Reimagining the potential of healthcare professionals
With all the pressures and cost constraints facing healthcare providers around the world, Re:course AI's digital human platform provides more capacity and scalability at a time when practitioners are immensely time-poor. The platform is delivered as standardised training to give greater confidence in the consistency of diagnosis and treatment and early indications from evaluation of the technology show it significantly improves the performance of clinicians during patient encounters in role-playing exercises ranging from diagnosing rare cancers to assessing mental health conditions.
“The aviation industry is another sector where safety is of paramount importance, and it has led the way in demonstrating the value of simulated training to maintain and update the skills of pilots,” said Dr. Scott Martin, CEO and co-founder, Re:course AI. “We believe AI will augment, not replace, the healthcare workforce of the future and we have already demonstrated in our customer implementations that Re:course AI can be the flight simulator for medical training. We are delighted to receive the backing of our investors, as we are keen to expand our team to respond to growing global demand for our digital human platform.”
Re:course AI has a joint collaboration with USC Keck School of Medicine, the prestigious US Medical Centre (home of the first “Standardized Patient Actor”) which is exploring the use of its technology in medical training and the company has received $1.2m from NHS England SBRI Healthcare for cutting edge simulations to develop critical communication and decision making skills in healthcare professionals faster and at lower cost. It is also conducting a pilot with the NHS in South Yorkshire across Primary Care clinicians and it has worked with the Ministry of Defence on medical training for clinicians to support mental health outcomes in military personnel and veterans. In the US, Western Michigan University School of Medicine has integrated Re:course AI into its undergraduate and continuing medical education courses to provide anytime access to fully conversational, voice-interactive digital human patient avatars.
“The Re:course AI team has proven that their digital human platform can help healthcare professionals maximise the time they spend on their clinical development” said Sim Singh-Landa, Head of the GMC Life Sciences Fund By Praetura supported by GMCA, Cheshire & Warrington LEP and Bruntwood SciTech. “Re:course AI put safety and ethics at the heart of their development process and have been welcomed by the healthcare community. At Praetura, we will be offering our ‘More Than Money’ support as this exciting Manchester-based team now looks to scale, helping connect them with industry professionals who can support the company’s growth.”
The Re:course AI platform is also applicable in Life Sciences where innovation is accelerating faster than ever in areas such as drug discovery. These developments are outpacing the ability of healthcare professionals to stay up-to-date, creating an urgent need to speed up the process of clinical learning.About Re:course AI
Re:course AI is a deeptech company on a mission to accelerate human performance using AI-powered virtual training. Founded by Dr. Scott Martin, Clinical Entrepreneur Fellow at NHS England and CEO at Re:course AI, and Maksim Belousov, PhD in Artificial Intelligence/Natural Language Processing and CTO, the team has developed a flight simulator using fully conversational, voice-interactive Digital Human Patient avatars that provide a unique opportunity to support medical professionals by bridging the gap between traditional training and real-world scenarios. The Digital Human Platform provides more capacity and scalability for both on-going training and medical education qualifications reducing time to mastery and delivered as standardised training to give greater confidence in the consistency of diagnosis and treatment, ultimately improving the patient experience and outcomes. For more information please go to: https://www.recourseai.com/