XRHealth is the first company to create virtual reality clinics that provide remote care to patients throughout the United States and is covered by most major health insurance companies as well as medicare. One of the unique features that VR therapy provides is virtual support groups, where patients with similar conditions can connect anonymously and remotely with leading physicians moderating the group.
An Exciting Future for AR and VR in Healthcare
Even in these relatively early stages, virtual reality and augmented reality have drastically reshaped what’s possible in the medical field. The top augmented reality companies listed above are proof of the pioneering viewpoints held by many of the dedicated people working diligently to hone these technologies.
Even if healthcare providers are not using these technologies in their practices, they should stay abreast of this progress. It likely won’t be long before AR and VR are as familiar to medical professionals as many of the tools and techniques they could not imagine living without today.