Ravid Segal, MA, MCTS, MCSE is Chief Technology Officer of MSR. He has been with MSR, the Israel Center for Medical Simulation since its inception in 2000 and is responsible for the wide variety of technologies in healthcare simulation such as advanced human patient simulators, VR and AR, developing technologies that support healthcare professionals training and evaluation with the vision of developing state of the art XR tools for medical simulation. Ravid has experience in building immersive computer systems and Audio Visual equipment and software and integrating them to fit the pedagogical needs of the center
MSR , the Israel Center for Medical Simulation is the largest center in Israel, training and/or testing 20,000 healthcare professionals annually.
MSR aims to better prepare these professionals by means of simulation-based training in order to reduce errors, test competency and thus save lives. The VR and AR fields are just now beginning to enter healthcare education and training. I will discuss the difference between what there is and what we need and the lessons learned so far; the need for AI, VR and AR in medical training and evaluation and the advantages, disadvantages and the user aspect of adapting these technologies.
13:30 - 14:00
Miki Levy | XRHealth
Ravid Segal | MSR the Israel Center for Medical Simulation
Rahav Boussi-Gross | Shamir Medical Center
Shaul Gelman | Realview Imaging Ltd.