Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have the potential to significantly improve how medical imaging professionals are trained and perform, but advancements in how process data is collected, operationalized, and used in VR simulations are needed. That is the key finding in new research presented by Heather Harris, Ph.D. and Inteleos Data Scientist, Denali Carpenter, at the 20th annual Innovations in Medical Education (IME) conference by Inteleos™, a non-profit global healthcare certification organization.