Our speakers are confirmed and we are a go for our Medical in VR and AR Meetup. Please note that we are starting at 6 pm this time.
Healthcare is undergoing a dramatic transformation which demands novel approaches to next generation solutions. As such, over the last few years, healthcare systems have begun to utilize immersive technology--including Augmented Reality (AR),Virtual Reality (VR), mixed reality and 360-degree video--as innovative tools for healthcare delivery. Doctor's Manning and Pearson will lead us through some of these innovations.
Our awesome sponsor, Wheelhouse Media, is hosting the event (601 S Cedar St #201 · Charlotte, NC near Panther Stadium). Parking is free with the upper lot having more parking and easier access.
If you are involved in VR or AR in the Charlotte area, let me know so we can highlight your project or company. Thanks and see you on Thursday, September 19th.
Double-boarded in Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics, Dr. Manning has a knack for picking up new technology quickly and then applying it to the bedside. He was an early adopter of the HTC Vive, gave guest lectures and mentorship for the University of Illinois at Chicago's Human Augmentics course, and presented on healthcare VR/AR at Chicago's annual Taste of Science event. Dr. Manning is the Director of Clinical Informatics at Atrium Health's Carolinas Medical Center, Department of Emergency Medicine. He is also a part of the startup scene in healthcare credentialing (ArchiveCore) and usability (MayJuun).
Dave received his BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida in 1997 and 1998, respectively. He completed medical school at Vanderbilt University in 2002, Emergency Medicine residency at Denver Health Medical Center in 2006, and a Masters in Business Administration from Wake Forest University in 2017. He serves as core faculty for the residency and pediatric EM fellowship programs. His passions are quality of care, ED operations, healthcare innovation and technology, graduate medical education, cardiac arrest resuscitation, cardiovascular emergencies, and healthcare for the homeless. In 2007, Dave established the Code Cool™ post-cardiac arrest resuscitation program at CMC which incorporates targeted temperature management and provides cutting-edge post-cardiac arrest care. In 2015, he established the novel Team-Focused CPR program for inpatient cardiac arrests and subsequently in 2017 utilized virtual reality to train providers and nurses. He currently serves as the medical director for Atrium Health’s resuscitation program and the J. Lee Garvey Chest Pain Network. He is always pursuing innovative approaches of emergency care delivery that improve patient-oriented outcomes.