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Top 10 Healthcare Tips for Navigating COVID-19

With an increase of confirmed SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) cases, it’s important that we take all necessary precautions to adjust to this new normal. By re-focusing on our own personal health, we can both slow the rate of infection and navigate what may feel like an unfamiliar way of life.  These ten…

How a BBA Will Help Your Healthcare Career

  A Bachelor of Business Administration – or a BBA – is a degree suited to people who have a knack for the finer details and the ability to work meticulously. One of the best reasons to choose a BBA is that the completion of your qualification will allow you…

The Dark Side of Telehealth Parity Laws and Private Payer Reimbursement

Even though the majority of states now have telemedicine and telehealth laws, the reality is the road to telemedicine reimbursement from private payers is still long and hard. Let’s take a deeper look how telehealth parity laws affect how much providers are getting paid. Telehealth Parity Laws (Telemedicine laws are…

Are you a Creative Server Engineer? VSee Wants You!

Are you a hardcore developer who enjoys challenging conventions and experimenting with new technologies? VSee is a tight-knit group of engineers and designers creating the simplest telemedicine platforms and mobile apps to connect doctors, patients, and hospitals through video, picture-sharing, medical device streaming and more! Our team spans the entire globe…

VSee and Chinese Medicine

We recently received this thank-you letter from Jonathan Berkowitz, LAc, who runs Inquisitive Owl Acupuncture in San Francisco: Our practice was actually designed with hardworking software engineers in mind. Telemedicine is quite useful for people who work long hours, and who can’t take time away from the office. In addition,…

VSee Twitter Mention from Dr. Eric Topol!

Excited to get a twitter mention from renowned cardiologist and geneticist, Dr. Eric Topol himself for the VSee telemedicine kit in Africa. Dr. Topol is a big proponent of using iPhones and wireless technology to make health care more accessible and affordable to consumers.  Here’s a great interview that NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman had with him.…

VSee Customer Showin’ Some Love for Our “Tireless Energy”

An unexpected large UPS package showed up on our doorstep the other day. It was a stack of four Lou Malnati’s Chicago-style pizza pies. It turns out that one of our eVisit platform customers, Health As We Age (HAWA), has been so happy with our services and our flexibility in…

Health Data Enthusiast’s Review of Four Hot Activity Tracker, Fitness Bands

Guest post by Lee Springer – Lee is Chief Innovation Officer of Health As We Age and has worked with top Fortune 500 companies to provide the easiest-to-use technological solutions for consumers. We’re beginning to see them everywhere as they grow in popularity. Some of them look as if NASA…

Telework: Taming A New Frontier

Eight years ago when a friend told me about her coworker who lived 3 or 4 hours away from their company and worked from home most of the week, I was astounded.  Now I’m in an even more extreme situation, living a couple of thousand miles away from company headquarters…

VSee loves Primerica – where Freedom Rings

Last week, Milton, Yuen-lin, Julio, and Casey attended the big Primerica convention at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.  It’s like the mother of all conventions with exciting speakers, exhibits, and over 60,000 in attendance –a great opportunity to show off VSee’s impact and versatility as a sales tool.

A Missing Link in the History of the Videophone

There are many historical time lines of videoconferencing on the Internet. A nice one is from an earlier post on this very blog. Most of these histories identify the AT&T ikonophone as the first working video phone. Although a milestone in its own right, it was not the first videophone…

Ode To Skype

 

Videoconferencing All Around Us

Maybe it’s the $4 per gallon gas prices or perhaps people are tired of traveling 6-8 hours for one 45-minute meeting.  Maybe it’s the advances in networking technologies and services or the pricking of our environmental consciences.  Maybe it’s because the world really is a global village today or because…

A New Mantra Of Boredom

“Boredom is necessary for creativity” —Genevieve Bell, Intel Fellow