Stefano Bini, M.D.
Professor of Clinical Orthopaedics and Chief Technology Officer, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery,
University of California San Francisco
Stefano Bini, M.D., specializes in total joint arthroplasty at the University of California San Francisco.
His current clinical research interests include quantifying the impact of digital health on orthopedic care delivery, the use of sensor data to predict clinical outcomes through artificial intelligence, and a better understanding of ways that kinematic alignment might influence how we perform total knee replacements.
With respect to digital orthopedics, Dr. Bini is a member of the Center for Digital Health Innovation at UCSF and is the Founder and Chair of the Digital Orthopedics Conference (DOCSF). He is a digital health and technology adviser to healthcare companies and multinational corporations, and speaks frequently on the application of digital health tools to orthopedic surgery.
Dr. Bini has authored a book on change management, is co-editing a book on total knee arthroplasty using kinematic alignment, and has delivered over 100 lectures and keynote presentations nationally and internationally on both clinical and digital orthopedics.
Prior to UCSF, Dr. Bini gained administrative experience working at Kaiser Permanente where he held numerous leadership positions, including Chief of Orthopedics at two major medical centers. Dr. Bini received his medical training at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University and his orthopedic training at the University of California San Francisco.