Operative Experience receives the Tibbetts Award for innovation and technology from the US Government SBIR program
OEI was recognized for its breakthrough research in the development of a simulation-based training system to improve Rapid Trauma Skills Training for combat surgeons along with a series of first-in-the-world simulators for training in critical surgical procedures.
Operative Experience will showcase its latest hands-in-the-body simulation technology for obstetric, tactical and surgical team training at IMSH 2017 in Orlando.
Operative Experience President and CEO Mick Navin talks to Voice of America about the company's commitment to helping improve emergency obstetrics training capabilities in developing countries.
OEI’s chairman, Lou Oberndorf, was presented with the 3rd annual Pioneer in Simulation Award by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) at the society’s annual IMSH conference earlier this year.
OEI is committed to using its technology to reduce mortality rates in third world countries. As a recipient of an award through the USAID’s “Saving Lives at Birth” Program, OEI’s training systems will be used [...]
General surgeons often lack hands-on experience in many surgical procedures upon completion of their residency program, according to a major study by the American Board of Surgery and the Association of Program Directors in Surgery, [...]