ATA Telehealth Expo 2012, Coming Up April 29!


This year VSee will be exhibiting at the biggest  telehealth event of the year: the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Conference!  Whether you are interested in

  • checking out cutting edge medical technologies,
  • meeting leaders in the telemedicine field,
  • updating yourself on the latest telemedicine and mhealth  research, policy, and practices,
  • hearing Steve Wozniak (Apple co-founder) speak, or
  • getting the latest training in telehealth

Register today at to get your Free Expo Only Pass, and we hope to see you at the conference April 29-May 1 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.

 width=VSee HD group video chat and application-sharing software is currently used by MDLiveCare for calling doctors from the home, Parkview hospital for remote stroke care, UCSF for remote ultrasound, Stanford hospital for medical interpretation, and Kaiser Permanente for remote allergy consultation.  An NIH paper published in the Journal of Telemedicine and eHealth showed that VSee works even over home networks including 3G and 4G unlike Polycom, Cisco/Tandberg.

VSee will be in booth No. 1544.  You can also check out the full List of Over 200 Exhibitors and Floor Plan here.  Hope to see you there!

When:  April 29 – May 1, 2012
150 West San Carlos Street
San Jose, CA

VSee Booth: No. 1544


Video Link: 2011 ATA show floor movie

About ATA

“The American Telemedicine Association is the leading resource and advocate promoting access to medical care for consumers and health professionals via telecommunications technology. ATA seeks to bring together diverse groups from traditional medicine, academic medical centers, technology and telecommunications companies, e-health, medical societies, government and others to overcome barriers to the advancement of telemedicine through the professional, ethical and equitable improvement in health care delivery.” –

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