Healthcare Simulation Vendors

Healthcare Simulation vendors provide the latest medical simulation technologies to improve education, training, and patient safety outcomes in clinical institutions around the world. Comprised of manufacturers, service providers, and distributors, these clinical simulation corporations and organizations can provide simulation centers with the latest hardware, software, and support to ensure performance improvement outcomes and meaningful ROI.

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Below is a constantly updated list of healthcare simulation vendors in alphabetical order, or click the “By Category” toggle to see the entire list by product/service type.

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Alphabetical Listing:

3B Scientific: The company 3B Scientific, known as American 3B Scientific in the United States, is a leading manufacturer of anatomical and biological teaching aids for science, training and patient education. Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, the 3B Scientific group of companies specializes in the creation and merchandising of a variety of didactic products and models useful to educators of medical simulation. In 2017 J. H. Whitney Capital Partners acquired 3B Scientific.

3D Systems: 3D Systems is a global additive manufacturing solutions company that offers new and optimized digital design and production workflows to enhance healthcare simulation capabilities and competitiveness. Headquartered in Rock Hill, South Carolina, the company’s solutions include a variety of digitization, design, manufacturing, inspection, and management features. Combining these features, 3D Systems’ integrated solutions are able to utilize materials, software, 3D printing, and expert services to transform and revolutionize the realm of 3D printing. Today, these professional-grade online 3D printing and manufacturing services empower designers and engineers to create, iterate and produce quality parts directly from digital 3D files.

3D4Medical Anatomy App: 3D4Medical’s Complete Anatomy is an award-winning 3D Anatomy App available across all Apple/Android/PC devices, providing a robust anatomical learning and teaching platform for students, educators, institutions, and professionals. With some of the highest resolution images and 3D animations possible, 3D4Medical’s Complete Anatomy Platform is used by over 250 top medical universities around the world, with learning tools covering over 13,000 anatomical structures.

7-Sigma: The company 7-SIGMA (7S³) is a designer, manufacturer, and supplier of high-performance polymer and metal components and assemblies for the printing, medical, aerospace, and industrial markets. More recently, they have focused on a number of unique healthcare simulation task trainer models. Headquartered in Minneapolis, the company collaborates with educators and healthcare professions, while leveraging more than 40 years of experience in material selection and precision manufacturing to produce high-fidelity products.

Ademsys: Ademsys stands at the forefront of academic and healthcare excellence, powered by SimClic software. SimClic is a comprehensive management solution, offering an intuitive calendar system that effortlessly detects scheduling conflicts. With advanced reporting capabilities, institutions gain valuable insights for informed decision-making. SimClic streamlines patient management and secure communication in healthcare faculties, while enhancing administrative efficiency. Join Ademsys to shape the future of precision and success in education and healthcare.

Anatomage: Anatomage is among the market leaders in medical simulation virtualization technology. For more than a decade Anatomage has been developing advanced 3D anatomy products rendering hardware and software for both healthcare simulation in education and professional application. Headquartered in San Jose, California, the company offers technology that enables users to experience the most accurate anatomy visualization and dissection. The mission of Anatomage is to develop innovative technological solutions that visualize anatomy at the highest level of accuracy. As the pioneer in 3-D anatomy visualization through life-size digital dissection, the company’s goal is to become a platform that improves every aspect of clinical simulation.

apoQlar: apoQlar is a healthcare technology company that leverages its medical mixed reality platform, VSI HoloMedicine, and Virtual Reality-based Medical Masterclasses to deliver immersive healthcare solutions. These platforms enable surgical planning, patient education, and remote medical training.

Avkin: Avkin is a manufacturer of wearable devices for use in healthcare simulations and is a consultant for standardized patient programs. ​​Founded by a nurse educator, Avkin provides a simulation solution that combines the best of high-fidelity mannequins and the realism of standardized patients for the most authentic healthcare simulation experience possible. The company believes that the key to success in patient-centered care is practitioner training through realistic healthcare simulations and that human interaction is irreplaceable in clinical education.

BioDigital: The BioDigital Human platform is a medically accurate, virtual map of the human body—composed of over 8,000 individually selectable anatomical structures, 600 simulated health conditions, and a toolkit to map and visualize data. This fully embeddable, cloud based software is available in eight languages, on any desktop, mobile device, or in AR/VR for use within any educational or clinical workflow.

Biomed Simulation Inc.: BioMed Simulation’s (BMS) mission is to improve clinician performance through patient-free clinical simulation. The company’s initial products include healthcare simulation modules for the operation of the Heart Lung Machine – Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB) and the Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) machine used in long-term cardiopulmonary support. BMS’ platform roadmap includes other simulators, data analytics interfaces, and guideline-based test patient scenarios to continually improve clinician performance and address Healthcare providers concerns.

Bodyswaps: Bodyswaps offers an innovative solution for developing essential soft skills through immersive VR simulations and AI-powered practice with virtual humans. Bodyswaps’ healthcare library is specifically designed to enhance communication skills in patient care and team dynamics. With its focus on delivering measurable improvements in real-world healthcare outcomes, Bodyswaps aligns seamlessly with the evolving needs of competency-based healthcare education, preparing a workforce that is adept and practice-ready. Bodyswaps simulations are developed with renowned subject matter experts and leading institutions such as the American College of Chest Physicians, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Royal Society of Medicine.

Body Interact: Body Interact is a cutting-edge medical simulation tool created by the company Take the Wind (TTW) for medicine and nursing, which uses virtual patients for problem-solving and clinical reasoning. The tool also allows for the creation of custom-made scenarios perfect for healthcare simulation programs looking to provide safe, affordable, and repetitive virtual patient engagements. Take the Wind was founded in January 2008 by Teresa Pinto and Pedro Pinto, and focuses on technology for clinical education. With a commitment to excellence in healthcare education, TTW operates across Europe, Latin America, and the United States.

BT Inc.: BT Inc. is a Korean company that develops medical simulation devices similar to the human body for various practice and evaluation purposes. The company is currently planning, developing, and manufacturing various medical simulators and models. According to the BT Inc. website, the company’s desire is to “always do the best to create a better tomorrow” in the field of healthcare simulation. BT Inc. plans to achieve this by simultaneously respecting and improving human life by leading biomedical engineering technology.

Cardionics: Cardionics, a Texas-based auscultation simulator company, has worked to develop auscultation products and services that offer both interactive and experiential systems components. These products and services can be integrated into classroom settings, as they have clinical and telehealth applications. The Cardionics company was founded by the late Abe Ravin, M.D., FACC in 1969. Ravin was a cardiologist and professor of clinical medicine at the University of Colorado in Denver. In the summer of 2019, Cardionics was acquired by 3B Scientific.

ChartFlow: ChartFlow is an EHR designed for all healthcare programs and simulation centers. The platform enables students to document in real-time, track patient progress, review orders, and practice medication administration with barcode scanning. Educators have access to both pre-built & customizable scenarios—ranging from simple acute conditions to complex multi-visit case studies. With its NYC roots and a globally distributed team, ChartFlow was initially released in 2023 with a vision to create an affordable, feature rich EHR that unites individual specialties into a single platform for IPE simulations.

ClinCaseQuest: The Global electronic database of clinical cases simulation scenarios, ClinCaseQuest is a healthcare simulation training platform for undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, which provides practical training for doctors, paramedics, and students in a virtual simulator of clinical cases. This allows mastery of decision-making algorithms, and to gain clinical experience in a virtual environment safe for patients, which can reduce medical errors in the world.

Codimg: Codimg is an objective video feedback software designed for healthcare simulation, education management 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. Helping users analyze and improve their videos, the company extends affordable, accessible software aimed at performance improvement. With this technology, Codimg helps learners and organizations worldwide to optimize their workplaces, laboratories, or schools by analyzing existing practices.

