Can VR train surgeons? Immersive Edtech with Osso VR CEO Justin Barad and Scope AR CEO Scott Montgomerie
PressClub with Josh Constine
How do move mentorship to the cloud and reskill workforces made obsolete by new technology? Job training in virtual reality and augmented reality isn’t science fiction anymore. Immersive education has proven to beat 2D learning, with Osso VR’s surgeon training system able to boost doctors’ performance 230% to 306% over traditional guidance. Osso VR CEO Justin Barad tells PressClub about his journey from gaming geek surgeon to raising $43M to build a VR med school. We discuss how AR and VR can democratize training for both specialized jobs and soft skills, plus the coming rise of 3D education content creators. Scope AR CEO Scott Montgomerie joins to share how he’s building a “PowerPoint for augmented reality” to produce overlaid instructions for building rocket engines and ventilators. We explore how immersive edtech could prevent AI and robotics from causing mass unemployment.Featuring:Osso VR CEO Justin BaradScope AR CEO Scott MontgomerieSignalFire partner / Osso & Scope investor Wayne HuOsso VR VP of marketing Lisa Fongand your PressClub host Josh Constine from SignalFireSubscribe to PressClub at http://constine.club/ This podcast is recorded live on Josh Constine's PressClub on Clubhouse, Thursdays at 6pm PT. PressClub is Clubhouse's first show, where top business leaders discuss the big stories in tech. It's hosted by Josh Constine, an investor at early-stage venture fund SignalFire and the former Editor-At-Large of TechCrunch. PressClub is a relaxed venue where luminaries can share their stories, passions, thoughts on trends, and visions of the future. Past guests include the CEOs of Facebook, Instagram, Slack, Shopify, Spotify, Substack, WordPress, Patreon, Craigslist, Dollar Shave Club, and more.
Surgical Training in Virtual Reality - Dr. Justin Barad, CEO of Osso VR
Raise the Line
Dr. Justin Barad has a sobering and perhaps surprising observation to share on today’s episode of Raise the Line: there is nearly a complete lack of assessment of technical skills for healthcare professionals, surgeons included. Noticing this gap, Dr. Barad walked away from a full-time career as an academic surgeon to start Osso VR, a surgical training platform that employs the latest in virtual reality technology. Join Barad and host Jannah Amiel, RN as he explains the three core problems in training and assessment for technical skills in healthcare and how these can be solved using virtual reality. Discover how a background in video game programming influenced Dr. Barad's career path, learn about some of the impressive results his company's technology is already achieving, and stay tuned to check out his advice for healthcare students.
Dr. Justin Barad is an orthopedic surgeon and founder and CEO of OssoVR, a virtual reality surgical training platform. Hear from Justin about how his background in gaming helped him create this innovative company, why VR is right for medical education, how he dreams of increased access to medical education for all, and more, in this very special episode of Digital Doc Interviews!Believe in the power of gaming? Like and subscribe to this podcast! Welcome to the Care Team!For all things health and gaming, subscribe to Digital Doc Games. https://YouTube.com/DigitalDocGamesCatch us on Twitch!https://www.twitch.tv/digitaldocgamesFollow Digital Doc Games on Twitter!Digital Doc Games: https://twitter.com/DigitalDocGamesDr. Amiad Fredman: https://twitter.com/DigitalDocMDDigital Doc Games has one goal - to demonstrate how videogames have positive impacts on people's lives. Follow along for interviews, reviews, let's plays, and more!
Drs Justin Barad and Stefano Bini discuss Immersive Technologies in Orthopedics. Sponsored by Osso VR
The OTA Podcast
Dr. Justin Barad, Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon and CEO / Co-Founder of Osso VR and Dr. Stefano Bini, Chief Technology Officer UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery have a lively discussion on the use of virtual reality and augmented reality technologies and their current and future role in orthopaedic patient care. Visit OTA at https://ota.org/ and thanks to our sponsor www.OssoVR.com.
Standardizing Surgical Training Through Virtual Reality | Dr Justin Barad
During residency, every surgeon’s worst fear is to enter the professional medical field undertrained and unprepared. The lack of objectivity in the preparation and the insufficient exposure of innovative tools to future surgeons is impacting their delivery. Thanks to the integration of Virtual Reality in the field, many groundbreaking tools are being introduced to surgeons and their pupils in an attempt to standardize education. Today, Dr. Rosie Sendher, along with Dr. Erica Fisk, will sit down to chat with Dr. Justin Barad, who is contributing with his own solution to this problem.Dr. Justin Barad is the founder and CEO of Osso VR, an innovative surgical training and assessment platform. With a burning passion for medical technology and with the unique experience of practicing surgery in a gorilla, he is convinced that proper education and surgical training should be available for every single resident in the world. ResourcesOsso VR: https://ossovr.com/Dr. Death Podcast: https://ossovr.com/This show is being produced by StudioPod, a full-service podcast company based in San Francisco. If you want more details on how to fully record and produce your podcast with our services, you can reach us at http://studiopodsf.com, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us through our social media channels as @studiopodsf.
Democratizing access to state of the art surgery VR with Justin Barad
SCOR Innovation Podcast
From videogame developer to pediatric orthopedic surgeon to founder, we're talking to Justin Barad, founder and CEO of Osso VR. This American startup is transforming surgical training and assessment with their virtual reality medical platform. Despite we're living on a rapidly evolving healthcare ecosystem, traditional training and education modalities in medicine have struggled to keep up with new technologies to deliver higher value of treatment, prevention, and intervention. Let's explore how Osso VR is improving patient safety and democratizing access to modern surgical techniques.
