Indegene, a digital-first, life sciences commercialisation company announced the launch of metaverse capabilities to support life sciences organisations with a variety of use cases, including health care provider (HCP) interactions, HCP education, and patient education.
A statement from the company said, “Indegene’s domain expertise will provide life sciences organidations a foundation for navigating the complexity of this emerging technology and the flexibility to create tailored virtual worlds. Using these, life sciences organizations can foster immersive healthcare experiences, like interactions with HCPs in a virtual medical congress, meeting for a virtual educational lecture, or facilitating interactions in a virtual patient hub.”
“Life sciences organisations are looking to reimagine healthcare interactions and be ahead of the curve. Providing new ways to connect, educate, and lead transformation using virtual and augmented reality can help solve some of their key business challenges. We are excited to bring to our clients the ability to create immersive experiences to aid seamless and richer engagements with HCPs and patients. Indegene’s metaverse capabilities to design highly personalised virtual worlds, coupled with our experience and deep domain expertise, enables life sciences companies to be future ready,” said Gaurav Kapoor, Executive Vice President, Indegene.
“Metaverse has the potential to be a game changer in the education industry. Its intrinsic nature opens the door for a new dimension of how knowledge can be shared and measured”, said, Gustavo Kesselring, Vice President, External Affairs, at IFAPP Academy. “In the near future, its gamification features can be used to transform the way we have taught and evaluated for more than a hundred years, and the early adopters will benefit the most.”
Indegene is a member of the Metaverse Standards Forum, a cross-industry forum designed to foster cooperation and interoperability standards for an open metaverse.