Prof. Dr. Mottrie went for a walk with Belgian newspaper De Tijd and talks about Orsi Academy as innovative bruising melting pot, his childhood, politics, his love for the city of Aalst and last but not least about European Association of Urology as new shareholder of Orsi Academy! (Dutch article in Belgian newspaper 'De Tijd')
BETTER BELGIAN HEALTHCARE
Prof. Dr. Mottrie talks with Belgian newspaper 'HLN' about attracting foreign patients to create an extra income and so provide better healthcare for our Belgian patients. (Dutch article)
MOTTRIE'S VISION ON ROBOTIC SURGERY
Prof. Dr. Alex Mottrie gives you three plausible advantages of robotic surgery & explains you in 5 points how medical robotics can be viable.
(Dutch article in Belgian magazine 'De Specialist')
ENTREPRENEUR AND DOCTOR
“They say I became more entrepreneur than doctor. But more than ever, it is necessary to think economically as a doctor. For the benefit of the patient!”
'West-Vlaanderen Werkt' (magazine) talks with Prof. Dr. Mottrie about the mission of Orsi Academy.
LATEST TRENDS IN UROLOGY IN 'DE TIJD'
Belgian newspaper 'De Tijd' discribes the latest trends in urology. Talking about robots, tablets and live-streaming. (Dutch article)
BEST UROLOGIST ON SANCONET.BE
Belgian newspaper 'Het Nieuwsblad' talks about Sanconet.be. A website where patients can score different doctors. Prof. Dr. Mottrie comes out as best urologist. (Dutch article)
HELPING HAND DURING COVID-19
Since Orsi Academy was temporarly closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in the hope of being a helping hand, 11 of Orsi's medical displays and monitors were send to one of the affected hospitals in Milan, Italy. In cooperation with his friend and Italian colleague Prof. Dr. Bernardo Rocco. (Dutch article in Belgian newspaper 'De Tijd')
ORSI AS ASSET FOR THE FLEMISH REGION
ZORG Magazine spoke to Prof. dr. Mottrie about technological innovation in surgery training and medtech, the increasing importance of marketing for doctors and his own entrepreneurship as a hobby that got out of hand. (Dutch article in Belgian magazine 'Zorg Magazine')
IMAGE GUIDING WILL BE THE FUTURE
Prof. Dr. Alex Mottrie talks about image guiding and the future of surgery. Artificial intelligence and big data are becoming key!
(Dutch article in Belgian newspaper 'De Tijd')
FUTURE OF MEDICINE
Interview with Prof. Dr. Alex Mottrie by FDMagazine in the run-up to his presentation on the Robotics & Finance event, hosted at Orsi Academy! (Dutch article)
14th ERUS MEETING
Belgian newspaper 'Het Laatste Nieuws' talks about the 14th meeting of the EAU Robotic Urology Section. In 2017, doctors from all over the world came to Bruges, where they could follow different 'live-surgery' procedures. In the article, Prof. Dr. Mottrie talks about the congress. (Dutch article)
Belgian magazine "HUMO" wrote an article about robotic surgery and the prominent role of Prof. Dr. Mottrie. (Dutch article)
BREAKFAST AT HOME MOTTRIE
Belgian newspaper 'De Tijd' talks about big brother in the operating room, the regulatory urge in the hospital and Mottrie's fumbling with cars during breakfast with Prof. Mottrie and his family. (Dutch article in Belgian newspaper 'De Tijd')
ST PAUL’S MEDAL
Prof. Dr. Mottrie received the trophy from the British Association of Urology Surgeons. The award is presented annually to a urologist from outside the UK who has made a significant contribution to the British Association of Urological Surgeons and, more generally, to urology in the United Kingdom. Proud! (Dutch article in Belgian newspaper 'HLN')
ROBOTS ARE THE FUTURE IN SURGERY
Robots are becoming the future of surgery and Prof. Dr. Mottrie tells about lifelong learning.
(Dutch article in Belgian online magazine 'Cornelis' of Van Lanschot)
NEW CAMPUS ORSI
Belgian newspaper 'De Morgen' talks about Orsi Academy and the construction of the new state-of-the-art campus in Melle, Belgium. (Dutch article)
Belgian newspaper 'Het Laatste Nieuws' talks about Orsi Academy, the newest internationally recognized training center for robotic surgery. Prof. Dr. Mottrie is founder and current CEO of the training center. (Dutch article)