We’re more than a telemedicine platform. We’re people who believe in the power of telemedicine to save money, save lives, and improve healthcare. Our mission is to make telehealth an everyday experience, and we’re committed to helping our partners succeed at this. VSee serves over 1000 companies including Walgreens, MDLIVE, Trinity, DaVita, HCA, Seton, McKesson-US Oncology, and others.
VSee was founded in 2008 by two Stanford PhD students, Milton and Erika, who wanted to make remote work simple. The original VSee platform was coded by Milton who did his PhD research on the psychology of video communications. Milton has deployed VSee for former President Obama’s Inauguration, for the Navy Seals, for Hillary Clinton and Angelina Jolie in their refugee work. He has also personally traveled to Iraq twice, Syria twice, as well as Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America on numerous humanitarian and medical missions trips.
Today we are a global band of designers and engineers passionate about using our skills to do good as we strive to overcome the barriers preventing telehealth from being an everyday experience. Telemedicine shouldn’t be another EMR nightmare, and doctors don’t need more apps they won’t use. We’re here to create a telemedicine experience that’s as simple as shopping online. That’s what we do best.
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Our Advisory Board
James Davis, PhD, Technical Advisor
James is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His research expertise is in novel sensor systems for both scientific measurement and user interface design. His award winning research has resulted in over 80 invited talks, patents, and peer-reviewed publications.
Pat Hanrahan, PhD, Technical Advisor
Pat is the Canon USA Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University. He received two Technical Academy Awards for his revolutionary work in the field of computer special effects. A pioneer of computer-mediated visualization, Pat was a founding employee of Pixar.
Terry Winograd, PhD, Technical Advisor
Terry is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University. Terry is world-renowned for designing effective computer-mediated interaction. He was the PhD advisor to Larry Page, whose project became Google.
David Kelley, Technical Advisor
David is the founder of IDEO and a professor (and lead creator) of Stanford University's School of Design (d.School). An Edison Achievement Award recipient, David has helped revolutionize ideas of creativity and design, pioneering the first Apple mouse, the first Palm Treo, and Steelcase's Leap chair.