Finding a way to better train our surgeons and get insight into the technical ability of our providers is paramount to patient safety.
The opportunities for hands-on experience and practice for trainees is decreasing for many reasons. Studies show the alarming consequence of a broken training system.
Numbers vary between studies, but in general, a surgeon used to need to perform at least 25 cases to perform at a basic level of safety. Now, the number
is around 75-80 to achieve optimal proficiency.
This drastically slows innovation, as hospitals and surgeons may continue to use existing technologies simply because surgeons don’t have the time and opportunity to properly train on newer products.
Surgeons are able to practice on the actual device they’ll be using the OR and can practice anytime, anywhere in a completely immersive environment.
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