Proximie is a software platform that allows physicians and medical device experts to virtually scrub-in to any operating room or cath lab, from anywhere in the world.
Every Proximie assisted procedure can be recorded, analysed and leveraged for future use to help inform best practice. By empowering physicians to share skills in real-time – before, during and after surgery – Proximie is helping to reduce variation in care and help to save lives.
Proximie was built to be light, easily deployed on low bandwidth, and therefore as usable in austere environments as it is in a high-end hospital. The platform has been used in every surgical specialty and is currently being used in more than 50 countries, over 300 hospitals worldwide, and by over 35 medical device organisations.
Founded in 2016 by Dr Nadine Hachach-Haram FRCS (Plast), BEM, the NHS clinical entrepreneur wanted to extend the geographical reach of a surgeon and create the effect of a borderless operating room. The company’s ultimate ambition is to bring to life its vision of Connected Surgical Care; a future global network of operating rooms interconnected by the world’s best clinicians, where every incision is already informed by machine learning and every clinician will be empowered with real-time diagnostics, data and analysis. By digitising surgery, Proximie can help accelerate the adoption of best practices, democratise access to the best surgical expertise for training and help to create better patient outcomes.