Healthcare Facilities

In the world of healthcare facilities, precision, and innovation are paramount. Our advanced AR and VR solutions are designed to redefine the way healthcare facilities are presented and assessed, making them more efficient, engaging, and safe for patients, healthcare providers, and facility managers.
Experience how we’re creating new solutions to complex industry business challenges.
  • Limited adoption of AR and VR technology in the healthcare industry.
  • High costs of equipment and software development.
  • Data privacy and security concerns.
  • User comfort and motion sickness in VR experiences.
  • Focus on user experience and engagement in AR and VR applications.
  • Use data analytics to measure the effectiveness of AR and VR experiences.
  • Collaborate with medical professionals to ensure accuracy and relevance of content.
  • Incorporate accessibility features for patients with disabilities.
  • Partner with AR and VR technology providers to customize solutions for medical facilities.
  • Develop in-house software and hardware expertise to reduce costs and increase control over the technology.
  • Use cloud-based platforms to store and share AR and VR content securely.
  • Conduct regular training and education sessions for medical staff on the use of AR and VR technology.
  • How can AR and VR technology improve patient outcomes and satisfaction?
  • What are the specific needs and pain points of medical professionals that AR and VR technology can address?
  • How can we ensure the accuracy and validity of medical content in AR and VR experiences?
  • What are the ethical and legal considerations of using AR and VR technology in healthcare?
  • User engagement and satisfaction ratings.
  • Time spent in AR and VR experiences.
  • Task completion rates and accuracy.
  • Cost savings and return on investment.
  • The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Health System used VR technology to simulate the experience of undergoing radiation therapy for cancer patients, leading to reduced anxiety and improved treatment adherence.
  • The Children’s Hospital Los Angeles created an AR-powered wayfinding app for patients and visitors, resulting in improved navigation and reduced stress.
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles used VR technology to provide relaxation and stress reduction exercises for patients during recovery, leading to reduced pain and anxiety.
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