Thursday, March 04, 2021
PrecisionOS, pioneers of the Surgical Mastery Platform™, announced today its collaboration with the one of the largest orthopedic medical device company in the world, Zimmer Biomet. In demonstration, PrecisionOS and Zimmer Biomet have come together to demonstrate their immersive reality project surrounding the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons' (AAOS) Innovation Series. This first-of-it-kind webinar program will offer a live simulated operating room experience using its highly immersive technology.
Working closely alongside the AAOS and medical device manufacturer Zimmer Biomet, PrecisionOS looks forward to viewers tuning in live on March 18 at 7:15P.M. CST to join this interactive session and witness how the training is transforming new approaches to skill proficiency across the industry.
"The opportunity for PrecisionOS to connect leading surgeons from around the world together in an online learning environment is an incredible honor," says Danny Goel, MD, MBA, an orthopedic surgeon in Vancouver, BC and Chief Executive Officer of PrecisionOS. "With a growing demand within our field for quality teaching tools, PrecisionOS' platform combines state-of-the-art technology with industry-leading best practices to deliver top-of-the-line education for healthcare providers."
PrecisionOS continues to lead today's efforts in elevating the overall standard of care, with initiatives such as the Innovation Series demonstrating its unwavering commitment to the ongoing integration and wide-scale adoption of its platform.
"It's a most interesting time to be an orthopaedic surgeon," said Daniel K. Guy, MD, FAAOS, AAOS first vice president. "The AAOS Innovation Series is designed to help our members and residents experience and explore augmented reality, mixed reality, and virtual reality in a whole new way. Together with PrecisionOS, the AAOS is demonstrating how new technologies are enhancing surgical techniques, while inspiring real-time discussion, questions and conversations in a virtual training environment."
"As we collectively partner, I am excited to be receiving the support of AAOS and Zimmer Biomet to bring awareness surrounding our shared vision to life," says Dr. Danny Goel. "World-renowned surgeons now have the capacity to connect with one another remotely when performing and discussing best practices when it comes to surgical protocols together, all while receiving feedback in real-time. The opportunities for the future are endless and I'm thrilled to see PrecisionOS' platform continue to be used across many medical device companies, multiple institutions and professional societies globally."