2023 wasn’t just a year of growth for the Miya Model. It was a landmark year that propelled its impact on OBGYN training to new heights. We’re now poised to continue this remarkable journey in 2024, solidifying the Miya Model as the gold standard for surgical skill development worldwide.
Let’s rewind and appreciate the 2023 highlights!
The Miya Model’s Global Growth in 2023
- Industry recognition – Accolades from healthcare publications like Healthcare Tech Outlook and CEO Today Magazine solidified the Miya Model’s reputation for innovation and excellence.
- Widespread adoption – From regional hospitals to prestigious universities across the country, the Miya Model is revolutionizing training experiences far and wide. Notably, our collaboration with Wake Forest University for a TVH/Sling course garnered a 95.2% satisfaction rate from participants, emphasizing its effectiveness in preparing students for clinical practice.
- Reaching a global audience – The Miya Model’s impact transcended borders, earning a coveted spot on the Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid television series, reaching millions of viewers across 170+ public TV stations.
Now, we turn our sights to 2024, fueled by an ambitious vision.
What’s Ahead in 2024?
- Expanding our footprint – We’re building on our success with existing training programs and introducing new ones, both nationally and internationally.
- Partnering for progress – We’re excited to collaborate with companies to demonstrate the functionality of innovative pelvic prolapse devices.
- Scientific validation – Our ongoing NIH study, nearing completion with seven renowned vaginal hysterectomy training sites, will further solidify the Miya Model’s efficacy in real-world settings.
The Miya Model’s core objective remains unwavering: to equip healthcare institutions worldwide with a safe, effective, and accessible tool for honing surgical skills. This translates to better-trained OBGYNs, ultimately leading to enhanced patient care and improved clinical outcomes.
Ready to embrace the future of OBGYN training? Visit our website to discover how the Miya Model can enhance training at your institution.