DiaMedical USA: DiaMedical is a manufacturer and distributor of medical equipment and supplies for healthcare education and simulation. Based in Farmington Hills, Michigan, the company’s mission is to “Improve the Quality of Healthcare” by providing innovative educational products for the future generation of nurses, emergency medical professionals, pharmacists and other medical professionals. In a commitment to client satisfaction, DiaMedical warehouses over 3,000 medical products. DiaMedical is a single source solution comprised of equipment management, consolidated procurement, personalized purchasing experience and complete account management.

DxR Group: DxR Development Group’s VirtualPT Clinician software mirrors the clinical reasoning process used by physical therapists. This clinical simulation is designed to teach, and evaluate key critical-thinking skills solutions. VirtualPT Clinician delivers proven, problem-based education and virtual patient experiences in the classroom, remotely, individually, or in group learning.

Echo Healthcare: Echo Healthcare is a dynamic medical simulation company focused on improving patient safety through the use of advanced simulation technology. With over 20 years of industry experience, the company is committed to redefining innovation and service by offering tailored solutions to customers. Echo Healthcare represents select, innovative products and services in the field of clinical simulation and education that bring a new level of realism to scenario-based medical education, including realistic patient manikins, patient masks, simulated patient monitors, simulated virtual environments, simulation technical support services, and more.

EHR Go: EHR Go is a healthcare simulation electronic health record and learning platform. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota, Archetype Innovations’ EHR Go is designed to encourage learners to see the holistic nature of healthcare while becoming proficient in technology. The electronic medical record platform, which is a product of Archetype Innovations, was developed for all healthcare disciplines with over 600 customizable, realistic patients and activities. EHR Go’s clinical simulation EMR learning platform helps teach learners to make smart decisions while instilling a human-centered approach.

Elevate Healthcare: Elevate Healthcare, formerly known as CAE Healthcare, launched new branding on May 15th 2024 after the acquisition of the division from CAE by Madison Industries for $227M in October of 2023. Prior to the acquisition by Madison Industries and name change Elevate Healthcare in May 2024, CAE Healthcare had acquired several other leading technologies in the space including Medicor skills trainers and Blue Phantom Ultrasound trainers. The launch and rebrand to Elevate Healthcare demonstrates the company’s renewed vision and commitment to lead in innovation for healthcare simulation based education.

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. Elsevier’s simulation solutions are specifically tailored for nursing and medical assistance programs.

Education Management Solutions: Education Management Solutions (EMS) (which also went previously by their sunset  branding “SimulationIQ”) is a leading healthcare simulation company that provides audiovisual recording debriefing systems, learning management systems, A/V design consulting, online learning systems, counseling training systems, virtual patient simulations, as well ROI and competency-based evaluation systems. Founded in 1994, the mission of EMS has always been to provide a safe environment for healthcare professionals to develop patient safety skills.

Ford AV: Ford Audio-Video (AV) is a nationwide, commercial integrator service. The company designs install and rents and services professional sound, video, and lighting systems for businesses, educational institutions, government facilities, churches, performing arts centers, and sporting venues. Ford AV provides a wealth of experience and trained industry experts to ensure every customer’s intended project is a success. Specializing in enterprise-level solutions, Ford AV has installed systems across the United States and internationally.

Fundamental Surgery: Founded in 2012, FundamentalVR is a digital health company that uses virtual reality and mixed reality healthcare simulation solutions to help train surgeons using real-world scenarios. The technology and data insight business specializes in the intersection between immersive experiences and haptics, working to enhance medical training and outcomes. Headquartered in London, the company provides training and simulation education across medical and communications markets. FundamentalVR is utilized throughout a variety of disciplines, including minimally invasive surgery, laparoscopic, ophthalmology, ENT, and neurosurgery.

GIGXR: GIGXR is a SaaS platform that delivers extended reality healthcare simulation applications for learning environments, higher education institutions, and enterprise facilities. The company offers an energetic training solution using augmented reality by creating innovative clinical simulation applications to solve perennial problems around visualization and 3D understanding. GIGXR’s holographic applications and immersive learning platform have been built on years of pedagogical research.

Gordon Center: The Gordon Center for Simulation and Innovation in Medical Education (formerly referred to as GCRME) is a designated Center of Excellence of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in Miami, Florida. The Gordon Center training facility applies advanced technology to medical simulation education for healthcare professionals and learners. Established over 45 years ago, the Gordon Center currently helps to educate learners at more than 2,000 medical centers and agencies worldwide. The simulation center also conducts outcome-based research to rigorously assess the effectiveness and impact of healthcare simulation and technology-based training programs created at Gordon Center.

Gaumard: Gaumard, or Gaumard Scientific, is a Florida-based company that provides innovative products to the healthcare simulation community. Gaumard also has key offices in Texas and is most well known for its Noelle product, which is arguably the world’s leading high-fidelity birthing manikin. Although Gaumard began its high-fidelity computer-based product line of manikins in the ’90s, the company traces its roots back to 1946 when its founder utilized surgery-based polymers to fashion medical simulators for healthcare education.

Health Scholars: Health Scholars is a cloud-based, virtual reality-ready clinical training platform with VR simulations, simulation center management, and clinical readiness reporting solutions for the management, delivery, and analysis of clinical training. The platform was founded by healthcare professionals who recognized the need to advance immersive education and clinical training effectiveness to support medical simulation educators around the world.

Healthcare Systems Simulation International: Healthcare Systems Simulation International (HSSI) is an international and inter-professional team dedicated and passionate about working with people and organizations through education and consulting services. HSSI uses in-situ simulation with a team to solve their organization’s operational and clinical issues. The company’s team has a proven track record of using simulation and human factors to positively influence clinical outcomes, operational efficiencies, patient safety, systems design (space, process, policy), clinical commissioning, simulation program development, and the integration of healthcare teams with systems. HSSI offers a virtual 6-week course on System-focused simulation and debriefing hosted via Simulation Canada, and sponsored by Healthcare Excellence Canada.

HelpMeSee: HelpMeSee is a non-profit\organization committed to ending the global health crisis of untreated cataracts, the leading cause of preventable blindness worldwide. The organization’s mission is to train local cataract specialists in Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) in significant numbers, to meet the increasing demand for surgical services in the communities most impacted by cataract blindness. HelpMeSee supports the training, qualification, and practice readiness of these cataract specialists in partnership with health institutions, governments, philanthropies, and market ventures.

HTC Vive: HTC Vive is designing Virtual Reality (VR) to enable healthcare organizations to provide the next generation of professionals with the tools they need to meet the demands of 21st-century healthcare education. For decades, healthcare organizations, universities, and hospitals have used simulations to provide students with risk-free, hands-on environments to hone their skills. Recently, these organizations have begun replacing many of these expensive and limited physical simulations with virtual reality.

i-Human Patients: i-Human Patients, is a high-performance, cloud-based multimedia case authoring and playback system now owned and operated by Kaplan. Based out of Santa Clara, California, the medical simulation tool works through an internet browser (without apps or downloads) to improve learners’ diagnostic reasoning skills and patient outcomes. Through use of this system, healthcare simulation learners can fill in the cognitive development void typically left unfilled by expensive manikin simulators or live patient actors. Founded in 2000 as Summit Performance Group LLC and privately held as i-Human Patients Inc. (IHP), the company has worked to become a leader in interactive e-learning solutions for both healthcare learners and clinicians.

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. The company’s approach combines industry insight, knowledge, and neuroscience to deliver these highly effective learning tools at the point of care while increasing patient safety.

