VR Pain Management

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3/26/2021 This Week In XR: Rec Room's Now A Billion Dollar Unicorn Forbes ... 15% of the audience are makers, gluing them to the platform, and attracting others. The boom use is being driven by mobile, game consoles, and consumer VR headsets from Oculus and Sony.AppliedVR, a VR pain management startup, secured $29M in funding. The company hopes to use the funding to gain FDA approval for its technology. The technology uses cognitive behavioral therapy to help users manage pain.Cmon Baby, Do ...
3/8/2021 Ezidebit and Genie Solutions Create a New Way Forward for Medical Consultation Payments PR Newswire Payments solution provider Ezidebit has been selected by Australia's leading medical practice management software provider Genie Solutions to provide omni-channel payment options for its customers. This is a first for the medical industry, where payment solutions and practice management software often work independently of each other. The introduction of payment module, Patient Payments powered by Ezidebit, to Genie Solutions' software, streamlines the collection and reconciliation of consultation payments for ...
8/16/2019 MedTech Insider: CashMD Launches Price Transparency Platform medtechimpact.com New Study Offers Insight on VR Pain Management Outcomes A recently published clinical study completed at Cedars-Sinai is providing a glimpse at the real-world outcomes of inpatient VR patient management . The research demonstrates that therapeutic virtual reality may not merely be an effective approach for hospital inpatient experiencing pain, but may retain its impact when provided over multiple days under real-world circumstances. In the study’s conclusion, the ...
8/14/2019 Cedars-Sinai study on inpatient VR pain management offers glimpse at real-world outcomes MobiHealthNews Positive data from the pragmatic study is the clearest evidence yet that in-hospital therapeutic VR could be effective in a live deployment, according to researchers. 02:06 pm Share Therapeutic virtual reality is not only an effective approach for hospital inpatients experiencing a wide variety of pain, but likely retains its impact when provided over multiple days under real-world circumstances, according to a new Cedars-Sinai clinical study published ...