PM360 2020 Innovative Product Level Ex Remote Play from Level Ex

Level Ex Remote Play

Level Ex

Tom Donnelly, Chief Revenue Officer

Imagine if a sales representative in one city could diagnose a virtual patient with a physician thousands of miles away, together, over web conferencing. Or, during a remote peer-to-peer event, a group of physicians and KOLs could learn about and discuss a drug by playing thrilling medical video games. These hypothetical scenarios become reality with Level Ex Remote Play.

Level Ex Remote Play is a proprietary, cloud-based gaming platform that enables a shared, remote environment where multiple people can engage and interact with the same content at the same time in the same environment without compromising visual quality or real-time interactivity.

For a group, peer-to-peer event, participants enter a digital arena by clicking a link or QR code. There, they play clinical strategy, puzzle, or knowledge-based games that facilitate rich discussion and knowledge transfer. For example, a KOL host presents a medical scenario that integrates seamlessly into any web conferencing platform such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Webex, or GoToMeeting, and each participant enters their choices on their individual device. Peers learn concepts together through playing, which translates to achieving KPIs, better participation rates, and a positive experience for attendees.

The platform also aids with one-on-one remote sales detailing meetings. Pharmaceutical representatives can enrich physicians’ understanding of the benefits of a drug, an approach to managing a disease, or the complexity of a patient journey by playing short games together, which creates a deeper connection and can drive behavior change.

Level Ex Remote Play marks the first time that cloud-based gaming technology is being used in healthcare enabling the industry with remote collaboration opportunities that did not exist before.


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