Innosonian: Innosonian is a market-leading company specialising in resuscitation manikins for effective CPR training. Brayden is our award-winning range of CPR training manikins and software solutions to ensure high quality standards in Basic Life Support (BLS) training both in healthcare organisations and communities. They are the result of an innovative approach to technology and our valued partnerships with global opinion leaders at the forefront of resuscitation practice. Our new R42 Bariatric manikin addresses long overdue patient care training required to provide quality and empathic care for obese individuals in both hospital and pre-hospital settings.

Innov2Learn: Innov2Learn produces realistic, user-friendly, and environmentally conscious simulation devices. All products are designed, manufactured, and assembled in Canada. With realistic simulation devices, the company ensures that the next generations are at their best to face the challenges of their professional careers. Innov2Learn’s experience and knowledge allow the company to offer customized solutions for reusing and developing equipment.

Inovus : Inovus Medical is a designer and manufacturer of surgical training technologies. Based in St. Helens, United Kingdom, the company was founded in 2012 with a clear purpose – to improve surgical care through connected training. According to the company, at the heart of everything Inovus does are a set of established core values of affordable, accessible, and functional technologies. With this in mind, Inovus Medical plans to become the world’s partner for surgical training.

InSimo: InSimo is a surgical simulation software company that specializes in surgical training and education to reduce medical error and improve learner outcomes. Their surgical simulator technologies focus on fostering the development of next-generation medical patient simulators that are faster to produce and highly realistic, allowing for broader commercial offerings and novel uses. By reproducing complicated cases through medical simulation, InSimo extends new opportunities to train a large number of surgeons in less time. The company believes that, to reproduce the reality of the operating room, surgeons must be able to feel and see a faithful reproduction of each act during surgery to learn, reproduce and improve their techniques.

InSimu: InSimu is a diagnostic SaaS (software as a service) for healthcare simulation learners and educators designed to make medical school training measurable, and, therefore, more efficient. The company’s Patient App provides physicians and learners with the opportunity to practice their future clinical work in the safety of virtual reality on simulated patients with the full scale of diagnostic methods. This interactive and engaging digital platform increases learner satisfaction by enhancing the quality of their education.

Intelligent Ultrasound: Intelligent Ultrasound is a software and simulation company that offers market-leading, healthcare simulation, and AI software. To provide these training solutions, the company has developed advanced high-fidelity ultrasound simulators, artificial intelligence image analysis software, and augmented reality needle guidance systems for medical practitioners worldwide. Founded in 2004 with headquarters in Cardiff, United Kingdom, and Georgia, USA, the company’s guiding principle is to develop world-class ultrasound software and simulation technologies that will improve the quality and speed of ultrasound scanning in the clinical environment. (Intelligent Ultrasound was previously known as Medaphor.)

Intelligent Video Solutions: With headquarters in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Intelligent Videos Solutions is an innovative software solution that empowers users to create and manage their own video databases. Founded in 2009, this powerful tool helps organizations increase the use of video to improve the effectiveness of a wide variety of programs with increased focus on medical simulation in the past several years. Intelligent Video Solutions tools are built from the ground up to support critical end user objectives.

iSimulate: iSimulate is a clinical education technology company with offices in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. With the goal of providing cost-effective, reliable, and realistic medical simulation tools, the company has developed a number of products that allow learners to train anywhere at any time. Today, iSimulate manufactures the REALITi 360, ALSi, CTGi, and AURiS.

IVIR: For years the United States military has been utilizing clinical simulation to help education and train service members and contractors. Specifically, as medical simulation has continued to evolve, the use of this training methodology has enabled these professionals to become better prepared in the event of a healthcare emergency. This article shares how the United States Department of Defense is employing a particular project to connect multiple commercial clinical simulation systems under one dashboard. Through the use of this program, many digital training opportunities have come to fruition.

Kaleidoscope XR: Developed by Kaleidoscope XR, a leader in developing immersive solutions for healthcare and workforce training, Caregiver VR facilitates soft-skills and dementia empathy training for front-line healthcare professionals. The platform enables classroom and standardized patient simulations between educators and trainees (up to 20 per classroom) from any location globally through Virtual Reality. Trainees are able to role-play and collaborate as caregivers and residents and practice communication skills, learn to deal with difficult patient scenarios, and build empathy for patients by going through the VR dementia tour, which empowers them to view the world from the perspective of those that have dementia.

KBPort: KbPort LLC is a technology solutions provider serving multiple markets with core objectives in the medical simulation space. Founded in 2005, KbPort consistently employs cutting-edge technology to present learners with understandable, easy-to-navigate, realistic interfaces. With headquarters in Pittsburgh, KbPort’s mission is to empower future healthcare professionals to improve and save patient lives. The company and partners have remained committed to enabling institutions to achieve exceptional educational outcomes by using the most advanced technology to offer the highest fidelity systems possible.

KCS Health Sciences Consulting: KCS Health Sciences Consulting leverages our expertise to assist Health Sciences education schools, nursing programs, EMS programs and Medical Schools to address the shortage of clinical placements in CTU by using relevant, evidence informed and targeted simulation based teaching and learning. Simulation based teaching and learning has proven to provide comparable learning outcomes to clinical training, while providing significant cost and time efficiencies, which in these times of worldwide shortages of physicians, nurses and health care workers are of critical importance. The team of experts at KCS Health Sciences Consulting can provide all required aspects to assist programs with the integrations of simulation into the overall education program.

The KindHeart Thoracic Surgery Simulator (TSS): The KindHeart Thoracic Surgery Simulator (TSS) model consists of a porcine heart and left lung that can realistically beat and bleed. This model requires a silicone manikin and pump system. There are three variations of the thoracic model:

  • Standard: The standard model. Possible simulated tasks include lymph node dissection, fissure dissection, vessel dissection, left upper lobectomy, and stapler demonstration.
  • Completed Fissure: This model has a pre-completed fissure. Possible simulated tasks include vessel dissection, left upper lobectomy, and stapler demonstration).
  • Fully Dissected: This model has a fully completed fissure with pulmonary artery dissection. Possible simulated tasks include stapler demonstration and vessel ligation.
  • Thymectomy: The heart in this model is fully encased in pericardium. Can be used to simulate a thymectomy.

Kognito: Kognito is a healthcare simulation company that develops virtual simulation training scenarios that train providers to lead real-life conversations regarding social, emotional, and physical health. Founded in 2003 and based in New York City, the company’s virtual humans conversation simulations provide an exciting new opportunity to effectively deliver behavioral change outcomes. Composed of a team of scientists, artists, and technologists, Kognito works to improve patient-provider communication, collaborative care, and health outcomes. The company strives to help health professionals, consumers, and caregivers to lead meaningful, real-life conversations through role-play simulations.

Kyoto Kagaku: KKAmerica, also known as Kyoto Kagaku American, is a division of Kyoto Kagaku, a Japanese company headquartered in Kyoto that specializes in high-fidelity simulators and training equipment for healthcare education and training. Established in post-war Japan in 1948, Kyoto Kagaku is now one of the leading manufacturers of medical simulators and nursing simulators, in addition to training models and phantoms used for ultrasound and radiology instruction and learning. During the KKAmerica’s early stages, the company was heavily involved in efforts to improve cultural heritage protection. This led to the successful development of techniques to reproduce and maintain historical artifacts with synthetic material.

Laerdal: Laerdal is one of the world’s premier vendors of medical simulation and clinical education equipment. Laerdal Medical began its mission to “Help Save Lives” in 1960 with the invention of the CPR-training manikin called Resusci Anne. For over 60 years, Laerdal has provided the global healthcare simulation community with clinical task training and high-fidelity manikin products, ranging from the Laerdal pocket mask to the Laerdal SimMan 3G. The company boasts more than 1,400 employees in over 20 countries with as many as 50 international distributors.

