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August 04, 2015 10:38 PM ET

Health Care Technology

Company Overview of CAE Healthcare, Inc.

Company Overview

CAE Healthcare, Inc. develops learning tools and simulation solutions for healthcare education. The company provides simulation solutions comprising imaging solutions, such as VIMEDIX ultrasound simulator and ICCU Imaging e-learning curriculum; and surgical and interventional procedures solutions that include laparoscopy simulator, endoscopy simulator, and endovascular simulator. It also offers CAE Owl, a center management system designed to simplify the logistics behind managing complex simulation, assessment, recording, and debriefing activities, as well as related modules that offer capabilities to playback recordings, assess activities live or remotely, back-up data, archive, report, sch...

3200 Guenette

Saint-Laurent, QC H4S 2G5

Canada

Founded in 2009

Phone:

514-567-5271

Fax:

514-341-7699

Key Executives for CAE Healthcare, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer of CAE and President of CAE
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

CAE Healthcare, Inc. Key Developments

CAE Healthcare Releases CAE Vivo Tablet Software

CAE Healthcare has announced the release of CAE Vivo, a tablet-operated, facilitator-driven software that allows control over METIman's physiology and responses. CAE Healthcare has been known for the realism of its patient simulation line (HPS, iStan, METIman, PediaSIM, BabySIM), which incorporates validated models of human physiology. With Vivo, CAE Healthcare becomes the only simulation company to offer a patient simulator that can alternate between physiological models and full manual control from session to session. Beginning this fall, every new METIman will include both Vivo for facilitator control and the Muse software with model-driven physiology. With Vivo, facilitators have the freedom to create full simulation scenarios on the tablet and also to operate high-fidelity simulations on the fly. Vivo's integrated checklists allow instructors to quickly record when a learner performs patient safety protocols, like hand washing, or to make notations of their own in real-time. The software will initially be offered on a Nexus 9 tablet controlling METIman, and will later be available on more CAE Healthcare platforms. METIman is CAE Healthcare's most popular patient simulator, it can blink, breathe, bleed and mimic clinical experiences. The simulator operates wirelessly, and it can be placed outdoors for field training and assessment, transported in an ambulance and treated within a simulated clinical setting. Nursing schools, universities and hospitals around the world use METIman to simulate medical emergencies, practice high-acuity, low frequency patient encounters and improve team communication.

CAE Healthcare Signs Distribution Agreement with VirtaMed AG

CAE Healthcare has signed distribution agreement with VirtaMed AG for its medical simulation product portfolio which include interventional simulators for arthroscopic, urologic and gynecologic procedures. VirtaMed has developed a unique arthroscopic simulator, the VirtaMed ArthroS, which allows orthopedic residents to practice knee and shoulder surgery with real instruments. The virtual reality system enables learners to gain experience with a breadth of patient cases and gain instant feedback within a safe environment. CAE Healthcare now has the rights to distribute VirtaMed's ArthroS, HystSim, PelvicSim and UroSim simulators in Canada and the US.

CAE Healthcare and VirtaMed Showcase Simulators At the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare in New Orleans, United States

CAE Healthcare announced that it will broaden its medical simulation product portfolio to include VirtaMed interventional simulators for arthroscopic, urologic and gynecologic procedures. CAE Healthcare and VirtaMed are showcasing the simulators at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in New Orleans, United States. VirtaMed has developed a arthroscopic simulator, the VirtaMed ArthroS(TM), which allows orthopedic residents to practice knee and shoulder surgery with real instruments. The virtual reality system enables learners to gain experience with a breadth of patient cases and gain instant feedback within a safe environment. CAE Healthcare now has the rights to distribute VirtaMed's ArthroS(TM), HystSim(TM), PelvicSim(TM) and UroSim(TM) simulators in Canada and the United States.

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