• Leading French health and services provider Clinique des Champs-Élysées is hosting a virtual open day in the metaverse on Thursday, April 20, focusing on women’s health.
• The event aims to break the taboo surrounding women’s health issues and empower women to seek help for their health concerns.
• Tracy Cohen Sayag, President of the Clinique des Champs-Élysées, discussed the clinic’s experience with metaverse platforms and their potential in healthcare.
Women’s Health in the Metaverse: French Clinic Hosts Landmark Event
A leading French clinic has hosted a metaverse event focused on women’s health. This event is part of a trend towards using innovative ways to engage patients through the metaverse. Clinique des Champs-Élysées, a leading French health and services provider, is hosting a virtual open day on Thursday, April 20th focused on topics such as pregnancy, perineal rehabilitation, G-spots, menopause, and chemotherapy treatments. To make this event globally accessible the clinic has partnered with virtual world creator RLTY to stream live in RLTY WORLD.
President of the Clinique des Champs Elysées Discusses Metavers Experiences
DailyCoin reached out to Tracy Cohen Sayag, President of the Clinique des Champs-Élysées to discuss her experiences with various metaverse platforms concerning their uses in healthcare. She related that they had organized an event in Decentraland which was successful but had some basic graphics and poor interaction between participants. This led them to switch universes for their second edition dedicated to women’s intimate health by partnering with RLTY who specializes in design for virtual events.
Adoption of Metaverse Technology by Healthcare Facilities
When asked about how quickly healthcare clinics are adopting metaverse technology Sayag noted that they were one of the first clinics to host an event in a virtual world and are now looking at other opportunities such as providing educational seminars or workshops within these spaces as well as expanding into more advanced technologies such as augmented reality (AR) or mixed reality (MR). They also hope that other healthcare facilities will follow suit so that more people can benefit from these innovative tools for patient engagement.
Benefits of Virtual Platforms for Women’s Health
Sayag stressed how beneficial these virtual platforms can be for women’s health issues which often remain overlooked or stigmatized due to cultural barriers or lack of knowledge about available treatments or resources. By providing an open platform where people can ask questions anonymously without fear of judgement clinics like theirs are helping empower women around the world who would otherwise not have access to reliable information or support systems regarding their own wellbeing .
The use of virtual platforms like those provided by RLTY offers unprecedented opportunities for healthcare providers like Clinique des champs e lysée s who are seeking new ways engage patients while breaking down traditional taboos associated with certain medical conditions affecting mainly female populations worldwide . It remains to be seen just how far this technology will go but it certainly looks promising when it comes improving access quality care regardless geographical location .