Watch Khosla give his “robots will replace doctors” speech

Just a couple of weeks ago I got to witness a great healthcare discussion between venture capitalist Vinod Khosla and Stanford University Medical School professor Dr. Abraham Verghese at the  Healthcare Innovation Summit held by Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. At the time I thought this would make a great road show. After all, […]

Just a couple of weeks ago I got to witness a great healthcare discussion between venture capitalist Vinod Khosla and Stanford University Medical School professor Dr. Abraham Verghese at the  Healthcare Innovation Summit held by Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.

At the time I thought this would make a great road show. After all, the future of medicine will be balanced between healthcare professionals and consumers using medical devices driven by artificial intelligence and in-person visits. But what’s the sweet spot for that balance? That’s been the subject of some debate and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.

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But now Stanford University Graduate School of Business has sent me a link to the discussion from its 2013 Healthcare Innovation Summit. So here’s a copy of the video for your virtual road show viewing pleasure. You can check out other discussions from that conference on its website here.