Dec 2, 2015
Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU selected OUVA to create five interactive wellness platforms throughout the new pediatric outpatient pavilion, scheduled to open in March 2016.
Dogan Demir, Founder of OUVA, stated; "We are honored for the opportunity to deliver wellness experiences to the community at this scale. Wellness technology is an emerging platform to help improve quality of care and requires significant innovation, design research and multidisciplinary collaboration. We are extremely happy to see this partnership come to fruition. Our findings from this project will not only serve the local region, but will affect the patient experience nationwide."
OUVA creates wellness platforms that support patients through physical and mental challenges of hospitalization including restricted freedom, painful procedures, and unfamiliar settings. Its touch-free products serve all ages and promote emotions of wonder and joy - the magical environments allow patients to interact with imaginary worlds by moving their bodies. OUVA is one of the leaders in the field of health supported by intelligent systems, with products serving thousands of patients nationwide.
The project features five interactive wellness spaces inspired by the elements that surround the region. The playful experience will include interactive elements that include seasons, characters and sea life based on the James River.
Oct 18, 2018
Lakeland Regional Health Hospital located in Lakeland Florida chooses Ouva’s latest patient engagement solution to improve patient communication, education and their involvement in their care experience.
Mar 21, 2018
Sophisticated technology, like those found in autonomous driving vehicles, delivers an intuitive sensory experience in Packard Children's.
Sep 15, 2017
Newly renovated Children's National Medical Clinic adopted Ouva to enhance the waiting experience in their pediatric dental clinic in Washington, DC, USA. Being one of the best dental programs in the nation, the clinic treats over 10.000 patients every year, and nearly 50% of the patients have special needs that require expert care.
Designed and developed in California, USA.