In an article from Medcitynews, we hear about how AppliedVR presented it’s experiences with Cancer and Hypertension at the MedCity CONVERGE Conference in Philadelphia this week.
Matthew Stoudt, Co-founder of AppliedVR spoke about how VR technology can be used to improve patient therapy and physician education with minimal cost to hospital systems.
Additionally he spoke about how VR technology can ease anxiety and influence patients to change their personal health behaviors during their cancer treatment. Additionally, he also has data that supports a measured blood pressure drop in hypertension patients.
Read more at: Medcitynews