We envision a world where doctors and hospital staff can train whenever and wherever they need. No matter where they work. No matter the procedure. A world where device companies and medical teams can practice together from anywhere, and empower themselves to grow with accurate assessment and insightful data. So they can deliver better outcomes for patients everywhere.
Our VR training and assessment platform enables healthcare professionals to train on any procedure and to stay on top of the latest advancements in medical technology. So the people we count on to restore our health and save our lives have training as advanced and effective as the procedures they perform.
Our values define what we believe in and why we do what we do. We earn our
place in the medical community by making things that advance them.
We enable healthcare professionals to learn new procedures, acquire new skills and assess their performance, so they can provide the best outcomes for their patients.
We believe where you practice shouldn’t limit the procedures you can perform. Our platform provides access to training and assessment for any procedure, whenever and wherever the need arises.
Objective assessment is key to learning and growth. Our platform analyzes performance data to give surgeons insight into their proficiency and provide guidance on how to realize their full potential.
We help device companies introduce new techniques and deliver clinical training at scale. So practitioners everywhere can explore, learn and adopt the best innovations for their patients.
Justin is a board-eligible orthopedic surgeon with a Bioengineering degree from UC Berkeley, and an MD from UCLA, where he graduated first in his class. He completed his residency at UCLA and his fellowship in pediatric orthopedics at Harvard and Boston Children’s Hospital.
Originally interning to become a game developer at Activision-Blizzard, he decided to find a way to combine his passions and use his technology background to solve medical challenges after a personal family health incident introduced him to the world of healthcare. During his residency, he identified what could be one of the most pressing medical challenges of this century: how we are training our surgeons and proceduralists. With a strong interest in gaming and a first-hand understanding of the challenges facing residents and experienced doctors, he co-founded Osso VR with a mission to improve patient safety and democratize access to modern surgical techniques.
Justin has contributed as an editor at Medgadget for over a decade. He has spoken at multiple conferences including TEDMED, CES, Exponential Medicine, and Health 2.0. He also currently serves as a member of the Consumer Technology Association’s Health Technology Division Board of Directors.
He currently resides in sunny Northern California with his two great danes. In his freetime, you can find him enthusiastically singing karaoke and searching for the perfect slice of pizza.
Matt Newport is a veteran game developer who co-founded Osso VR with the idea that engaging, immersive video game technology could be used for good. As Chief Technology Officer, Matt leads the strategic direction of development while managing a team of highly-trained engineers.
Prior to co-founding Osso VR, Matt had a passion for games and worked for over 15 years at studios both big and small, including EA and THQ. He has 9 game development credits and was one of Oculus’ early backers for their Kickstarter campaign.
Originally hailing from the U.K., Matt now resides in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. He pairs his extensive professional expertise of virtual reality with a love for the outdoors, and snowboards and hikes often when the weather allows. Besides being fluent in a plethora of programming languages, Matt also speaks Farsi.