Vuzix Expands Available Smart Glasses-Based Healthcare Offerings with the Addition of Hippo Technologies Solution to Help Service Medical Professionals and Organizations Around the World
Vuzix Corporation, a leading supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, announced it is collaborating with Hippo Technologies, Inc., a virtual care company delivering solutions for healthcare and medical education, to connect global surgeons and healthcare providers with vital medical networks and virtual care services with Vuzix M400 and M4000 Smart Glasses.
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Hippo Virtual Care is an interoperable platform connecting enterprise systems, databases, IOT devices, wearables and technologies together to bridge the gap between physical care and virtual care. Its product solutions include hands-free, voice-activated Vuzix Smart Glasses and other head-worn devices along with HIPAA and GDPR compliant software that allows clinicians to communicate and videoconference in real time. Remote colleagues and students can search medical records, and automatically access files and imaging during patient examinations, procedures, consultations and rounding. Hippo Virtual Care improves clinical efficiency, enabling faster triage, smarter clinical decision making, and enhanced engagement with patients.
“Hippo Virtual Care unlocks a new paradigm of mobile computing – using hands-free and voice-centric smart glasses offerings that fit the evolution taking place in healthcare and deliver on the promise of virtual care regardless of distance, time and training,” commented Brian Hamilton, President and co-founder of Hippo Technologies, Inc. “We look forward to the continued collaboration and partnership with Vuzix.”
“We are very pleased to expand our partner’s healthcare solutions portfolio and welcome Hippo Technologies, Inc., as a Vuzix Smart Glasses platform partner to support their network of healthcare professionals to deliver medical and surgical services through the use of Vuzix Smart Glasses,” said Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix.
Hippo Technologies, Inc., was featured earlier this week in a Forbes article entitled, ‘Doctors Use Smart Glass Technology to Reach Refugee Camps at Jordan-Syria Border Amid Pandemic‘.
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