Custom-made Decision-Making Simulators for Medical Decisions

XRdecisions develops the most advanced tailor-made VR decision making simulators for reducing medical errors and saving lives

Let Your Data Take Your Department to Higher Grounds

The simulator detects and reviews errors and biases of medical doctors and interns and provides to the user in real time a valuable feedback report. An executive report is being produced for managers. 

Cloud Platform

XRdecisions uncovers errors in decision making for intensive care units.

Reports  & Output

Individual reports with personalized recommendations are provided to the user to improve decision-making

Data Points

Our proprietary engine collects data points that are aggregated and analyzed to identify both weaknesses and strengths in decision-making.

The Process

The process takes minutes but results in a detailed report with remediation suggestions that transform the quality of future decisions.

Did you know?

Medical errors are one of the leading causes of deaths in the world, responsible for more than 400,000 deaths and $37 billion in financial losses annually in the U.S. alone. XRdecisions enables medical providers to reduce errors in medical decisions, using cutting edge technology.  

Blue Background

The platform currently focuses on cardiovascular ICU decisions where errors are intolerable, but is also developing with the input of leading medical experts, simulations and scenarios in a multitude of specializations and sub-specialization in response to the growing need of hospitals, and medical schools, to significantly reduce human errors in intensive care units. Another promising version of the simulator is being developed for nurses.

We Take Pride in Our Numbers

Hundreds 

Doctors and Interns in hospitals

10

Hospitals

20

Years of academic research

1000

Individual and group reports

about us

 Professor Alex Mintz, former provost and head of the Computerized Decision-Making Lab at Reichman University.

Yuval Barr, VP Sales

Lior Gefen, Director of Operations

Avidan Shapira, Business Development Consultant