The industry 4.0 can contribute to the healthcare operations management through the disruptive technology use in the continuous education of the healthcare professionals. This research study analyzes the interaction between the theoretical information and its practical applicability in the healthcare operations management safe process development. The researchers developed this study between May and July, 2018, and search to answer two questions. The questions are: How to use the disruptive technologies in the continuous education for healthcare professionals? How to enable professionals present on healthcare operations to use these technologies? The Global Competitiveness Index by the World Economic Forum report  was the basis of the data for this study. The results and discussion section have two highlights: “the professional adaptation to the disruptive technologies” and “the use of the disruptive technologies on continuous education.” The Conclusions section shows that the insertion of the disruptive technology brings the work optimization time of the professional for a specific activity. The implementation of the annual training schedule, the adjustment of the sector dynamics, and the adhesion of the professional on the educational program are presented in the conclusions. This research study contributes the insertion of the healthcare professional on the educational program and the fourth industrial revolution.