Last week the SimGHOSTS’ Executive Board announced that Level 3 Healthcare will once again be the Platinum sponsor of their world famous USA hands-on simulation technology training event! Level 3 Healthcare’s commitment to the simulation champion community specializing in healthcare simulation technology has helped to connect professionals across the world and elevate the discussion around technology in simulation.
SimGHOSTS 2015: USA will take place August 4 – 7, 2015 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA.
SimGHOSTS Event Director Ryan Eling and Level 3 Healthcare’s CEO Brad Peterson are happy to announce that Dr. Alistair Phillips, Co-Director & Congenital Heart Program Chief at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s Division of Congenital Heart Surgery will be the Keynote Speaker at SimGHOSTS 2015. Dr. Phillips brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and innovation within cardiology. His presentation will focus on the future of healthcare simulation technology.
About Level 3 Healthcare:
Level 3 Healthcare is a customer focused group of healthcare engineers trained in the process of integrating current audio visual technology to existing healthcare work spaces, clinical training centers and simulation labs. Level 3 Healthcare provides advanced multimedia solutions in surgical environments, OR’s, ER’s, ED’s and simulation centers. This healthcare engineering group has pioneered designs in large simulation centers, digital operating rooms, telehealth, live HD video distribution, 3-D surgical theaters, recording, archiving, content management and video media retrieval systems. Level 3 Healthcare’s core competency is integrating the myriad of healthcare, simulation, broadcast and professional technology into a seamless, easy to use system, curriculum or application. Our approach is to work directly with our clients to understand their use and curriculum and then apply technology to improve efficiency, work flow and learning. Examples of our applications include; intraoperative surgical suites, digital O.R.’s, nursing simulation centers, procedure rooms, 3-D visualization facilities, clinical AV networks, campus-wide central recording systems and video conferencing initiatives for collaboration and critical decision making.