Laerdal acquired B-Line Medical in July of 2019.B-Line Medical was a Washington, D.C.-based company that provided medical simulation centers around the world with digital recording systems and learning management solutions to enhance debriefing. B-Line Medical was formed in 2005 around the development of their first product Clinical Skills, a standardized patient encounter audiovisual and management system. Later, B-Line Medical expanded their product base to include other solutions that support learning in healthcare simulation learning environments.

Level 3 Healthcare: Level 3 Healthcare is a division of Level 3 Audio Visual LLC, an audiovisual technology company located in Mesa, Arizona, with over 22 years of experience installing A/V equipment. Level 3 Healthcare currently offers specialized medical simulation audiovisual equipment solutions as they relate to the fields of nursing, emergency medical services, interdisciplinary studies, allied health, dentistry, and veterinary care. Level 3 Healthcare works to support a range of system configurations. For instance, the company’s proprietary SimStation application includes multi-camera support viewable on a single screen with real-time audio as a basic configuration solution.

Level Ex: Level Ex creates video games for doctors that capture the challenges of practicing medicine. We’ve carved out a distinct space at the intersection of medicine and entertainment, bridging gaps in the healthcare industry through state-of-the-art video game technology and design.

LifeLife BioTissue: LifeLike BioTissue is a healthcare simulation company specializing in simulated tissues for surgical training and medical device validation. 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. The company’s technology has the potential to replicate a wide array of complex human soft tissues from fat to arterial blood vessels and everything in between. Developing a growing suite of products that have the same mechanical properties as live tissue, LifeLike BioTissue products are ideal for the acquisition, training, and practice of basic and procedural surgical skills.

Limbs & Things: Limbs & Things is a leading healthcare simulation manufacturer committed to improving patient outcomes by facilitating realistic learning experiences. Headquartered in Bristol, United Kingdom, Limbs and Things creates products that enable healthcare simulation educators to deliver curriculum requirements, bringing greater confidence and competence to healthcare professionals across the world. Products are researched, designed, and created in collaboration with clinicians, and sold through an expanded network of over 70 distributors.

Lucid Reality Labs: Lucid Reality Labs is a leading immersive technology consulting, design and development company with the primary focus on creating immersive XR training and simulations for healthcare, medtech, pharma, aerospace, and defense. The company creates VR simulation solutions with elements of gamification for training, education, and collaboration scenarios. Through these scenarios, users can explore, interact, learn and build skills as well as master procedures attached to the role in a risk-free, controlled environment. Lucid Reality Labs also works to enhance the real-world environment with digital twins and visual overlays that enable countless possibilities for business across all industries.

Lumeto: Lumeto is a software development company that was founded in 2021 to enable the future of work through an advanced XR simulation, training, and skills assessment platform named Involve XR. The platform enables institutions looking to deploy data-driven, enterprise-grade, immersive training and assessment across their workforce. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, the company operates across the healthcare and safety fields, with the goal to enhance learning outcomes tied to individual and team decision-making, problem-solving, de-escalation, and complex procedures.

Lumis: Lumis is a cutting-edge technology company that aims to disrupt the traditional clinical and healthcare training experience by making it more immersive, accessible, and efficient. The augmented reality and data-driven InSight Platform provides training across the healthcare education spectrum to ensure that the same quality of training can be received by anyone, at any time, and anywhere. The company is passionate about democratizing healthcare education to reduce frequency of medical errors and improve patient outcomes.

MaestroVision: Founded in 1998, MaestroVision is a leading provider of advanced video solutions targeted to the Law Enforcement, Broadcast, Government, Educational, and Business markets in Canada, USA, and Mexico. The company’s range of video solutions include: Broadcast Automation, Video Servers, Asset Management Systems, Channel dresser, Traffic Manager, Police interview recording system, Law enforcement Video Library, Video evidence management software, Council meeting recording, Council live webcast, Municipal Video library, Classroom recording, Presentation Capture, and much more.

MedAffinity: MedAffinity is an electronic health records software company headquartered in Tallahassee, Florida. Founded in 2005, the company software is designed with a specific interface that looks, acts, and feels like a real document to make the record-keeping process seems as natural as possible. The goal of the implementation of this interface is to set a new standard for flexibility, functionality, and user-friendly design across medical simulation EHRs. With the power of a clinical EHR, MedAffinity’s clinical backbone is specially adapted for education.

Medagogic: delivers a comprehensive, adaptable training ecosystem featuring immersive VR/AR experiences and robust web-based tools for on-demand learning, ensuring unmatched clinical accuracy and departmental compliance. This is made possible by our fundamental transformation of medical simulation training, which combines experience from pediatric medicine and ATM systems with AI and video game technologies. Our cornerstone product, Bjorn, cultivates leadership and problem-solving skills in emergency situations and is specially engineered in partnership with esteemed healthcare institutions like Sahlgrenska and Landspitali. The offerings are tailored for clinical accuracy, adaptability, and strict compliance to departmental guidelines.

Medical Cart AR: This app provides instant access to interactive 3D replicas of an organization’s crash carts or other medical equipment. The app is always free for learners, incredibly convenient, and can be used from anywhere at any time, right from a mobile device.

Medical Shipment: Medical Shipment was founded in 2007 by Dan Micic, who was still attending Harper College when he first launched the company. What started over 10 years ago with a shipment of 90 cases of gloves to Medline has quickly become a multimillion-dollar annual business which has been named in the Inc 5000 list for 3 years in a row! Starting with a focus in Nursing, Medical Shipment now provides medical supplies, specialized instructional medical devices, and simulation-based products and services to healthcare educational institutions around the world. Here we take a deeper dive into the company, its product portfolio, and latest updates affecting the medical simulation industry!

Medical-X: Medical-X is an innovative scientific company that designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes medical simulation products for teaching and training. A Dutch company based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, MEDICAL-X specializes in the production of high-fidelity simulation products, medical training manikins, and full-flight simulators. Since its foundation, MEDICAL-X has developed new state-of-the-art simulators with realism in both looks and functionality. To provide such quality simulated training solutions in various medical fields, MEDICAL-X incorporates cutting-edge technology with the professional input of expert physicians.

MedReality: MedReality is a platform for 3D medical visualization that allows for the democratization of medical data. Key healthcare stakeholders are able to easily access data from a mobile device and view in AR at any time — creating a better flow of information for all. To use this platform, users must first log in on the web or download the MedReality iOS app and create an account. Next, they will upload a 3D model on the MedReality website. Lastly, they can then view a 3D model on the web or on their iOS Device.

Medtribe: Medtribe is a free online platform that streamlines healthcare event administration. From bookings to automated certificates, your team can save hundreds of valuable hours. Using Medtribe is as easy as signing up and clicking “Create Event”. Go to to get started or message

MedVision: MedVision is an innovative and fast-growing Japanese company that specializes in designing and manufacturing high-fidelity medical simulators. Established as a partnership of LLC Eidos-Medicine and K.K. DNAFORM, the company has more than a decade of history in the development of medical simulation equipment. MedVision brings carefully crafted software and hardware together with the highest standards of quality and dedication. To do this, the company works in a constant cycle of designing, perfecting, and inventing new solutions and systems for modern high-key medical education. Being client-oriented is among the company’s main goals, and MedVision seeks to provide quick and professional support.

Mentice: Mentice is a medical device company that produces software and hardware surgical simulation solutions for endovascular therapies. Founded in 1999, the company’s products are designed to help healthcare professionals acquire, retain and enhance their procedural skills. Their neurovascular, cardiovascular, and peripheral intervention solutions help healthcare professionals acquire, retain and enhance their procedural skills driving improved productivity and outcomes, all of which are scientifically validated and have been specifically developed for healthcare providers and the medical device industry.

Minogue Medical: Founded in 1986, Minogue Medical Inc. is a Canadian-owned distributing company specializing in leading-edge medical devices, ranging from surgical robots to one-time-use operating room products. The company focuses on distributing the highest quality technology and giving our customers the best care available 24 hours a day.

