As the demand for quality health care increases, so too does the drive for research in simulation. Applied research focuses on moving a proven technology or process in a practical form into the real clinical space.
The best way to determine if a product will work in the health care setting is getting those tools in the hands of those who will utilize them. Simulation’s role is to facilitate the movement from “bench to bedside” through rapid cycles of discovery and design. From basic concept in a simulated apartment setting to full application in real patient homes, this series of studies and its findings could potentially enhance and change the way we treat chronically ill patients.
With ARCHES, Jump looks to pair clinicians and engineers together to create new technologies that enhance training and data in clinical spaces.
Jump has completed work on the evaluation of telehealth devices that could possibly make critical diagnoses in real-time, minimizing the need for emergency room visits.
The Jump ARCHES program seeks to fund new tools using imaging, health information technology, human factors, and a variety of other disciplines, to enhance medical simulation and education.Learn More
The goal is to improve the quality of care and outcomes for patients and to reduce health care costs.
Jump offers the opportunity for businesses to get their designs tested by medical professionals before they go to market.Learn More
Usability research evaluates and provides critical feedback on the design, interface and use of a device or new discovery.