Will Virtual Reality Make Healthcare Safer?

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Will Virtual Reality Make Healthcare Safer?

Immersive and interactive virtual reality experiences have been extremely valuable to healthcare training and education. VR Surgery simulations for example can help save a life. Similar applications are now used both in clinical and general wellness settings. From treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), brain damage assessment, rehabilitation, phobias, depression, Alzheimer’s, ADHD to personal fitness countless use cases can make a difference in each individual unique experience. Theme: Unmet needs for Underserved

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  • Walter Greenleaf, Virtual Human Interaction Lab, Stanford
  • Kim Bullock, Director, VR Clinic, Stanford
    • Michael Aratow, Co-Founder and CMO , Ellipsis Health
      • Ridhima Parvathaneni, CEO, Boon
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