVAONTHEROAD in 2018

By Keith Blanchet

My objective at Kinova is to build bridges between people, businesses, educational organizations, and governments to effectively fuel the cycle of innovation. Unsurprisingly, that means hopping on a plane and going to find the best people in the world to exchange with. This is why the concept of Steering Committees as I came to realize is, and will increasingly be, vital.

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Robotics and the Medical Industry — The Two (or Three) A’s of the Healthcare System

By Stuart Kozlick

When someone asks me, “what’s the most difficult part of introducing robotics to the medical space?” I’m hard-pressed to find an answer. Not because there aren’t challenges, but quite the opposite: I think, ‘ok, where should I begin?’

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Robotics Innovation Through the Lens of a Marketer

Looking back on my #KinovaOnTheRoad Tour this Fall

By Nathalie Tremblay

[…] as a marketer, I was eager to learn how companies considered the marketing element in their product planning; while innovation abounds, I often observe that one of the most frequently missteps is the marketing piece: how will you reach your end user? How will you make your product connect with their needs? What’s your unique value proposition? Commonly remain unanswered, much do the dismay of myself — and the end user.

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