Virtual Human Clinic

Virtual Human Clinic allows medical device makers to improve patient outcomes and accelerate regulatory approval using in silico clinical trials.

99% of medical devices are never tested in humans. Rising clinical costs are limiting organizational innovation capacity. Device recalls are on the rise indicating quality and reliability issues. Benchtop tests are expensive and time consuming, yet do not often provide much insight into product behavior. Increasing device complexity is accentuating all these challenges. 

Virtual Human Clinic enables the assessment of medical device safety and efficacy in a realistic virtual human environment by providing validated models of human organs and systems such as the human heart and musculoskeletal system. It also provides tools to modify the anatomical and physiological properties of existing models to develop archetypal, synthetic, and real patient twins that can be used to evaluate therapeutic efficacy and patient experience. Using these tools, device makers can reduce reliance on animal and clinical testing, accelerate the regulatory approval process, and improve device performance, patient satisfaction, and treatment outcome.