The orthopedic surgery simulation tool receives a round of funding led by the AO Foundation for its development in medical training.
Precision offers you a VR system that allows practicing surgeons to simulate a medical process in a realistic virtual operating room, in which they will have access to metric reports that will help improve the technique thanks to its haptic tools, offering everything you need to improve your knowledge and learn to make better decisions, without fear of making mistakes. They have now received, from the AO Association among other anonymous investors, 2.3 million dollars in capital, to help expand the services of their training tool, which according to the AO itself, would have been the most accurate and reliable of those evaluated.
We are delighted to cooperate with an international organization recognized as a leader in education for surgeons and ward staff around the world,” says Dr. Danny P. Goel. orthopedic surgeon and co-founder of Precision OS. “With Precision OS technology, we seek to create a virtual language capable of offering a deeper level of knowledge, which is unattainable with current simulation tools. Adopting VR as a method to improve decision-making will directly influence the patient experience and the value of care received.”
The company has 50 years of collective experience in the world of software and video game development. At the service of two expert surgeons, including Dr. Goel, who provide insight into patient needs and help interact with the medical community. Looking ahead, the team is working on an application to help plan pre-surgeries, with the option to import patient images to decide on the best course of action.