RETURN ON INVESTMENT STUDY FOR MEDICAL SIMULATION TRAINING

Immersion Medical, August 15, 2004
This study is the first attempt to quantify the return on investment for medical simulators - because to justify a capital equipment purchase, a hospital or training institution needs both a clinical and a cost-benefit justification. Immersion Medical engaged Frost & Sullivan to do this study in conjunction with The Health Research and Educational Trust (HRET), the research affiliate of the American Hospital Association. This paper reports on the results.

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