In Denver, HealthONE is now using virtual reality (VR) to practice certain scenarios that are high stakes or hard to simulate.
At the Center for Clinical Advancement in Englewood, HealthONE registered nurse Mary Aung is going through a virtual reality simulation of a fire in an operating room.
NYC Health + Hospitals Debuts Obstetrics Virtual Reality Technology as Part of Its Ongoing, Comprehensive Maternal Health Simulation Trainings
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced the introduction of new virtual reality (VR) technology to its course library of obstetrics (OB) simulation trainings. Co-developed with Health Scholars, a provider of innovative VR healthcare simulations, OB providers across the City’s health care system will be able to hone in on skills to earlier detect and successfully address rare but life-threatening health conditions that can present during labor and delivery.
Relias Partners With Health Scholars, Leading Healthcare Virtual Reality Company, to Improve OB Provider Care
Relias, trusted partner to more than 11,000 healthcare organizations and 4.5 million caregivers, announced today that it has partnered with Health Scholars, the leading provider of virtual reality (VR) clinical training for healthcare professionals, to further Relias' commitment to pursue innovative technology by enhancing its obstetrics (OB) product offerings.
Unless you’re living under a real-life rock, you’ve likely heard that Facebook, Microsoft, and Walmart are all making land grabs for the metaverse, a domain of the internet where individuals [...]
U.K.-based Oxford VR, which is backed by Optum Ventures, offers a clinically validated virtual reality platform to treat mental health patients. MindMaze recently raised $100 million in funding for its virtual reality technology that has primarily been used for stroke victim therapy in European hospitals. Health Scholars uses VR for clinical training...
With results indicating VR’s effectiveness – and cost savings up to 83% – VR is on its way to becoming a viable alternative to train and assess competencies at scale and a legitimate solution to preventing ACLS skills decay that contribute to poor survival outcomes.
New VR training app to combat advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) skills decay and improve cardiac arrest survival rates
Health Scholars’ virtual reality training prevents ACLS skills decay by enabling learners to physically engage in code situations at an appropriate frequency. It’s realistic, clinically accurate and can be completed at the convenience of the learner.” - Daniel Katz, Anesthesiologist, ACLS Instructor
Aya Healthcare Partners with Health Scholars to Bring Virtual Reality and Simulated Learning to Aya’s Travelers
Aya Healthcare, the company transforming healthcare staffing and workforce solutions nationally, announced its partnership with Health Scholars today. Aya will leverage Health Scholars' screen-based and virtual reality simulation course content to provide advanced continuing education to their travelers.