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July 26, 2021

Osso VR Raises $27 Million to Expand Surgical Simulation Training

In July 2021, Osso VR announced that the company has raised $27 million to help expand efforts to train physicians and other medical professionals through the use of virtual reality surgical simulation experiences. According to Osso VR, numerous hospitals have validated the company’s VR medical device simulation training and assessment platform resources as an effective [...]

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July 22, 2021

Can Medical VR Applications Replace Clinical Training?

Advancements in technology have made virtual reality (VR) more realistic and immersive for the user. VR apps are increasingly becoming a part of undergraduate and graduate medical education, as well as continuing medical education around the world. To allow for continuing medical education since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, medical VR applications are now [...]

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July 19, 2021

Health Scholars’ Strengthens EMS Portfolio to Meet Virtual Learning Demand

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. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the company saw hospital engagement slow, but this shift in momentum allowed Health Scholars to strengthen the company’s EMS portfolio. [...]

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July 15, 2021

CyberPatient’s Virtual Patient Experiences Closes Gap Between Theory & Practice

The gap between the theory and practice of medicine means that medical learners have to gain practical knowledge on actual patients. This traditional practical method creates unnecessary risks to patients and additional costs to the healthcare system. The risks have the potential to shake the confidence of learners, who may then feel unprepared and less [...]

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