Human Circuit Upgrading Ohio Health-Care System’s Training Programs - GovernmentVideo.com

Human Circuit Upgrading Ohio Health-Care System’s Training Programs

The Center for Medical Education and Innovation, a state-of-the-art medical education facility located in Columbus, Ohio, has chosen integrator Human Circuit, of Gaithersburg, Md. to update the hospital’s training programs.
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0

The Center for Medical Education and Innovation, a state-of-the-art medical education facility located in Columbus, Ohio, has chosen integrator Human Circuit, of Gaithersburg, Md. to update the hospital’s training programs.

The center—which is part of OhioHealth, a health-care network—uses human patient simulators and other advances in medical education technology to provide medical professionals with ways to practice new technologies and advanced procedures without risking real patients.

Human Circuit says because physicians and medical professionals from the center, and other OhioHealth hospital staff, are dedicated to maintaining the highest levels of medical competency through ongoing training and professional development, the integrator has designed a newer, more innovative system using the most advanced technologies available in the market.

Jim Hatcher, chief technology officer of Human Circuit, said the new system will include Human Circuit’s methodology and design options for un-tethered, personal points of control along with high-definition video teleconferencing capabilities to update existing connectivity to the center’s labs and future operating rooms and medical suites. “With this upgrade to HD capabilities and other added highlights, they'll (the center) have top-notch technology that will allow for growth and their future plans,” he said.

Related

Visualizing Health Research promo image

Visualizing Health Research

~ By Joy Zaccarai  ~  Big Walls, 3-D Help Education, Collaboration Regardless of the politics that surround health care issues and questions about who is going to pay for what, money for research is well spent. As visual technology evolves,