Vancouver, British Columbia- October 18, 2023–PrecisionOS®, a leading provider of virtual reality orthopedic surgical education, is pleased to announce that Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) is the latest client to take advantage of its high-tech services.
It marks a significant milestone for PrecisionOS, strengthening its presence in the United Kingdom’s renowned healthcare and academic sectors.
PrecisionOS has gained worldwide recognition for its evidence based virtual reality training platform, which has transformed surgical education and skill development landscape. The company’s platform has been embraced by residency programs, surgeons, professional societies, and medical device companies, owing to its ability to enhance the transfer of knowledge and skills.
PrecisionOS has firmly established itself in surgical education. Currently deployed in more than 55 countries across the globe, PrecisionOS is on a mission to democratize access to high-quality surgical training.
CUH Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon Vikas Khanduja, an Affiliated Associate Professor of Orthopedics at University of Cambridge, said the software will augment orthopedic training. He added: “As a Trust, we embrace all new technologies and, as a new client, are looking forward to using the software, evaluating it with our trainee surgeons, and providing feedback to the company.”
The Trust’s esteemed faculty and residents have access to PrecisionOS’ state-of-the-art virtual reality training modules, enabling them to benefit from its clinically validated technology in their pursuit of excellence in the surgical field.
“We are thrilled to work with Cambridge University Hospitals, a prestigious institution renowned for its commitment to innovation and excellence in healthcare and education,” said Dr. Danny Goel, CEO of PrecisionOS. “This will enable us to empower a new generation of surgeons with the skills and knowledge necessary to improve patient care and outcomes around the world.”
PrecisionOS’ work with Cambridge University Hospitals, which runs Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Maternity, represents a significant achievement for the company, reinforcing its position as a global leader in virtual reality surgical training.
PrecisionOS is the global leader in virtual reality surgical training for the medical industry. Healthcare professionals across numerous residency training programs, professional societies, and medical device companies prefer PrecisionOS modules because they improve the transfer of knowledge and skills. Multiple independent research studies confirm that learners using the PrecisionOS platform become better, more confident surgeons, who can translate skill from VR to the operating room. PrecisionOS has collaborative affiliations with more than 70 major global residency programs where the platform is being used in more than 55 countries. Learn more at www.precisionostech.com.
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