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2016’s Medical Trends

Since the first bump or bruise the practices for usage of medicine has developed to meet the needs of the patient. Over the past few years we’ve seen a great push toward technology and integration on almost every level of medical care. The rest...

BioSkills Lab

With so much going on in the healthcare industry, one thing that cannot be overlooked is the important of usable and functioning devices in the operating room. Medical device manufacturers have spent the last few years attempting to win over...

Anatomical Specimen Training

While the world has become increasingly dependent on technology as a tool for education, some things simply cannot be left to a simulation. Namely, the practice of working with the human body. In fact, research has shown that students performing...

Putting on an event takes a keen sense of planning and execution. Just as you cannot hope to plan a wedding in a day, a BioSkills training session always requires a fair amount of due diligence for both the facility, and the client. We know that...

What is May's Scoop at Medicor?  

It begins with Cafe-Chat...what everyone's talking about at break-outs from the bioskills lab and didactic training!  It never fails, females and males alike (especially at this time of year) are...

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Who knows why in 2010 Paul Breitenbach of Healthwerks LLC, created Medicor:  a professional bio-skills lab space to bring to-the-moment med-ed techniques to his surgeons?  He states there are three reasons:  1)  Sunshine Act  2)  Local Training  ...

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