Moulage Concepts: Moulage Concepts help bridge the gap in healthcare simulation by training leaders to optimize performance by increasing the realism of scenario development through the use of medical moulage makeup. Founded by Bobbie Merica, CEO, the company highlights the need to create interactive training solutions in patient presentations that meet clinical simulation needs including competency, patient safety, and emergency preparedness. Moulage Concepts was established in 2009 after Merica discovered there was a true absence of moulage-specific learning solutions across clinical facilities and hospital settings. In response, she developed the first of a series of 3D moulage wounds and training workshops specific to training outcomes.

Moulage Sciences and Training: Moulage Sciences and Training (MST) recreates the intensity, complexity and stress of emergency trauma care using the latest techniques in special effects makeup artistry. MST offers a comprehensive portfolio of immersive moulage training products that are skin safe, durable, and reusable. MST also provides a variety of training courses designed to help you reach your greatest potential in the field of moulage. MST instructors have an extensive professional background, including special effects makeup for film and television, fine art, and science. The Moulage Sciences & Training skilled artists can also create custom moulage for your exercise or drill using a variety of professional products and techniques. They have traveled all over the country with professional special effects makeup artists to do moulage for a multitude of scenarios, including military training, disaster drills, professional demonstrations, and hospital triage.

Nasco Healthcare: Nasco Healthcare, also known as eNasco, is a subsidiary of the healthcare technology company, Nasco, that develops digital solutions focused on community-driven innovation in the classroom and for clinical simulation programs. Since Nasco’s founding in 1941, the company has supplied hundreds of agricultural-related education products and learning aids, all with agricultural sciences and vocational agriculture educators in mind. The company wants to help bring learning to life in educational settings, such as healthcare simulation labs and beyond, through the use of these solutions and the experiences they create.

neosim: Founded by Swiss clinical experts with a strong background in lung physiology and mechanical ventilation, neosim was built on the principles of developing simulators that have autonomous physiology. These simulators are based on published scientific data and are as close to reality as possible. The company’s mission is to save lives from day one by using these autonomous simulators. For the training and education of clinicians, especially respiratory therapists and intensive care professionals, neosim simulators create realistic breathing in health and disease.

Noldus: Noldus, also known as Noldus Information Technology, develops software, instruments, integrated systems, and services for behavioral research, including recording systems for debriefing purposes in healthcare simulation. These solutions are designed to provide scientists and practitioners the ability to enhance the quality of their data, increase productivity and make optimal use of human resources. The company is inspired by scientific and societal challenges and wants to help ensure customers can respond to the demands of today and prepare for those of tomorrow. With Noldus solutions, users will gain the insight they need into processes, human performance, and communication in medical simulation.

Nordic Simulators: Nordic Simulators is an education company that develops and manufactures technological solutions for learning environments in various fields, including healthcare simulation. Headquartered in Lahti, Southern Finland, the company’s services cover space and action plans made on the basis of needs assessments, technical implementations, and pedagogical aspects. Nordic Simulators’ products include A/V recording solutions with virtual reality facilities. They also include sound and special effects for fixed clinical simulation training rooms and easy-to-use recording solutions for mobile training.

Northwestern Simulation: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has developed valuable resources and programs for healthcare simulation professionals. Researchers at NorthWestern Simulation, a leading medical simulation program under University Feinberg School of Medicine, have developed a simulation-based mastery learning (SBML) approach to assist simulationists/educators in training healthcare providers through competency-based education. Since 2010, Northwestern Simulation has provided a safe training environment for thousands of students and healthcare professionals. The faculty expertise and access to the latest simulation technology have made Northwestern Simulation a nationally recognized leader in the field of simulation-based training.

Operative Experience Inc.: Operative Experience Inc. makes hands-in-the-body medical simulators for obstetrics, trauma, and surgical training. Headquartered in North East, Maryland, Operative Experience Inc.’s mission is to revolutionize surgical and medical team training. Using these high-fidelity simulation manikins, and with a rigorous experiential instructional paradigm, OEI works to reduce training costs while increasing training effectiveness and retention. The company is dedicated to applying this medical simulation technology throughout the continuum of care, from tactical operations in the field to emergency procedures in the operating room.

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. The vision of ORamaVR is to change current medical education standards and improve health outcomes through the use of virtual reality in medicine by providing hands-on medical and surgical training.

OSSO VR: OSSO VR is a virtual reality surgical simulation training and assessment platform. The company, founded in 2016 in Palo Alto, California, 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. To open up access to the latest techniques and innovations, healthcare and education facilities need solutions that remotely connect surgeons, sales teams, and hospital staff in VP and in the operating room. OSSO VR does just that.

OtoSim: Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, OtoSim Inc. is a healthcare simulation company focused on otoscopy and ophthalmoscopy training. The company’s simulation units and processes can be used to train medical learners in otoscopy, or the use of an otoscope to examine the ear. OtoSim’s medical training technologies have been adopted in Canada, the United States, and elsewhere globally by medical schools, nursing schools, physician assistant programs, and allied health programs, as well as teaching hospitals and clinics.

Oxford Medical Simulation: Oxford Medical Simulation (OMS) is a virtual reality platform that delivers quality, evidence-based, and highly realistic simulation. The platform, headquartered in Boston, assists in efficiently and effectively training healthcare professionals in world-class patient management practices to improve patient care, and without the possibility of risking real human lives. In establishing this platform, Oxford Medical Simulation removed the barriers of cost, low throughput, and limited accessibility by offering all training scenarios virtually.

Paradigm Medical Systems: Specialists in realistic childbirth and OB/GYN simulation. Paradigm Medical Systems provides class-leading task trainers built with proprietary flesh-like materials and functional skeletal systems, thus enabling practice of a vast array of key micro skills with remarkable realism. Constructed by MODEL-med in Australia specifically for realistic tactile feedback to develop useful muscle memory for routine and emergency scenarios such as shoulder dystocia, breech, operative vaginal delivery, pelvic exams, perineal laceration repair, obstetric assessments, postpartum hemorrhage, and more. Customers describe these task trainers as the “gold standard” for women’s healthcare simulation.

PCS: PCS’s story began back in the 1990s when the founders engaged on a journey around patient healthcare simulation and standardized patient methodologies. The team has since worked with some of the most innovative experts in healthcare simulation as they developed disruptive products.

PediEdTrics: Pedi-Ed-Trics Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC is one of the largest companies dedicated to pediatric emergency education in the United States. Owned and operated by husband and wife team, Scott and Lisa DeBoer, the two travel the globe presenting wherever there is a need for additional peds training, from seminars to hands-on labs and also producing their own unique pediatric training/educational materials that are geared to both hospital and EMS. Their goal is to provide memorable/useful products and classes for medical professionals of all levels. With a sincere hope to take even a little of the fear that is associated with pediatric emergency care away and ultimately improve the outcomes for the tiniest patients.

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. The concept for PeriopSim draws from many years of experience in surgery simulation research and product development. The solution was developed in close collaboration with surgeons, nurses, healthcare simulation educators, and neuroscientists to ensure accuracy and realistic learning outcomes.

Plan 3D: At Plan 3D, we specialize in designing Small Skin Task Trainers, committed to enhancing students’ learning experiences for tasks they’ll encounter daily in their professional lives. Our task trainers simulate exceptionally realistic scenarios, enabling students to practice more effectively. For example, our pressure ulcer pad exhibits remarkable realism—it can be debrided, and upon reaching the muscle, it bleeds realistically! Empower your students by refining their technical skills. With Plan 3D’s task trainers, you can conduct more training sessions without investing in expensive full-scale manikins or sacrificing space. Prepare for a future of excellence in health education with our cutting-edge small skin task trainers, optimizing every resource for your students’ success.

