At Lumis, we are Illuminating healthcare education to make sure that all clinicians can train in a safe environment where patients aren’t the teaching material and where the clinicians can learn from mistakes until they become experts.

Healthcare simulation has proven results at increasing patient safety and decreasing medical errors. However, patient simulators are expensive, capital equipment purchases, that cost between 50 and 150 thousand dollars. They require building infrastructure changes to operate the equipment. Furthermore, they require immense human resources—a technician must operate the simulator, and an instructor must provide instruction, rate user performance, and provide guidance when things aren’t being done correctly. We’ve personally witnessed inefficiencies where instructors teach the same things to different groups of students—this just screams for automation.

Our solution to these problems is the inSight Platform. It uses augmented reality and automated inst...
At Lumis, we are Illuminating healthcare education to make sure that all clinicians can train in a safe environment where patients aren’t the teaching material and where the clinicians can learn from mistakes until they become experts.

Healthcare simulation has proven results at increasing patient safety and decreasing medical errors. However, patient simulators are expensive, capital equipment purchases, that cost between 50 and 150 thousand dollars. They require building infrastructure changes to operate the equipment. Furthermore, they require immense human resources—a technician must operate the simulator, and an instructor must provide instruction, rate user performance, and provide guidance when things aren’t being done correctly. We’ve personally witnessed inefficiencies where instructors teach the same things to different groups of students—this just screams for automation.

Our solution to these problems is the inSight Platform. It uses augmented reality and automated instruction to support more efficient simulation. The augmented reality gives users x-ray vision as they practice. Sensors measure what the user is doing and coaches them how to perform better—effectively building the instructor into the system—and removes the constant need for a technician. This allows users to practice on-demand. Performance data can be reported to the instructor so that more efficient, individualized training can occur. Our platform can be added to any patient simulator and can be setup anywhere, reducing costs for programs to do simulation.
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