Justin Barad saw firsthand one of the most critical challenges we face in healthcare today: how we train and assess our healthcare professionals with their technical skills. The problem is really 3 core dynamics: there is too much to learn, procedures are getting more complicated, and there is a general lack of technical skill assessment in healthcare. With his background in gaming, he got involved in VR very early with the Oculus DK1 and immediately recognized virtual reality’s ability to address this problem. You can use it anytime, anywhere, train on any procedure, use your hands in a realistic way, and get objective assessment. Justin co-founded Osso VR with a mission to improve patient outcomes, increase the adoption of higher-value medical technologies, and democratize global access to the latest surgical techniques. Follow this link to download the slides from this presentation (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uqgw3A5ZUuPUqUexymBsnEz7HQ3XlR3a/view?usp=sharing).