Using Game-Technology to Support Cost-Effective Medical Education
HealthCare Simulations Launches Automated CPR Training Solution
By: HealthCare Simulations, L.L.C.
In further detail, the AIMS CORE CPR Training Software provides a low-cost, high fidelity instructional solution for the objective assessment of a learner’s procedural skill competency. Utilizing the Microsoft Kinect for Windows camera, the AIMS virtual assistant called the Automated Intelligent Mentoring Instructor (AIMI), actively observes a learner practicing compression-
Following each consecutive run, the learner will immediately receive a detailed after-action report describing the accuracy of their procedural-based body mechanics and vocal interactions. This allows instructors to objectively assess a learner’s skill level, while providing the student an entertaining and accessible training environment from any location. The AIMS CORE CPR Training Software for compression-
The initial development of the AIMS™ patent-pending technology was the direct result of a grant provided by the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF) in 2012. This funding opportunity led to a collaborative development effort between HealthCare Simulations (HCS) L.L.C., SimIS Inc., Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS), Old Dominion University (ODU), CIT and the Microsoft™ Kinect Partnership Program. A continuation of additional products and services are currently in development to support safe lifting in the workplace, endotracheal intubation and various other procedures that have been identified by medical experts in the field.
About HealthCare Simulations:
HealthCare Simulations (HCS), L.L.C., provides innovative and affordable high-tech solutions for medical education using next generation technology to support all aspects of the healthcare industry. HCS will also leverage the assistance of SimIS, Inc. to provide services that include product installation, general maintenance, major releases and a continuation of research and development efforts regarding next generation AIMS training modules and services.
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