Pricing

Simucase offers plans to fit everyone's needs - from individual to institution.
Each membership offers unlimited access to our comprehensive platform, which includes patient simulations,
observation videos, and a bank of questions to test and assess your expertise!

Semester Icon Semester
$59/semester

Get 4 months of unlimited access to all of Simucase and individual reporting.

Annual Icon Annual
$99/year

Get 12 months of unlimited access to all of Simucase and individual reporting.

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Free access

Semester and annual memberships purchased for students include free faculty memberships.

Telesupervision

Our certified therapists supervise your students to support your implementation of Simucase!

All subscriptions include:

Unlimited access to:
  • - Clinical simulations
  • - Video observation library
  • - Part-task trainers
  • - Interactive mode
User guide and resources
Simucase Sponsorship
  • - High exposure
  • - Unlimited branding and product education opportunities
  • - Ability to track and report metrics
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The benefits of using Simucase

Join thousands of students, professionals, and faculty who have embraced the power of simulation-based learning with Simucase! Assess, diagnose, make recommendations, and provide intervention for virtual patients with and explore engaging video clips in the patient video library.
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"I have reviewed several strategies on how to provide simulations (as per ACOTE policy) for our students attending fieldwork level I. So far, the best and most accurate product is Simucase. This seems to be the “gold” standard of OT programs in the nation."

— Tamara Pinchevsky-Font, DrOT, OTR/L at Keiser University