Learn how medical simulation professionals connect with their peers and what they value in peer relationships.

See how user behavior is influenced by geographic region and role.

Understand how different roles affect users’ product experience and decision making criteria.

Get a statistical breakdown and analysis of product category scores and views by user role.

“This report provides deeper insight into user profiles and customer needs, including decision maker behavior statistics and analysis.”

Connect with your users

It’s hard to get information about decision makers, how customers are using your products, and overall trends in the industry. In this report we combine social insight with user feedback broken out by role (technician, clinician, educator + administrator), so you can understand how the decisions and experiences change across different customer segments.

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Deeper industry insight

Traditional industry reports focus on industry size, growth, and revenue generation. KeyIn’s 2015 Medical Simulation Report instead provides deeper insight into users profiles and customer needs, including decision maker behavior statistics and analysis. This information can be incredibly valuable in helping companies better identify their customers while providing the best possible value, quality and customer service. 

Technicians have more influence and interest in the decision making process.
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  • One premium physical copy of the 2015 Medical Simulation Industry Report
  • Downloadable electronic version (PDF)
  • The opportunity to apply the cost of the report towards a KeyIn vendor subscriber account if you subscribe within two weeks of purchasing

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