15 Medical Simulation Companies You Need to Know About
Continuing HealthySimulation.com’s coverage of Medical Simulation companies you need to know about, today we cover 15 more healthcare simulation vendors that are providing high quality in-demand learning tools in the domain of clinical simulation! These simulation in healthcare vendors are important to know more about as they may offer unique products and services which can perfectly fit your simulation center’s needs! Without further ado here are 15 Medical Simulation companies you need to know about, with additional links below for even more important terms!
GIGXR: GIGXR is a SaaS platform that delivers extended reality (XR) healthcare simulation applications for learning environments, higher education institutions, and enterprise facilities. The company offers an energetic training solution using Augmented Reality (AR) by creating innovative clinical simulation applications to solve perennial problems around visualization and 3D understanding. GIGXR has harnessed a proven track record for recognizing key problems in education and training, and unlocking the potential of XR in simulation technologies to solve them.
Elsevier: Elsevier is a global information analytics business specializing in science and health. Elsevier partners with educators in higher education and healthcare simulation programs to help prepare learners to succeed in diverse healthcare training environments. For more than 135 years, Elsevier has allowed learners to practice and apply essential skills in controlled, monitored environments by providing medical simulation solutions with world-class content, innovative teaching and learning technology. Using Elsevier’s simulation solutions platform, educators gain access to over 1,200 clinical skills across 10 disciplines, all in one consistent format.
Vosaic: Vosaic is a cloud-based healthcare audio video recording system simulation company that provides easy-to-use video recording and analysis software for professional development, skills-based training. Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, Vosaic provides visual recording system and markup tools to help educators, learners and researchers discover indicators valuable to performance improvement and research outcomes. The company’s goal is to relay relevant A/V recording system performance discovery information to K-12, higher education, healthcare and private sector institutions.
Virti: Virti is an immersive, enterprise learning solution for healthcare simulation and training. The platform allows for the creation and cross-platform distribution of interactive, immersive (virtual reality in simulation, augmented reality in simulation and mixed reality) educational content. Virti’s mission is to deliver on-demand, just-in-time training for each workforce by using cognitive learning insights to reduce skill-fade and deliver a return on investment on training spend. Through use of the company’s platform, health professionals can work toward feeling more prepared while avoiding burnout and the making of critical errors.
SMOTS UK: SMOTS UK software can allow surgical simulation procedures to be demonstrated to large numbers of consultants in a live operating/lecture theater connection with no hiring of expensive and often cumbersome video conferencing facilities. The software can be used on an ad-hoc basis as required and is not specifically linked to particular theaters. For example, using SMOTS UK, surgeons can operate and comment while fielding questions from their peers in the lecture theater.
Moulage Concepts: Moulage Concepts serves the moulage needs of varied healthcare simulation training communities. The company helps bridge the gap in healthcare simulation by training leaders to optimize performance through scenario development. Founded by Bobbie Merica, CEO, Moulage Concepts highlights the need to create interactive training that meets clinical simulation needs including competency, patient safety, and emergency preparedness.
Skillqube Training: Skillqube Training is a healthcare simulation training solutions company headquartered in Wiesloch, Germany. The company supports education and training through the use of the company’s own ECG patient simulation and audio-video debriefing systems. Founded in 2013, Skillqube Training develops holistic simulation and training solutions for use across clinical and preclinical care.
SIMStation: SIMStation is a manufacturer of audio visual systems and software for healthcare simulation learning and simulation center use. In close collaboration with international clients, SIMStation researches and develops innovative solutions for the future of clinical simulation in the company’s own simulation lab and workshops. SIMStation’s vision is that, by training with the company’s systems, learners are able to master lessons delivered to help develop simple skills, practice complex team training and complete disaster control exercises.
OSSO VR: OSSO VR is a virtual reality surgical simulation training and assessment platform. The company, founded in 2016 in Palo Alto, Ca., is made up of practicing clinicians, professional medical VR simulation developers and medtech industry veterans. OSSO VR specializes in hyper-realistic, haptic-enhanced, hands-on interactivity and design.
ORamaVR: ORamaVR is a science-based deep technology business that works to provide innovative solutions across the healthcare simulation and medical training fields. Using cutting-edge virtual reality clinical simulation tools, the company offers a proprietary, psychomotor, gamified multi-user VR software platform that is based on state-of-the-art research by world-renowned scientists.
LifeLike BioTissue: LifeLike BioTissue is a healthcare simulation company specializing in simulated tissues for surgical training and medical device validation. Behaving like real tissue, the company’s medical simulator materials and models mimic the mechanical properties, feel and anatomy of the human body. These task trainers offer unique learning experiences!
IKONA Health: IKONA Health combines clinical expertise, science, technology and storytelling to deliver an interactive virtual reality healthcare simulation learning platform that is accessible on VR headsets (hardware provided) as well as on computers and mobile devices. Headquartered in New York City, IKONA Health provides a smarter way for kidney care providers to deliver effective and measurable learning experiences to their patients and staff.
Precision OS: Precision OS is an innovative orthopedic virtual reality in simulation software that combines orthopedic surgeons with high-end game developers who work together to enhance the expertise of surgical simulation training worldwide. In 2017, Precision OS was founded to address these gaps in surgical training by combining proven educational principles with realistic, lifelike experiences through VR in simulation. The vision of Precision OS is to forever change the way Physicians acquire knowledge and skill, but at a fraction of the cost and time.
PeriopSim: PeriopSim is an iPad and virtual reality experience-based simulation training solution for clinical educators in the operating room. The solution was created by Conquer Mobile, and is now owned and operated by Conquer Experience, a healthcare simulation computer software company that specializes in training OR teams when experience is in short supply.
Codimg: Codimg is an objective video feedback software designed for healthcare simulation, education solutions and training scenarios to improve performance and increase patient safety. Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, the company offers fully customizable video analysis solutions that can be used across numerous industries.
*Bonus* Term! Not a Company But a Key Industry Product
CAE LearningSpace: CAE LearningSpace, healthcare simulation center management solution designed for use across medical schools, nursing education programs, allied health and hospital-based simulation programs. This CAE Healthcare audio video recording solution is a scalable healthcare education platform for debriefing which is user-friendly, web-based and secure. Using CAE LearningSpace gives learners a 360-degree view of their simulation training environment, performance and educational outcomes.
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Lindsey Nolen is the Content Director for HealthySimulation.com. She is an award-winning journalist with years of experience writing about the many different facets of healthcare, including clinical simulation education and training. She also helped create content for the healthcare career information website, CareersinHealthcare.com.