Osso VR announced that it raised $66 million in a Series C financing round as it looks to broaden access to surgical education for healthcare professionals.
Oak HC/FT led the Series C round, while Signalfire, GSR Ventures, Tiger Global Management and Kaiser Permanente Ventures also participated.
San Francisco-based Osso VR said in a news release that the funds will accelerate its surgical education access initiative and to invest in bringing talent to the company to provide high-fidelity surgical training experiences to more specialty areas.
The company develops on-demand, immersive modules for surgical teams to train independently or collaboratively in a virtual environment before stepping into a real operating room. Medical device companies also use the technology to introduce products digitally and avoid certain challenges associated with traditional educational pathways, such as conflicting schedules, remote staff and costly travel.
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