Virtual Reality

Aim: To improve the use of a device and user acceptance. The effectiveness of most medical devices depends on the skill of the users, be it setting up equipment, interpreting a monitor, placing the device, or handling the device.

Methods: Placing your device in a virtual reality (VR) environment, users can explore and interact with its features without putting patients at risk.

Informs: Device roll-out and user training needs.

Benefits: Use of VR training has been shown to increase trainee recall and reduce the need for in-person training time. VR training reduces time requirements on qualified training staff, need for training materials and locations, and time off work. Training materials can also be used at congresses to introduce potential new customers to your product.

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poster ISPOR EU 2023