Osso VR, a San Francisco-based virtual reality (VR) surgical training and assessment platform, announced that it has secured $66 million in Series C funding led by Oak HC/FT. The round also includes participation from Signalfire, GSR Ventures, Tiger Global Management and Kaiser Permanente Ventures.
The capital will be used to scale Osso VR's platform and hire talents to bring high-fidelity surgical training experiences to additional specialty areas.
Founded in 2016, Osso VR is a surgical training and assessment platform designed for medical device companies and practicing surgeons of all skill levels.
Osso VR produces on-demand, immersive modules that allow surgical teams to train independently or collaboratively in a virtual environment before stepping foot into a real operating room. The company's modules cover multiple specialty areas, such as orthopedics, spine, interventional cardiology, and general surgery, amongst others.
Medical device companies also use Osso VR to introduce technology digitally, addressing many challenges of traditional educational pathways, such as conflicting physician schedules, remote staff, and costly travel.
The company said it currently partners with Johnson & Johnson, Stryker, Zimmer Biomet, and Smith + Nephew.