Chafic Kazoun of Atellis showed us SimCube, an appliance they've built that runs a Flex 2 application which is now testing 25% of medical students in the US. The application and the device are hooked to a medical test body with sensors throughout so you can test and see the reaction a real patient would have.
The simulation software allow you to set up sessions with notes, and you can add participants so that other doctors can see the same video and procedure. The application streams 3 video feeds from the test room in real time. Instructors can annotate the video as you go which allows instructors to provide feedback as the session takes place. Students can go back and watch the video, with annotations, to get feedback during the "debrief session"
The debrief session shows the video but also graphs of all the vial signs from the fake patient. With the graph, you can move the videos so you can find out what may have caused a vital sign spike. You can also control the interface so videos are zoomable and vital signs can be turned on and off. It's an interesting use case for Flex 2 and the user interface give a lot of power to the session managers and participants.