Medical visualisation technology provider apoQlar has entered into a collaboration with Mayo Clinic to advance patient care using extended reality (XR) technology.

The initiative is intended to develop personalised care plans for patients and boost the standard for treatment precision and efficacy.

The partnership combines the technological expertise of apoQlar with the advanced medical excellence of Mayo Clinic.

Additionally, Mayo Clinic, a nonprofit healthcare company, will provide its medical knowledge and clinical acumen to the project.

Both firms will develop individualised treatment plans for cancer patients using three-dimensional modelling.

By using XR technology, medical practitioners can visualise complex medical data in three dimensions, which offers previously unheard-of knowledge and comprehension, apoQlar said.

This development is said to support the creation of individualised treatment programmes, which eventually enhance patient results and satisfaction.

apoQlar CEO Sirko Pelzl said: “We aim to revolutionise patient care by incorporating cutting-edge XR technology into daily medical practices and workflows.

“This effort reflects our dedication to innovation and our belief in the power of technology to transform healthcare.”

The medical visualisation technology provider anticipates that the use of XR technology in patient care will bring in advantages like better patient education, improved interdisciplinary teamwork, and superior surgical planning.

XR technology is said to provide more intuitive engagement with medical data and human anatomy. This creates a seamless bridge between digital information and its real-world application.

The partnership will start with a project aimed at using XR technology to help Mayo Clinic create customised treatment regimens.

The initial phase will concentrate on creating online platforms that allow experts to work together and create the best possible treatment plans for patients by using a 3D interactive setting.

Additionally, the project seeks to highlight the advantages of XR in healthcare, its potential to enhance patient care, and promote its wider use in the medical industry.