44 – Dr. Justin Barad - Founder/CEO Osso VR - Using VR to Revolutionize Surgical Training
The Penn HealthX Podcast
Welcome to the Penn HealthX Podcast. For those who are new listeners, we seek to interview students, faculty, and leaders working at the intersection of business and medicine at Penn and beyond. Penn HealthX is a student run organization at the Perelman School of Medicine that organizes a speaker series, funds internships and startup companies, and hosts an annual conference, among other things. You can learn more at PennHealthX.com. In this episode, I spoke with Dr. Justin Barad, the Founder and CEO of Osso VR. Osso VR is a validated fully immersive surgical training platform. Osso is an incredibly exciting company that is revolutionizing training in orthopedic surgery and other surgical fields. In the discussion, we chat about how Justin decided to become a pediatric orthopedic surgeon, how he started Osso, and some specific lessons he’s learned along the way. It’s a great episode for anyone interested in health tech, entrepreneurship, MedEd, or surgery.Show NotesJustin’s LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/justinbaradmdOsso VR Websitehttps://ossovr.com/Osso Clinical Trial – Intramedullary Nailinghttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32035854Time’s Best Inventions 2019https://time.com/collection/best-inventions-2019/5733053/osso-vr/
457: Using Virtual Reality to Tackle Tough Challenges in Surgical Training - Dr. Justin Barad
People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
Dr. Justin Barad is the CEO of Osso VR, a virtual reality surgical training software company. Justin and the team at Osso VR are developing a surgical training platform that uses virtual reality and gaming technology to solve critical training challenges for surgeons and healthcare providers around the world. In his free time, Justin enjoys sipping on a good cup of coffee, going for a run with his dog, and playing the piano and flute. He also enjoys traveling to new places around the world and exploring the local cuisine. He received his bachelor’s degree in bioengineering and biomedical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and was awarded his MD from the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Afterwards, Justin completed his residency in orthopedics at UCLA and his fellowship in pediatric orthopaedics at Harvard University and Boston Children’s Hospital. Justin was subsequently awarded a Biodesign Innovation Fellowship at the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign. In addition, Justin has been an editor and contributor for over a decade to the popular medical technology news site Medgadget. In our interview, Justin told us more about his life and science.
038: Revolutionizing Surgery with VR – Justin Barad, MD
The Future of Healthcare
Justin Barad, MD joins us to talk about how he and his team at Osso VR are working to transform surgery through the use of virtual reality . Dr. Barad is a practicing pediatric orthopaedic surgeon with a bioengineering degree from UC Berkeley, and an MD from UCLA. He completed his residency at UCLA and his fellowship in pediatric orthopaedics at Haravard and Boston Children’s Hospital. Join our Private Facebook Group Today! Review this Podcast | Subscribe to our Newsletter On this episode, Justin and Nathan discuss the current state of orthapedic surgery and how VR is a key tool to solving many of the problems we have today. Justin is the CEO and Co-Founder of Osso VR is the leading, validated virtual reality surgical training platform designed for surgeons, sales teams, and hospital staff of all skill levels. Just shares how at an early age he was interested in video game development, which led to a journey to pursue going medical school. During his training, Justin saw that there was a training gap being created between what surgeons needed to learn and what they had time to learn. That is where the idea for Osso VR was created. Now Justin and his team are transforming surgical training! Learn more about Osso VR at their website (ossovr.com). Connect with Justin on LinkedIn, Twitter, or via email at Justin@ossovr.com Osso VR in Action! Check out our Sponsor Providerbay.com to support The Future of Healthcare Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS More about The Future of Healthcare: Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn Show notes: Interview begins with Justin Barad. [03:50] Where Justin’s journey began. [04:04] What the decision was like for him when he talked to his mentor? [05:59] What prompted him to study in UCLA? [07:13] How Justin fostered his passion while in medical school. [09:31] Starting Osso VR and the early days. [13:13] The Balanced Budget Act of 1997. [15:52] The problem Osso VR is working to fix. [19:21] What VR is and what they have created. [22:56] His opinion/thoughts on the future of VR in medicine. [24:49] Haptic feedback in VR. [29:30] Next steps for Justin and Osso VR. [35:20] His thoughts on the future of robotics in surgery. [37:39] Other areas that excite Justin right now. [40:51] Will Justin back to video game development? [43:22] Where to contact Justin and learn about Osso VR. [44:57] The headline that he hopes to see in the next 5 to 10 years [46:21] What he’ll do to create a better future of healthcare if he had all the power in the world [46:52] Advice for the next generation of healthcare leaders [48:51] End of the interview [50:05] Significant Quotes: “At this point in your life you need to be finding problems and the best way to do that in the medical world is to be a physician.” [05:27] “The amount we have to learn is constantly growing. There’s always new knowledge, new procedures, new technologies yet the time we have is getting smaller.” [14:47] “… but it starts with the problem, that’s the birth of the invention.” [28:19] “No one person is going to solve them all.” [45:38] “Have a bias for action, always keep going forward. [48:52] “If you’re really committed to helping people there’s always a way to do it.” [49:02] “No one can tell you that you are now qualified to invent something or create something or start a company.” [49:07] “The only way it’s gonna work is if you tap yourself, stand up and say, ‘I have had enough of this status quo, I’m gonna do something about it. It might not work but it will be progress and that itself is worth it’.” [49:24] Future Health Headline: The Average Yearly Traffic Fatalities Drop Below 1,000 Links: Join our Private Facebook Group Today! The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 Haptic feedback in VR video Osso VR website (ossovr.com) Justin on LinkedIn, Twitter Email at Justin@ossovr.com The post 038: Revolutionizing Surgery with VR – Justin Barad, MD appeared first on The Future of Healthcare.