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Corporation Vs Start-Up: the big dilemma

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It was an absolute honour and privilege to write an article for Simzine, featuring in Simzine #9 just in time for SESAM2023 in Lisbon. Simzine and their contributing team are bringing innovation on how they present healthcare simulation to the world. Driven by passion and curiosity, they are for sure impacting the positive spread on everything healthcare simulation. 

Thank you Pier Luigi Ingrassia and team

— Jake Rahman, CEO SimulationMan

Innovations within medical simulation cease to be innovative when they no longer bring substantial advancements or improvements to the field. When new developments become incremental or merely cosmetic, lacking a transformative impact on learning outcomes or patient care, they lose their innovative edge. Innovation requires pushing boundaries, challenging norms, and introducing novel approaches that significantly enhance training, interactivity, realism, and engagement. Once innovations become stagnant, fail to address critical needs, or fall behind emerging technologies, they risk becoming outdated and no longer effective in driving meaningful change. Continuous innovation is essential to ensure medical simulation remains at the forefront of education and contributes to improved healthcare practices.
Start-up healthcare simulation companies play a crucial role in driving innovation within the field of healthcare simulation. These companies bring fresh perspectives, new technologies, and disruptive ideas that can transform the way healthcare professionals are trained and improve patient outcomes. By pushing the boundaries of what is possible, start-ups challenge the status quo and inspire established players to innovate and evolve.
The SimulationCollective ethos aligns perfectly with the mission of start-up healthcare simulation companies. The collective aims to advance the field of healthcare simulation and promote best practices through collaboration and knowledge sharing. By embracing start-ups, the SimulationCollective creates a supportive ecosystem that fosters innovation and encourages the development of groundbreaking simulation solutions.
Start-ups have the freedom to explore unconventional approaches and take risks that more established companies may be hesitant to undertake. They can leverage emerging technologies, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and data analytics, to create novel simulation experiences that enhance learning, engagement, and skill development. These innovations have the potential to revolutionize healthcare education and improve the delivery of patient care.
Moreover, start-ups often have a strong entrepreneurial spirit and agility, allowing them to quickly adapt to changing needs and market demands. They can identify gaps in the existing simulation landscape and develop targeted solutions that address specific challenges in healthcare training. By bringing these solutions to market, start-ups contribute to a more diverse and comprehensive range of simulation options available to educators, students, and clinicians.
In conclusion, start-up healthcare simulation companies drive innovation by introducing new technologies, challenging established practices, and offering fresh perspectives. Their ability to take risks, embrace emerging technologies, and respond to market demands is essential for pushing the boundaries of healthcare simulation. The SimulationCollective recognizes the importance of start-ups in advancing the field and actively supports their growth and contribution to the collective’s ethos of collaboration and innovation.