Virtual/AR Training- Medical

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Microsoft’s HoloLens, Osso VR (virtual reality), Vivid Vision, Medical Augmented Intelligence (MAI), SurgeonMR, Proprio, FundamentalVR, Surgical Theater, Syncthink, and Elite VR Training are ten companies that provide AR/VR training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy. The next section features brief descriptions of each company, including a link to their websites as a citation.

Microsoft’s HoloLens

Osso VR

Vivid Vision

Medical Augmented Intelligence

  • MIA provides immersive medical education and simulation.
  • Presently, MIA offers BodyMap, which involves teaching and exams in a virtual world, along with AcuMap, a simulation solution for various acupuncture needling procedures.

SurgeonMR

  • SurgeonMR is a mixed reality technology being developed by Ehsan Azimi, a PhD candidate in computer science at Johns Hopkins University.
  • The idea behind the mixed-reality technology — SurgeonMR is to provide immersive training and practice in surgical procedures.

Proprio

FundamentalVR

Surgical Theater

SyncThink

Elite VR Training

  • Elite VR Training provides VR training services for various industries such as medical, manufacturing, oil & gas, construction, etc.
  • Its medical training solutions are about deploying VR for emergency response training, skills training, and for treatment purposes.

Research Methodology

To find the ten examples of companies that provide AR/VR training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy, we started by looking at reports about VR in healthcare. In these reports, we found several lists of examples of companies providing AR/VR training services in those specified fields, which are published by Medical Futuristic, Medica Tradefair, BuiltIn, Medtech Boston, and Business Wire. While these lists did not feature enough examples, we continued by searching for the direct competitors of those companies offering AR/VR training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy by looking at their profiles on business intelligence vendors like Crunchbase, Zoominfo, and Hoovers. Overall, the two approaches allowed us to curate the list of ten companies offering AR/VR training in the medical fields of medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy.
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Medivis, ExplORer Surgical, Ghost Productions, Jasoren, Simbionix, Precision OS, MediView XR, ORamaVR, NeuroVR, and Varjo are ten more companies that provide AR/VR training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy. Their details are provided below, including links to their websites as in-text citations.

Medivis

ExplORer Surgical

Ghost Productions

Jasoren

Simbionix

Precision OS

MediView XR

ORamaVR

NeuroVR

Varjo

Research Methodology

Using examples of companies listed in reports about companies offering augmented reality and virtual reality solutions in medicine, we managed to create the list of ten more companies that provide AR/VR training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy. Using the research methodologies deployed in finding the first ten companies in this field, we managed to uncover numerous examples from the lists published by Statnews, Penn Medicine Health system, Business Wire, and Nanalyze. Additionally, we checked for the true competitors of these companies on business intelligence tools like Hoovers, Zoominfo, and Crunchbase, to add on to the list. Importantly, each company was thoroughly checked to ensure it is based in the U.S. and provides either augmented reality or virtual reality training, or both.
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American College of Surgeons, Surgical First Assistant Program (Online), Decker Surgery, GIBLIB, NSF's eLearning — Medical Devices Training, CFPA Medical Devices/Diagnostics, Coursera, U.S. Stem Cell Training, ISSCA Stem Cell Training, and Stemcell Technologies are examples of ten companies that offer online training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy. Below are brief descriptions of each company, including relevant details about their training programs.

American College of Surgeons

  • The American College of Surgeons is currently offering online training in ultrasound for surgeons.
  • The organization offers six different training packages, with fellows paying $275, associates $130, resident members $130, affiliate MD/DO members $275, medical student members $65, and non-members pay $350.

Surgical First Assistant Program (Online)

Decker Surgery

GIBLIB

  • GIBLIB offers extensive online training in surgical procedures and other medical fields via web video, mobile audio, and virtual reality. The company charges $49 per month and $499 per year for the standard package, and $999 for the premium yearly subscription, which includes watching videos and completing assessments.

NSF's eLearning — Medical Devices Training

CFPA Medical Devices/Diagnostics

Coursera

  • Coursera offers many online training programs for pharmaceutical developments, which are facilitated by different universities within the U.S. For instance, they offer an online program facilitated by the University of Minnesota called "Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Innovations."

U.S. Stem Cell Training

ISSCA Stem Cell Training

Stemcell Technologies

Research Methodology

To find the examples of companies that offer online training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy profiled above, your research team examined different industry reports about surgical training, medical devices training, pharmaceutical development training, and stem cell training. Fortunately, we came across a comprehensive list of surgical training programs published by Surgical Education. Likewise, we came across numerous medical reports on training programs and courses in stem cell therapy, medical devices, and pharmaceutical developments. However, we found out that these online training programs are primarily offered by medical institutions as well as companies with that specific expertise; for instance, U.S. Stem Cell Training and Stemcell Technologies. Other online eLearning platforms such as Coursera have listed several courses for different universities providing medical courses. Overall, a total of ten examples of companies are provided above that offer training in medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy.
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Touch Surgery, Drexel Online, Cedar Interactive, PAHO medical devices training, WMDO medical devices online training, BioPharma Institute, Metabolic Medical Institute (MMI), the AABB Cellular Therapies Certificate Program, R3 Online Stem Cell Training program, and City of Hope Online CME are ten additional examples of companies that offer online training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy. Below are descriptions of each company and the details of its online program.

Touch Surgery

Drexel Online

Cedar Interactive

PAHO Medical Devices Training

WMDO Medical Devices Online Training

BioPharma Institute

Metabolic Medical Institute

AABB Cellular Therapies Certificate Program

R3 Online Stem Cell Training

City of Hope Online CME

Research Methodology

To find the ten more examples of companies that offer online training for medical surgeries, medical devices, pharmaceutical developments, or cell therapy profiled above, your research team examined different industry reports about surgical training, medical devices training, pharmaceutical development training, and stem cell training. The approach unearthed a resource dubbed Surgical Education listing many surgical training programs. We also examined several reports specific to medical devices training, stem cell therapy, surgical training, and pharmaceutical developments to uncover the other examples presented above. Most of the examples we came across are those offered by medical institutions or medical-affiliated organizations. Therefore, we concluded that medical and research practitioners with that particular expertise facilitate these training programs. In this regard, we focused our search on programs offered by medical institutions, which are also accredited to provide certification.
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