In this episode of Medsider Radio, we sat down with Justin Barad, Co-Founder and CEO of Osso VR.
Justin is an orthopedic surgeon with a passion for technology and a history of working in the video game industry. Using his experience and knowledge, he developed a virtual reality platform that can reform the way surgeons are trained and assessed.
In this conversation, Justin explains how he avoids being pulled in multiple directions with his technology, why it’s important to let potential customers get hands-on with your platform, and why tech can and should be fun — even in healthcare.
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Lastly, here's the link to the full interview with Justin if you'd rather read it instead.