Health and technology company VRFocus has released its research into how virtual reality (VR) is being used by patients and healthcare professionals in the healthcare industry.
The company recently partnered with research firm VirtualLab to develop a virtual reality platform for healthcare professionals, in order to provide a platform for patient interaction.VRFocus CEO and co-founder, Paul Geddes, said: “Virtual reality has a real potential to help our healthcare professionals work smarter, safer, and more effectively.
It’s a fast-growing technology, and VRFocus is committed to creating the best experiences for our users.”
Geddes added: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with VirtualLab, the leader in VR technology research, in the hope that our research will help our partners understand how VR can help improve healthcare in the long term.”
VirtualLab is based in the UK and has developed a range of technology solutions for healthcare organisations to help them achieve the most efficient, cost-effective, and reliable health care delivery.
The company’s VR-related services include VR headsets, virtual reality apps, virtual therapy sessions and virtual wellness sessions.