The 3 Biggest Telehealth Frustrations in 2021- Part 1 Not Profitable

While everyone is doing telehealth, most are not happy with the experience for three key reasons: Not profitable No clinical impact No way to measure ROI and get actionable data This is the first in a series of three articles discussing each of these telehealth frustrations. Today we’ll talk about…

Walmart acquires MeMD for ONLY $6M?

On May 6, Walmart announced they acquired telehealth company MeMD – sending a shockwave through the telehealth world. By expanding its virtual care offerings, Walmart is taking another step to dominate the retail clinic health space. Walmart’s takeover of retail healthcare Walmart has already set out to spend billions of…

Why are Healthcare Systems leaving Zoom?

Accidentally leaking data to Facebook and letting hackers take over your camera and computer are two good reasons.  So why does everybody still love Zoom? It is still the world’s best video conference system!! It has a super simple UI, a robust video experience, and their CEO Eric Yuan is…

A Message From Our CEO – Important COVID-19 Updates

Dear VSee friends and users around the world, First I want to thank you all for your continued support during this unprecedented COVID-19 health crisis. It is our privilege and responsibility to serve the healthcare community at this time. I want to make sure you know that all of us…

Does Zoom Security Flaw Compromise Your Patient Privacy?

Last week, security researcher, Jonathan Leithscuh publicly disclosed a HUGE security flaw in Zoom video meeting platform. The flaw lets a hacker force you to join a call—webcam and all without your knowledge. It also leaves open the possibility of malicious ads and phishing attacks. Worst of all, the security flaw persists…

7 Secrets of Telehealth Adoption – Dr. Milton Chen (VSee)

Slides 7 Secrets of Telehealth Adoption from VSee

Building Telemedicine Infrastructure in Iraqi Kurdistan

I had the privilege of traveling to Iraq Kurdistan twice in the past two years to help bring much needed telemedicine infrastructure and surgical services to refugees and the local inhabitants. For this I have to thank the work of  renowned hepatic surgeon Dr. Gazi Zibari.  Continue Reading…

Three Reasons Why HealthSpot Died

HealthSpot, the poster child for telemedicine kiosks has suddenly and abruptly shut down. Its fall is rather poignant considering its much touted Continue Reading…

Is RockHealth Wrong? Why There is no Uber for Healthcare

Ritu Rajan and Teresa Wang of RockHealth wrote an excellent article digging into “Why There is No Uber for Healthcare.” It was a great summary of all the latest buzz around Uber and the digital health market as seen by RockHealth. Unfortunately the article missed the three most important points…

Why is Kaiser investing in Vidyo?

Vidyo, a fast growing video conference startup, recently raised another $15M – this time with $10M from healthcare investor Kaiser Permanente Ventures, according to MobiHealthNews. In the startup world, “unicorns” or high valuation startups tend to raise mega rounds as they approach IPO. Is Vidyo now a digital health unicorn?…

Did Vidyo / Fuze Kill Verizon Telehealth?

For the last few years, Verizon has been one of the titans leading the charge into the telemedicine space. Verizon had a big presence at tradeshows such as mHealth. They issued RFPs for video conference and telemedicine platforms to create their offerings, and created a huge buzz about the new Verizon…

VSee Android Beta Release!

Help us make VSee Android the best mobile video chat app ever! Get our VSee Android beta release here and send us your feedback and bug reports.  VSee Android, like VSee for iPhone features secure group video calls, text chat, and the new multiple device login.  VSee Android has been in private…

Want the Best Telemedicine/IT Job?

One of VSee VIP customers is Barton Associates.  They are the largest hospital temporary staffing company in the US.  I met the owner and their executive team a number of times – a wonderful and hard charging set of people (ie – you will learn a lot and it will…

VSee Customer Security Notice on CVE-2014-0160 (Heartbleed)

Dear Customers and Users, As you may have heard, Heartbleed is a serious defect in OpenSSL, a core cryptographic library that is used to protect communications on the Internet.  This bug affected a large proportion of Web servers on the internet. VSee has updated our servers with the fixed version…

Is WebRTC Video Conference Ready for Market?

WebRTC and the promise of video calls right from your web browser has captivated the media and businesses over the past few years. So it’s not unusual for us to get questions about how VSee compares with WebRTC video.  Recently, we got this interesting question from a customer: From your expertise,…

VSee vs. Skype: Three Key Differences

Does the new Google and Vidyo Agreement Hurt WebRTC Partners?

Google, the creator of WebRTC, has recently asked Vidyo to help develop a browser-native video chat solution for WebRTC, Venturebeats reports.  Vidyo, which has raised $120M in venture funding, has been disrupting the enterprise videoconference market and stealing thunder from traditional videoconferencing giants Polycom and Cisco with its software-only endpoints.…

Did Blue Jeans Copy VSee Dual-Streaming HD Video + Content for iPad?

VSee vs. Blue Jeans on iPad I recently saw a Blue Jeans Network newsletter announcing its exciting new feature: “dual HD streams for interactive video and content sharing.” Dual streaming has the advantage that meeting participants can see both video and content at the same time as they work together.  They claim…

Why not Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts Video for Telehealth?

CNET recently featured a news article on how VSee helps maintain patient privacy for telemedicine. One commenter contended: “Why not just use FaceTime, Skype, Google Video, or whatever the patient already uses for video calls with friends & family…. My concern is that healthcare practitioners might slow telehealth adoption by forcing…

Polycom Should Forget Marketing Gimmicks and Buy Vidyo to Survive

Following in the footsteps of Apple retail stores, Polycom will be opening its own retail outlets in high-end malls, as well as some Costco Superstores, says Wainhouse Research. In a marketing scheme designed to cook up some chutzpah for a waning video conferencing product, Polycom will be teaming up with…

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