Pocket Nurse: Pocket Nurse is a U.S.-based company that makes and distributes medical supplies and equipment for healthcare simulation and education in medicine, nursing, EMS, pharmacy, and other allied health groups. The company’s products are extensively used in nursing simulation but have applications across the entire range of the medical simulation industry. Today, one of Pocket Nurse’s most popular product lines is their Demo Dose medications. The company has been consistently willing to create new practice medications and packaging to match changing clinical practices.

Polhemus: Polhemus is a 3D motion-tracking technology company that delivers six degrees of freedom motion measurement systems, digitizing products, eye-tracking systems, and handheld 3D laser scanners, which are all commonly used in medical simulation systems. The Polhemus brand delivers high-performance and cost-effective solutions with sensors that are low latency and completely embeddable. Headquartered in Colchester, Vermont, the company has been working to produce and distribute cutting-edge applications across the world for over 40 years, establishing patient safety through medical simulator solutions.

Precision OS: Precision OS is an innovative orthopedic virtual reality simulation software company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. The healthcare simulation company combines orthopedic surgeons with high-end game developers who work together to enhance the expertise of surgical simulation training worldwide. Precision OS prides itself on having immense educational solutions and value, as the company is constantly building tools to improve patient outcomes while minimizing complications.

Remedy Simulation Group: Remedy Simulation Group is a healthcare simulation industry leader in nursing simulation aids and also in the medical contract manufacturing field. The company believes that medical simulation plays an important role in the future of healthcare, and provides customers with two distinct ways to interface with the company: medical simulation training products and contract manufacturing for simulation products. Ultimately, Remedy Sim’s innovative products help learners studying in the medical disciplines to develop important and necessary skills by providing tactile, realistic scenarios for learning.

Sectra AB: Sectra AB is an information technology and services company founded in 1978 in Linköping, Sweden, by Viiveke Fåk, Ingemar Ingemarsson, Rolf Blom, and Robert Forchheimer. The company now provides educational and training tools for medical simulation. Through developing solutions and services for a medical imaging IT and cybersecurity, the company has helped hospitals using healthcare simulation worldwide to enhance their efficiency of care, critical social functions and authorities, as well as defense forces.

Sentinel U: Sentinel U, formerly Healthcare Learning Innovations, is an e-learning company that works to meet the evolving needs of healthcare education and training by providing simulation-based technologies and virtual learning tools. Founded in 2013, Sentinel U helps advance nursing academic education and healthcare professional training through virtual clinicals that are engaging, effective, and economic. Aligning outcomes with AACN BSN Essentials, QSEN Competencies, and NCLEX categories, Sentinel U provides nursing learners and practicing nurses with online simulations that are convenient to safely practice healthcare and patient scenarios anywhere, at any time, while earning virtual clinical hours.

Sim2grow: Nursing simulation company sim2GROW is the developer of a medication administration system, which serves as an all-inclusive system addressing two major limitations encountered by nursing education programs. These limitations relate to teaching best practices of medication administration: price point and fidelity. With this in mind, sim2grow’s medication administration system offers low-cost solutions with a high-tech feel, allowing for unlimited high-stakes skill practice in the safety of a nursing lab. In addition to their solutions, sim2grow teams up with nursing lab coordinators and faculty members who wish to develop a strategic clinical simulation curriculum through the use of technology to promote safe practice.

Simbionix: Simbionix is a surgical simulation, training and education solutions company that specializes in 3D printing, software and anatomical models. The company was founded in 1997 in Littleton, Colorado, but was acquired by 3D Systems in 2014. Now under the name 3D Systems, the company provides a complete solution for clinical simulation training programs. Simbionix remains committed to the advancement of clinical performance and optimization of procedural outcomes through simulation education and collaboration.

SIMCharacters: SIMCharacters is a patient training, safety, and consulting company that was founded in 2012 in Vienna, Austria, by Dr. Jens-Christian Schwindt, a leading expert in neonatology and healthcare simulation education. Since the company was founded, SIMCharacters has broken new ground in the development of small patient simulators, and combines know-how in medicine, lifelike anatomy, and high-class animation technology. The goal of SIMCharacters is to improve the quality of care for critically ill children, especially term and preterm infants.

Simclusive : Simclusive is an exciting new way to train cultural competencies by connecting Standardized Patients (SPs) of diverse lived experiences to learners and providers nationwide via online simulated video visits. With a growing library of scenarios focused on intersectional LGBTQ+ topics developed by experienced providers, Simclusive offers authentic 1-to-1 psychologically safe practice from virtually anywhere. Simclusive is working with institutions and organizations to improve education, training, care, and equity for all students, residents, fellows, and providers. Learn more about this convenient and impactful learning method.

SimConverse: SimConverse is a simulation platform that uses generative AI to play the role of any patient, colleague, or casualty. Communication is a skill like any other and requires practice. With SimConverse users have a dedicated simulation platform with total flexibility to integrate into and extend their curriculum.

SIMStation: SIMStation is a manufacturer of audiovisual 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. The hope is that these clinical simulation solutions will help maximize sustainable security across all industry professionals.

SimTutor: SimTutor is an eLearning company that provides low-cost, easy-to-learn platforms to deliver trackable simulation-based training anytime and anywhere. Their purpose is to revolutionize the learning experience, making it more immersive, interactive, and effective. They empower learners and educators with cutting-edge technology that brings knowledge to life and enables skill acquisition in a safe and engaging environment that complements and augments your existing investment in hardware-based simulation resources. Their SIMTICS library of ready-to-use simulations provides experiential learning for allied health and medical students and professionals that helps them achieve mastery of important clinical procedures. Their authoring platform, SimTutor Author, makes it easy to create interactive and engaging simulations, transforming video (eg. videos of sim sessions), photos, images and PowerPoint files into scenario-based branching simulations with decision points, hot spots and other interactive learning features.

SimsUshare Command Training Center: The SimsUshare Command Training Center (CTC) is a healthcare simulation training solution that includes a virtual incident command simulator, fire simulator, Hazmat simulator, safety simulator, and command training center. Founded in 2000, SimsUshare solutions offer a safe way for learners to improve training and skills on all fire and command hazards while maintaining patient safety. SimsUshare aims to improve the development and use of fire and safety simulations across learning environments for learners of all skill levels.

Simucase: Simucase is an innovative educational platform that allows speech-language pathology, audiology, occupational therapy, and physical therapy learners to evaluate and treat a library of virtual patients. This personalized learning platform is designed to help learners succeed by offering a means to observe, assess, diagnose and provide intervention for virtual patients through interactive clinical simulations and repeated practice. Founded in 2000, the resource uses the latest in healthcare simulation technology to simultaneously encourage critical thinking and facilitate alternative clinical education in a no-risk learning environment, increasing patient safety.

Simulab: Simulab Corporation is a medical simulation company that specializes in soft tissue task trainers, mostly in surgical simulation. The Seattle-based company’s most notable product is a surgery simulator called TraumaMan, which was first developed in 2001 for use in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) training programs but is now used worldwide. Simulab focuses on creating realistic human anatomy with easy setup and teardown training tools. The company works closely with leading medical educators to develop their vast array of healthcare simulation task trainers. Through realistic medical simulators, Simulab is able to immerse learners into simulated experiences.

Simulaids: Simulaids is a trauma moulage production company that has provided cutting-edge training solutions for over 50 years. The company has been producing trauma moulage products since 1963, making the Simulaid-brand among the first commercially available wounds for EMS practice. Based in New York, the company follows all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocols and manikin instructions to maintain the highest quality products. This work is all done in an attempt to improve healthcare education, healthcare simulation, and patient safety through more realistic training aids.

