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Philips Healthcare: HeartNavigator
Site designed in 2011

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  HeartNav


PHILIPS HEARTNAVIGATOR WEBSITE
Philips Healthcare continued its working relationship with DDA in 2011 with a project to develop an interactive eLearning tool to introduce physicians to their new medical device, the HeartNavigator. This live image guidance device is used in complex structural heart disease procedures. The eLearning tool features a virtual 3D environment introduced by an actor from the DDA Actors’ Network who helps the user navigate through both passive and active simulations of the device’s functions.

The simulations offer clinicians the chance to test their abilities with the HeartNavigator in a realistic, immersive environment that reflects genuine clinical practice without the fundamental risks involved in working with live patients. The passive simulation allows users to understand the various functions of the device while the active simulations test the user’s abilities by giving them feedback in real time indicating whether or not the user successfully performed each step in the procedure. When mistakes are found the user may view an example of the procedural step to refresh their memory.

After the active simulation a testing module tests the user’s grasp of the procedures utilizing the Philips HeartNavigator with a series of multiple choice questions verifying the retention of the most crucial information they need to take away from the eLearning tool. Users receive a personalized, dated certificate of completion upon attaining a passing score. DDA Medical also added an administrative back-end system for reporting user data, along with log-in and registration pages, and closed captioning for the hearing impaired.

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