Enhance clinical performance with AI-powered simulations, at scale
Enhance performance across different specialties and skill domains from common misdiagnoses to bedside manner.
Identify areas for improvement aligned to key outcome measures. Proactively manage risk, before it gets to the patient.
Give users the tools to turn any device into a powerful learning engine, with auto-assessment and infinite attempts to learn more in less time.
Off-the-shelf packages to get started right away
Create custom scenarios and avatars or select from our off-the-shelf catalogue.
Launch voice-based conversational modules available anytime, anywhere.
Get instant feedback with tailored markschemes for different learner levels.
Aggregate and export user data for analysis and strategy.
Funded by NHS England, the SBRI healthcare panel decided to award Re:course a £1 million phase two contract following an evaluation earlier in the year, where the platform significantly improved the performance of clinicians in patient encounters.
The agreement followed a successful pilot of the platform which led to an average student improvement of 24% and excellent student feedback. Re:course is providing WMED with a curated content library to enhance clinical skills such as history taking, physical exams skills, clinical reasoning, note-taking and interpretation of data collected during care.
”...Augmenting [SimCentre] experiences with this technology will promote student development across multiple competencies in the coveted asynchronous, virtual, immediate-feedback, on-demand area of education."- Michael E Busha, MD, MBA, Associate Dean of Educational Affairs, Chair and Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Education, and Assistant Professor of Department of Family and Community Medicine
Using digital patients, Re:course have developed learning content to challenge clinicians, highlight trauma-informed care and serve an unmet need in the population.
“The MoD has seen value in working with Recourse AI and their approach to de-risk understanding of how serving Military Personnel and Veterans can receive more targeted and timely support through Healthcare Services.” - Darren Watts, Technical Partner at Dstl