The company’s OR display includes integration of Microsoft’s altered-reality HoloLens holographic computer system, allowing for users of the system to virtually manipulate equipment around the room.
The new facility allows surgeons, nurses, and hospital administrators to move through dedicated areas that replicate a fully scaled operating room, a wet lab, integration with hospital IT networks, and a redefined patient experience. It also features:
The new facility will also include a Connect OR operating system with integrated device control and routing, capture and streaming of data into 1 system, the company said.
“The Customer Experience Center is truly remarkable. The innovation and technology incorporated into the center shows Stryker’s commitment to partnering with its customers to make healthcare better,” Dr. Santiago Horgan of San Diego’s Center for the Future said in a prepared statement.
“The tremendous value for hospital customers is in the ability to visualize OR design and collaborate in ways that they’ve never been able to before. Holographic technology allows our customers to virtually ‘stand’ inside of the operating room they are going to build. It allows ORs to be designed in a way that is completely focused on patient safety and surgical staff efficiency,” endoscopy division prez Andy Pierce said in a press release.