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North Central Biomed Association Meeting - Duluth

Published 10 months ago.

In the brisk October air of Duluth, Minnesota, the annual North Central Biomedical Association (NCBA) conference unfolded, and NVRT Labs' CEO, Matt Bassuk, took the stage to illuminate the possibilities of Extended Reality (XR) in Healthcare Technology Management (HTM). The event, held on October 13-14, marked NVRT Labs' first venture into the North Star State.

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Participating in the expo hall, NVRT Labs brought a taste of the future to HTMs and students alike. Matt Bassuk's presentation at the conference delved into the transformative impact of XR on HTM, offering insights into the innovative ways virtual and augmented reality can revolutionize healthcare technology.

NVRT Labs also contributed to an education panel, joining forces with Marc Kalis from MSC Southeast, Tom Bledsoe of Bledsoe Imaging, and Justin Barbour of Better Biomed. The collective expertise provided a comprehensive view of the evolving landscape of HTM.

Beyond the educational sessions, the day concluded with a delightful touch of local flavor. Attendees, including NVRT Labs' team, gathered at the Ursa Minor local brewery for craft beer and shared camaraderie—a fitting end to a day of exploration and knowledge exchange.

This immersive experience was made possible by the NCBA officers, Tyler Nawrocki of Fairfield Health Services and Michael Walker from Mayo Clinic, who extended the invitation and orchestrated a classy and well-executed event. The NCBA conference not only welcomed NVRT Labs into the vibrant Minnesota HTM community but also allowed HTMs and students to demo the VR content firsthand.

As the sun set over Duluth, the NCBA conference became a testament to the collaborative spirit driving innovation in HTM. NVRT Labs is grateful for the warm welcome and looks forward to furthering the conversation on XR's role in shaping the future of healthcare technology. Cheers to NCBA for a successful event!

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