Value-Based Healthcare from a Mentice Perspective

Value-Based Healthcare is snowballing its way into the gateways of many healthcare systems across the world. We believe that simulation used for refining and verifying interventional skills should play a significant part in shaping the future for Value-Based Healthcare.
 

ENDOVASCULAR KNOWLEDGE & EVENTS

Proctor led neurovascular simulation sessions at ESMINT

 The European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapies, ESMINT, is an important date on the calendar for INR clinicians, also for countries from outside Europe.

Mentice at CIRSE Congress, Barcelona 2016

We are very pleased to once again be an integral part in the upcoming CIRSE Congress to be held in Barcelona September 10-14th.

Mentice will be part of the Scientific Program in the hands on Principles to Practice: education and simulation skills training.

Key Points from EuroPCR in Paris 2016

A couple of weeks ago, Mentice participated at EuroPCR in Paris. It is the leading annual conference in interventional cardiovascular medicine in Europe. Interventional physicians across cardiology, radiology and neurology, along with experts from medtech companies, come together to this impressive event.



Mentice joins SESAM in Lisbon 2016

Mentice is once again proud to be at the forefront of advances in medical simulation, in joining the inspiring SESAM  (The Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine) Congress in Lisbon from June 15-17th.

Acute Ischemic Stroke - Emergency Training of the Interventional Treatment Teams

Did you know that when a stroke occurs, around 1.9 million neurons die per minute? Stroke requires emergency treatment and cannot be planned in advance. The emergency team needs to act fast. In this blog post, I will discuss endovascular management of stroke and how emergency teams can safely train for interventional clot extraction. 

Mentice receives grant to develop a simulation-based training system for stroke treatment

Mentice has received a grant from the Swedish government agency for innovation, Vinnova, to develop a simulation-based training system including validated metrics capable of assessing proficiency in treatment of acute ischemic stroke (AIS).

Training with Improved Outcomes

Adoption of New Technologies

Safety and Quality Improvements

Mentice world wide

Our Customers ARE global

Eighty percent of the world's leading medical device manufacturers and more than 150 hospital customers choose to work with us. Below you'll find a few examples of these. We have local representation in the USA, Europe, Brazil, China and Japan.

HOSPITALS & TRAINING CENTERS

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MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY

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