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Schlesinger Group Opens Hospital Simulation Center in Chicago

Art Flanagan | 29 Mar, 2022 | News | 0 Comments | Return|

Healthcare industry professionals can now test and substantiate medical products and experiences with their intended users in Schlesinger Clinical Research’s new high-fidelity Hospital Simulation Center in Chicago.

The Chicago Sim Center replicates a fully equipped hospital room and is flexible enough to simulate operating, inpatient, or general practitioners' rooms. From one-way viewing and breakout rooms to client lounges and high-specification recording (such as Pan Tilt Zoom cameras) and data-capture technology, the all-new Sim Center delivers one of the most comprehensive and effective simulation study experiences in the market.

“This cutting-edge space for clinical and simulated-use testing empowers research teams and product engineers to dive deep into the true experience of using a product in a simulated intended use environment,” said Schlesinger’s Human Factors VP Chris Kim, MD. “We designed it so that insight providers and product manufacturers have a controlled environment to study their product in a realistic space to accurately determine whether it can be considered safe and effective for its intended users.”

Schlesinger Clinical Research, a leading clinical research and human factors data collection provider, delivers data analysis and comprehensive reporting, leveraging in-house research experts to offer consultations and write protocols and discussion guides for executing studies in the facility.

“We have already begun to leverage this space for medical device testing, harnessing our end-to-end solutions to streamline the research and testing process for our clients seeking regulatory and commercial success,” said Kim.

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Art Flanagan

Art Flanagan

Art oversees communications initiatives that promote and support the Insights Association’s various initiatives, including events and a multitude of member benefits and programs. With a team of experienced colleagues, Art manages the association’s website, publications, directories and social media. He assists with curation of content featured in events, webinars and in publications. Art has worked in communications for more than two decades. He began his career as a journalist, writing for newspapers and business magazines. Later, he moved into corporate communications. Art served as Director of Marketing at Hostcentric, Inc., a $60-million-dollar web services company, Manager of Communications & Publications at Bennington College in Vermont, Executive Director of Communications at Dowling College and from 2007-2016 served as VP, Communications for CASRO. He is a graduate of Siena College.

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