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January 31, 2023 | by Eric Gantwerker, MD - Level Ex VP, Medical Director

Medical Video Games Improve Decision Making in Highly Experienced Doctors

New study shows knowledge attained through medical video games is effectively retained and transferred to clinical scenarios

Ultrasound Part 2: Why Self-directed, Just-in-Time Training is So Important 

Discover the learning theory behind JIT and why astronauts and surgeons alike, benefit from the training approach.

Revolutionizing Spine Surgery with Spine XR: A Comprehensive Guide

Explore the advantages of our interactive spine game. Which platform is right for you?

Ultrasound Part 1: Training Your Customers like Astronauts

How Med Device Companies are Using Ultrasound Tech Developed for NASA to Accelerate Training and Adoption

Level Ex Named to Fast Company’s Annual List of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023

World’s leading medical video game studio joins the ranks of OpenAI, NASA, Microsoft, and more. [CHICAGO] (March 2, 2023) — Level Ex, the world’s leading medical video game studio, has

5 Steps to Turn Your Medical Device into a Video Game

You’ve read the research and case studies. You’ve tried the demos. You’ve discovered a smarter way to engage, train, and drive adoption for your medical technology at scale. You’re ready to use the Neuroscience of Play to bring your technology to life. What happens next?

How to Really Rally a Conference Audience: 5 Do’s and Don’ts for Integrating Games, VR, and AR into a Healthcare Conference Booth

Level Ex shares do’s & don'ts for integrating games, VR, and AR into a healthcare conference booth:

What a Lung Cancer Expert Wants His Oncologist Colleagues to Know

Dr. Kyle Hogarth shares what can be done to expand lung cancer screening in the US and how these efforts can further the field of thoracic oncology

The Future of Education: This is Your Brain on Play

This is Your Brain on Play. A learning theory expert weighs in on why games are so effective for understanding concepts

5 Ways Doctors Say Play will Advance Medicine

5 Ways Doctors Say Play will Advance Medicine

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