SimVS: SimVS has emerged as a trailblazer in developing affordable simulated medical device technology. With a groundbreaking line of virtual patient monitors, assessment devices, IV Pumps, defibrillators, and more, SimVS has revolutionized how medical professionals and clinical students train and practice skills. Today, SimVS is one of the world’s most successful providers of simulated medical device monitors, boasting thousands of unit installations on devices across the globe.

SimX: SimX, previously called SimXAR, is a healthcare software company specializing in medical simulation, virtual reality, augmented reality, and medical training and education. The company brings virtual and augmented reality into the realm of healthcare simulation and training. The company was founded by physicians in training at Stanford, the University of California at San Francisco, and University of California at Los Angeles.

Skillqube Training: Skillqube Training is a healthcare simulation training solutions company headquartered in Wiesloch, Germany. Founded in 2013, the company develops holistic simulation and training solutions for use across clinical and preclinical care. Skillqube Training supports education and training through the use of the company’s own ECG patient simulation and audio-video debriefing systems. All Skillqube Training software is made in Germany and Switzerland, and is based on years of medical training experience.

SmartMan: SmartMan is a healthcare simulation company that provides high-fidelity simulation systems focusing on emergency resuscitation. Each medical simulation system produced by SmartMan includes a simulation manikin, advanced sensors, analog to digital converters, software to display the performance data, and tools to process the data. The training products are scientific instruments that provide accurate measurement of all parameters that relate to emergency skills performance.

Sim Skills Made Easy: Are you a nurse practitioner faculty, physician assistant or medical program faculty looking to develop your student’s clinical skills in a way that is both effective and engaging? Look no further than Sims Skills Made Easy Virtual Simulation! This innovative program uses digital patients in an urgent care environment to teach simple interrupted suturing techniques and other essential clinical skills. Through immersive and interactive features, Sims Skills Made Easy Virtual Simulation provides a scaffolded learning experience tailored to your student’s individual needs. With this approach, you’ll be able to sharpen your students’ problem-solving skills and provide a solid foundation for success in their clinical careers while enjoying the learning experience. If you’re a faculty member looking to improve your students’ clinical skills, Sims Skills Made Easy Virtual Simulation is the perfect tool to help you achieve your goals. Sign up today and see how this program can transform your students’ learning experience at Sim Skills Made Easy.

SMOTS UK: SMOTS UK is an audiovisual healthcare simulation recording system with hardware and software that uses A/V recording systems and vital sign readings to simulate medical procedures. The SMOTS UK system is manufactured by Scotia UK plc in Edinburgh, Scotland. Founded in 2005, the company launched with a 24-bed installation at Oxford Brookes School of Health and Social Care. As technology is at the heart of effective communication, the SMOTS UK system was designed to provide a full-service offering so the system suits the best needs of all clients.

SonoSim: Founded in 2011, SonoSim is an integrated ultrasound training solution that offers engaging didactic courses, hands-on training, and knowledge assessments. While headquartered in Santa Monica, there is no physical location where SonoSim regularly holds classes at. Instead, SonoSim is accessed through personal computers virtually anywhere over the cloud.

Spectrum Educational Supplies Limited: Spectrum’s ten discipline-specific educational catalogs have been instrumental in bringing the classroom to life with products designed with a common purpose – education. The company’s catalogs cover Mathematics, Secondary Mathematics, Science, Secondary Science, Elementary Education, Arts & Crafts, Physical Education, Early Childhood, Literacy, and Special Education. They contain thousands of products that are used around the world in educating children. Spectrum Educational Supplies Limited offers IT-based products, plastic manipulatives, and thousands of product-specific resource books.

Stitch Media: Stitch Media is an interactive production company telling stories with technology. The company creates thoughtful immersive experiences for clients through web, mobile, AR/VR, and games.

Stratasys: Stratasys is a 3D printing and additive manufacturing company that is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, and Rehovot, Israel. For over 30 years, the company has been pioneering the future of office-based rapid prototyping and direct digital manufacturing solutions through the development of 3D printers and 3D production systems. In addition to printers and materials, the company also offers decades of knowledge, consulting, training, workflow management, and end-to-end support.

Strategic Operations: Strategic Operations (STOPS) provides Hyper-Realistic® tactical medical training services and products to the military, law enforcement, first responders, and other organizations responsible for homeland security. STOPS pioneered the introduction of “Hollywood” style special effects and practices into live tactical training – explosions, weapons, realistic props, foreign language-speaking actors, and casualty actors. Since the introduction of medical simulation systems such as the Cut Suit (CS), STOPS now offers Advanced Surgical Skills Packages (ASSP), which can be utilized in the CS or the Open Surgical Simulation System (OS3), the world’s only open surgical simulator.

Surgical Science: Surgical Science is a computer software company that has been serving as a leading supplier of virtual reality simulators and surgical simulators for medical training purposes for over 20 years. Headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, the healthcare simulation company produces training systems for laparoscopic and endoscopic simulation that are used by medical training centers and institutes worldwide for practice, proof of performance, and certification of learners, surgeons, and physicians. Surgical Science’s mission is to provide learners with a platform capable of training them in the fundamental and technical components involved in surgery before they set foot in an operating room environment.

Surgical Theater: Surgical Theater is a virtual and augmented reality-based healthcare services company that combines cutting-edge fighter jet flight simulation technology with a patient’s own anatomy scans. This is achieved through the use of medical imaging such as MRI, CT, and DTI, to create a 360°-3D virtual reality reconstruction of the patient’s own anatomy and pathology. The company’s precision VR revolutionizes patient engagement opportunities in the clinic while providing cutting-edge surgical planning and navigation capabilities in the operating room, as well as powerful tools for medical education and collaboration.

Survival Tech: Survival Tech – Africa is a leading supplier of medical training products to training institutions in Africa and the Indian Ocean islands. We are proud to have formed business relationships with major world wide suppliers which include:Laerdal Medical, Limbs and Things, 3B Scientific, Cardionics, iSimulate, Ruth Lee, Adam Rouilly Simulab, SonoSim, OtoSim, Ingmar Medical, Health Edco, Childbirth Graphics, Cardionics, Nasco Healthcare and others.

Symgery: (Formally OSSimTech) was founded in 2013.  Bringing engineers, doctors, and other medical professionals together, Symgery focuses on integrating hardware, software, and human interaction together to improve the learning experience.  Headquartered in Quebec, Canada, the clinical simulation company offers a diverse portfolio of simulation products focused on medical education.  They focus on providing a more controlled, more personal, and more connected approach while utilizing their proprietary Symgery software which includes a detailed assessment process for ease of use.

SyncSim: is a new virtual nursing simulation company SyncSim providing a synchronous, virtual simulation platform. SyncSim assists nursing programs in providing meaningful clinical experiences to students by offering remote sessions complete with qualified live nursing instructors and patients. SyncSim currently offers 36 clinical events aligned across the RN curriculum, including specialty areas like behavioral, maternal, pediatric, and population health. Additionally, the company’s diverse experiences integrate relevant concepts such as cultural competency, social determinants of health, and exposure to high risk, low frequency encounters.

SynDaver: SynDaver Labs is a medical simulation manufacturing company that designs and builds experimentally validated synthetic human tissues, body parts, and human bodies for the purposes of medical education. In providing these products to healthcare simulation programs, the company has developed an extensive catalog of synthetic tissues based on a database of the living tissue properties in humans and animals. This database has been curated over a span of time and is extremely detailed. Now referred to more simply as SynDaver, the Tampa, Florida-based company was founded in 2004 to commercialize a novel system of synthetic human body parts for the medical device industry, as well as for academic purposes.

Tactical Medical Solutions: TacMed, formerly Trauma F/X, develops and manufactures customized emergency response technology, advanced healthcare simulation and training aids, and personal protective gear to effectively manage a spectrum of hostile environments and injuries. The company’s passion is to serve and to protect the health of communities, both at home and abroad. TacMed’s commitment to this life-saving mission is only matched by the integrity of the company’s team, the durability of products, and renowned customer support services.

