Simple, Secure Telemedicine Solutions

VSee Telemedicine Kit – In Gabon and Beyond

The VSee Telemedicine Field Kit was created specially for our return trip to Gabon where we had previously deployed telemedicine for the Albert Schweitzer Hospital (HAS).
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VSee Mobile Clinic in Iraqi Kurdistan – Refugee Medical Care

VSee traveled to the Domiz Syrian refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan where the VSee telemedicine kit was successfully used to conduct remote eye exams with a remote eye specialist located in Panama
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VSee Telemedicine in the Amazonian Jungle

Ophthalmic surgeon Dr. Milton Yogi and his team from the University of Sao Paolo use VSee telemedicine (start video 2:17) to bring specialist medical care to rural villages deep in the Amazon rainforest Continue reading…

Former Apple CEO John Sculley Debuts VSee iPad for Telehealth!

VSee was the star of this year’s SIIA conference, where former Apple CEO John Sculley demonstrated
VSee iPad for simple, secure home health consultations à la video conference.

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VSee – ATA People’s Choice Winner!

VSee wins People’s Choice Award in the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Telemedicine Video
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Intermountain Healthcare Demos VSee Simple Telemedicine for Neonatal Care (NICU)

VSee’s simple software-only video conference with the ability to send multiple video feeds makes it perfect for a neonatal ICU (NICU) telemedicine setup as Dr. Stephen Minton, Intermountain Healthcare neonatologist demonstrates here.
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Remote Ultrasound from Gabon to Harvard Medical School

VSee travels to Gabon to deploy VSee telemedicine for the The Albert Schweitzer Hospital (HAS).
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Simple, secure video conferencing and screen share telemedicine software.

One-click web video calling

  • VSee simplifies patient-doctor interactions with its easy no-install, one-click video calling
    from the web.

One-click screen share

  • Whether it’s a medical chart or treatment instructions, doctors or patients can share the
    application or document by simply clicking on it. Circle or draw on the shared application with
    the VSee annotation tool to make explanations clear.

Share medical devices

  • VSee provides medical device integration with stethoscopes, otoscopes, ultrasounds, X-rays,
    surgical fluoroscopes, etc. Doctors can both receive clear medical device readings and observe
    patients in HD video simultaneously.

Low bandwidth HD video and 3G mobility

  • VSee makes HD video practical over consumer networks by only requiring a fraction of the bandwidth of
    Skype and Vidyo. An NIH paper published in the Journal of Telemedicine and eHealth showed that VSee works
    well even over 3G networks. VSee is ideal where bandwidth is low and has been successfully used from
    Rwanda to Indonesia to Syria.

Secure, encrypted, and HIPAA compliance

  • VSee uses end-to-end 256-bit AES, FIPS 140-2 certified encryption to guarantee that no servers have access to
    the decryption keys. VSee is so secure that it beat out Cisco and Polycom for U.S. Congress approval
    to run behind its firewall. Learn more at


VSee Medical Applications

“VSee was selected for videoconferencing because… its data rates could go as low as 50 Kbps for
video, it could support remote control of PTZ cameras, it provided secure encrypted video
transmission, and its video looked superior to other low-bandwidth products.”
Locatis, Craig. NIH Case Study: Video Medical Interpretation Over 3G Cellular Networks. Telemedicine and eHealth Dec. 2010


“VSee is a godsend. It’s really the only tool we’ve found that has been a seamless solution for us.
VSee combined with satellite capability is easy to set up and makes doing telemedicine work in the
disaster relief field possible. It changed the scope of everything we were doing and tremendously
increased our success rate with patients.”
Randy RobersonCSO of All Humanity Group


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Why VSee and not Vidyo, not American Well

Most telemedicine solutions start at around $30,000 for the equipment. The video conferencing
technologies used in those solutions have complex hardware and back-end infrastructure that make
telemedicine deployments very time consuming. More importantly, existing solutions often do not work
in the field without providing for expensive high-bandwidth networks.

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