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Company Overview of CAE Healthcare, Inc.
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...
Saint-Laurent, QC H4S 2G5
Founded in 2009
Key Executives for CAE Healthcare, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer of CAE and President of CAE
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
CAE Healthcare, Inc. Key Developments
CAE Healthcare Delivers First Integrated Imaging and Scenario-Based Simulator to Abiomed for Impella® Heart Pump
Oct 8 15
CAE Healthcare announced it is delivering a next generation simulation-based solution to Abiomed for its Impella® heart pump training programs. Educators can now incorporate patient scenarios with complications, patient vital signs and real-time physiological responses to provide advanced preparation for healthcare professionals as they practice image-guided placement of the heart pump via femoral access. Although appropriate for many patients, in some instances cardiac surgery is being replaced with less invasive cardiovascular interventions to reduce patient risk and recovery times. CAE Healthcare is rising to meet the demand for physician training by extending its engineering and modeling capabilities to develop custom educational solutions for medical device manufacturers. The CAE Vimedix simulator with Impella integrates the Vimedix ultrasound simulator with the CAE Müse patient simulator physiology to deliver a simulation solution that helps physicians quickly learn to deploy the device. The advanced CAE Vimedix Impella simulation employs imaging guidance to access the femoral artery, cross the aortic valve and position the device into the left ventricle of the heart. The system includes fluoroscopy and ultrasound imaging simulation, which utilizes augmented reality of the patient's anatomy along with other educational aids.
CAE Healthcare LearningSpace Integrates with MedAffinity Electronic Health Records (EHR) System for Medical Simulation Education
Sep 29 15
CAE Healthcare and MedAffinity announced that they have partnered to integrate a MedAffinity Electronic Health Records (EHR) system into LearningSpace to provide more realism in healthcare simulations. LearningSpace is CAE Healthcare's comprehensive center management system that delivers audiovisual recording of simulations for debrief as well as learner performance assessment, scheduling, reporting and asset management for Standardized Patient and healthcare simulation programs. MedAffinity designs EHR systems for both clinical environments and educational settings, and the interface for learners has eliminated a number of barriers that have kept simulation programs from successfully incorporating EHR. The learner's screen is less complex than a clinical EHR program, and all the pertinent patient information is captured on one screen. While most EHR programs record patient information in real-time, the MedAffinity solution adapts to simulation scenarios that occur over simulated time spans. With the LearningSpace integration, all of the Simulated Clinical Experience (SCE) content will be added into the EHR system. LearningSpace administrators will be able to evaluate and score what the learner has entered into the MedAffinity EHR during the simulation.
CAE Healthcare Announces Exclusive Distributor Agreement with Strategic Operations for Medical Simulation Trauma Surgical Suits
Sep 18 15
CAE Healthcare announced that it has signed an exclusive rights agreement to distribute the Strategic Operations (STOPS) Surgical Cut Suit and other simulation training products in all parts of the world outside the United States. Designed for point-of-injury care, the Surgical Cut Suit allows first responders and physicians to practice performing surgical and emergency procedures on patients with simulated traumatic, life-threatening injuries. Based in San Diego, USA, STOPS simulates medical response field scenarios through the "magic of Hollywood," with hyper-realistic training environments that include special effects, role players and simulated wounds. STOPS has developed a line of medical products that can be worn by actors or Standardized Patients (SPs) to allow real-time interaction with a trauma patient. The Surgical Cut Suit and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)/EMS Cut Suit vest can also be zipped around a manikin to add realism to a scenario.
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