The Chamberlain Group: The Chamberlain Group is a medical simulation company that designs, develops, and manufactures anatomically accurate healthcare simulation models, or medical simulators. These simulated training products can capture the consistency and response of living tissue, providing an alternative to the use of animals and cadavers during interventional training. Today, the Chamberlain Group’s custom virtual anatomy and simulated anatomy tools are recognized globally for their superior visual and experiential realism.

The Debriefing Academy: The Debriefing Academy is a healthcare education company that provides the advanced content, strategies, and tools necessary to transform debriefing conversations into vehicles of change within healthcare and medical simulation environments. The company offers an immersive 3 1/2-day course that focuses on improving debriefing skills by weaving together several important elements of debriefing and feedback in practice. This course offers learning experiences designed to enhance the impact of debriefing conversations within businesses, organizations, and simulation centers.

TraumaSim: The TraumaSim Group is a healthcare simulation company that specializes in medically accurate trauma training and moulage solutions. Located in Australia and the United States, the company’s solutions have proven effective in training across emergency services, military, mining, process and manufacturing, clinical simulation, education, and corporate industries. The TraumaSim company also recently acquired TraumaSim has been providing moulage services designed to simulate traumatic injury, disease, and medical conditions for the training and assessment of medics and healthcare professionals since 2008.

TruCorp: TruCorp is a medical simulation training device company that specializes in anatomically correct airway management simulators, emergency simulators, and surgical simulation trainers. In addition to medical training manikins, the company also offers a regional anesthesia trainer and an app for healthcare professionals. TruCorp designs, engineers and produces a wide variety of these simulation manikins while remaining committed to healthcare best practices and patient wellbeing. The company’s products, which are used globally, come in both adult and pediatric models.

TrueClot: TrueClot bleeding control training products provide unprecedented realism for all levels of training from beginner civilian Stop the Bleed courses to advanced Tactical Emergency and Combat Casualty Care (TECC and TCCC) for EMS and military first responders. TrueClot Blood Simulant feels and behaves like human blood and forms realistic clots with TrueClot Simulated Hemostatic Gauze. Thanks to this patented technology, TrueClot’s Wound Packing Task Trainers and Tourniquet Application Trainer provide lifelike training solutions for every training environment. These low-cost, high-quality products are used around the world, ensuring the readiness of EMS personnel and civilians to deliver life-saving bleeding control.

U-ARE: U-ARE is a full-service digital creative agency specializing in emerging technologies including AR, VR, and AI. The company is in the business of finding and applying future technologies to real-world problems through immersive, visually rich solutions that engage users and drive customer satisfaction.

UbiSim: UbiSim is a multidisciplinary team of nursing educators, healthcare simulation experts, software engineers, and 3D artists, working to combine nursing simulation and virtual reality for an immersive learning experience. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, the company’s goal is to make nursing simulation more affordable, more accessible, and more realistic than ever. Using unique benefits presented through immersive virtual reality in medicine, UbiSim offers a complete simulation lab on a flexible platform. This allows the user to create and experience realistic clinical situations without needing to access physical simulation centers that are often booked months ahead of time.

UpSurgeonUpSurgeOn offers you a series of virtual and physical surgical simulation technologies, based on scientific literature and created by a multidisciplinary team of neurosurgeons, developers, digital artists, modellers and bio-engineers.The UpSurgeOn Academy is a technologically-advanced sequence of virtual and physical technologies designed to support Mental and Manual training and advance cognitive and motor skills.

Ventriloscope: Ventriloscope is a medical device company that manufactured one of the first healthcare simulation stethoscopes in 2008. Invented by Dr. Paul Lecat, the company’s scopes and accessories are backed by research, and the goal is to stress the importance of proper physical examinations and diagnosis. Vebntriloscope believes that the next frontier in mortality reduction will come by using clinical simulation training to help professionals recognize crucial findings and act early to prevent the next code.

VEO: VEO has grown to meet needs across education, clinical training, and corporate learning. Key clients include LV=, NHS, National Institute of School Leadership (US) and household name Publishers, and over 30 Universities worldwide. The company has developed a trusted customer base across five continents and over 20 countries.

VirtaMed: Virtamed is a healthcare simulation company headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, that offers simulators for medical training and education. Through both medical training simulators and custom-made simulators, VirtaMed develops and produces highly realistic surgical tools for medical education and training purposes. The company’s mission is to alter the way medical skills are taught so that learners can receive feedback regarding their skill levels prior to treating patients first-hand. This helps to eliminate potential risk factors that could cause harm to real-life patients.

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. The Virti learning solution also provides analytics that intelligently predict how a learner will perform under pressure before they enter a real environment, increasing patient safety, and situational awareness. 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 in training spend.

Virtual Medical Coaching: Virtual Medical Coaching treats learning as an accountable, results-orientated tool. Developing state-of-the-art immersive simulation for medical and allied health learners which enables safe, accurate training. This is intertwined with individual adaptive digital learning to prepare the learners for the experiences. Feedback is provided immediately using easy to view dashboards. This lowers costs and improves training far beyond what physical sim or just VR sim can offer.

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, and skills-based training. 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. Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, Vosaic’s visual recording system and markup tools help educators, learners and researchers discover indicators valuable to performance improvement and research outcomes.

VRPatients: VRPatients is a physiologically based clinical simulation training platform that immerses a healthcare provider or first responder into actual case scenarios. Headquartered in Wilmington, Ohio, the VRPatients healthcare simulation training platform allows learners to interview, assess, diagnose and treat patients in real-time. This technology offers many advantages that traditional classroom training alone cannot provide.

VR Medical SIM: The Netherlands-based VR Medical SIM XR portfolio offers a range of options for medical simulation training, including the use of existing applications, modification of existing applications, or even the development of tailor-made applications to meet your specific training needs. By leveraging XR technology, the team creates immersive and realistic training environments that enhance learning outcomes and improve critical decision-making skills. The company provides XR solutions through VR CPR, First Aid, Firefighter, Paramedic, VRPatients, Human Anatomy VR, Resuscitation, Virtual Classrooms, Trauma Sims, Dialogue trainers and more.

Wallcur: Wallcur is a simulated medications and practi-products company that specializes in healthcare simulation training and education. The company provides simulation solutions designed for nurses, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians, medical corps professionals, and other allied health program learners around the world. Wallcur was born out of a desire to teach future nurses using an innovative approach to learning.

WISER: The Winter Institute for Simulation Education and Research (also known as WISER) is a world-class multidisciplinary healthcare simulation training and research facility out of UPMC. An institute of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the WISER Simulation Center’s mission is to conduct research and training programs utilizing clinical simulation-based education to increase patient safety at the UPMC and the school’s affiliates. The UPMC WISER facility is directed by Dr. Paul Phrampus, MD, who is also a professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology at the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine.

Wolters Kluwer: Wolters Kluwer is a global provider of professional information, software solutions, and services for clinicians, accountants, lawyers, and tax, finance, audit, risk, compliance, and regulatory sectors. The company seeks to accomplish the mission of delivering deep impact when impact matters most through protecting people’s health and prosperity and contributing to a safe and just society. To accomplish this goal, Wolters Kluwer utilizes trusted clinical technology and evidence-based solutions that drive effective decision-making and outcomes across healthcare. For example, the company’s clinical simulation solutions provide leading EHR training, virtual simulations, and evidence-based answers and guidance at point-of-learning and point-of-care.

XRenegades: XRenegades is a consulting studio that specializes in immersive virtual and augmented reality, 360-degree tour design, technology training, and a VR/AR reseller. The company helps clients create a complete, end-to-end immersive technology plan and implementation process that is right for them.

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