How is Healthcare Using Virtual Reality and AI for Learning and Development?
A new report by Virti includes exclusive data collected from healthcare professionals in the United States who specialize in Learning and Development (L&D). This comprehensive report offers valuable insights and includes contributions from esteemed partners like HTC Vive, Weill Cornell, and The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB).
Learn From Forward-Thinking L&D Teams in the Medical Sector
It is a “no code” virtual reality tool for creating and conducting training. This means it’s easy to use with basic computer skills. The team at VIVE says it works like “PowerPoint for VR.”
XR seems intimidating because people think there’s coding involved – but there isn’t. It’s easy for someone without a technical background to build customer experience and training.
XR's biggest benefits have been providing accessibility and convenience to students. Students gain simulated clinical experience they would not receive otherwise.