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Immersive Design Systems | Our Services | Overview

We’re passionate about improving the way clinicians deliver health care — and the way patients experience it. We offer a variety of services to both clinicians and families, from immersive training to device design, and everything in between.

Immersive experiences to optimize training and performance

Two doctor in blue scrubs, surgical face masks, and a trainee in a pink sweatshirt practice an operation on a simulation.
  • create realistic medical simulations for individuals and interdisciplinary teams
  • debrief simulations in a psychologically safe environment to challenge assumptions and generate ideas to improve care
  • provide rigorous assessment of training needs
  • design customized instructional programs to meet individual, team, departmental, or even institutional training needs
  • faculty training focused on the design, delivery, and debriefing of activities within a simulation

Clinical systems testing to uncover and mitigate hazards

Doctors overlook the simulation table.
  • enhance the design and testing of new clinical infrastructure across all phases of construction
  • test new systems before deployment so clinicians can confidently care for their patients in thoughtfully designed clinical environments
  • help teams identify and mitigate latent safety threats to protect patients and providers
  • design, prototype, and test safety interventions
  • identify and test improvement strategies, and build pathways to implement positive change

One-of-a-kind clinical preparation tools

Three simulation skulls sit on a table in front of doctors in scrubs who are looking away from the camera.
  • develop device solutions to solve specific clinical problems
  • create a wide assortment of tools for simulation-based task training, surgical skill development, and physician immersion
  • expand and augment the physical world using virtual training and tools, including in-depth clinical scenarios and patient preparation activities
  • transform imaging of the human body into digital and physical models that improve clinical insight, patient experience, and outcomes
  • design patient-specific models for presurgical planning and rehearsal, improved imaging visualization, sizing and trialing, education, and research

Patient-centered immersive training

Two children and a doctor work on teddy bears.
  • connect patient families directly with their care teams in simulated settings to learn about an upcoming surgery
  • prepare patients and families to return home with new medical complexities 
  • leverage technology, like virtual reality, to experience and prepare patients for new clinical spaces and experiences from the comfort of home