Medical practices of every venue have been affected by the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic. It is likely that your medical practice or organization has had to redefine how you offer services to patients, including how COVID-19 affects your particular specialty.
In fact, many medical practices have only recently reopened and began performing what were designated as optional/non-vital services or procedures. After the brief hiatus, it may benefit your practice and your clientele to provide some clear information about what you have to offer and how it can benefit the public during the pandemic.
What is 3D MOA Animation?
MOA stands for “mechanism of action,” and it is commonly used to visually detail how diseases, molecules or even medical devices function. An MOA animation clearly shows development, process, flow and the effects of often complicated and miniscule medical processes or organisms.
Such a tool could simply and clearly demonstrate how the COVID-19 virus is passed to others and enters the human body, illustrating the importance of mitigation measures like wearing masks, social distancing and enhanced sanitation measures. Such a visual can often clarify how complicated processes affect patients.
The SGNY Group in Manhattan features extensively trained and experienced professional animators who can take important medical concepts and illustrate them clearly through scientific MOA animations. From illustrating bodily processes to scientific actions at the molecular level, our animators have vast experience creating animations for various medical professionals.
These stunningly accurate MOA animations are ideal for communicating complex truths simply and clearly in instructional settings, for use with patients or in advertising. The SGNY Group animators specialize in healthcare-related productions, and we can work with you to create any deliverable for your unique medical practice or organization.
Contact The SGNY Group in New York City today at 212-584-5661 or send us a message online to discuss your needs for MOA animations or other digital products for healthcare.