Telemedicine and Telehealth

How Telehealth Can Help Improve Health Outcomes for Immune-Compromised Patients

Telehealth has enjoyed a huge boom in the ‘era of new normality’, with health professionals across the globe treating patients with conditions ranging from diabetes to osteoarthritis, and even those opting for plastic surgery. Although this mode of treatment is useful for patients as a whole during the COVID-19 crisis,…

How can Telemedicine Improve the Quality of Treatment for People with Diabetes?

One of the reasons why people with diabetes have difficulty managing the disease is the failure to stick to treatment regimens as well as noncompliance with scheduled doctor visits – as reported by the LECOM School of Pharmacy’s George McConnell. Telemedicine – which involves attending to patients, diagnosing and even…

Telemedicine & Robotics: Benefits For Modern Medicine

We have seen some remarkable changes and advances in medicine that has improved society as we know it. People are living longer, better, and healthier lives, owing to the fact that modern medicine has aided them. However, medicine is constantly evolving, and over the next ten years, we are likely…

Can Telemedicine Help People With Asthma And Respiratory Difficulties?

Telemedicine – the use of technology to enhance patient health outcomes by increasing patient access to medical information and treatment – is linked to positive health outcomes for people with asthma and respiratory difficulties, as found in a meta-analysis of 22 studies. Today, many people with asthma and other issues…

How Telehealth Services Are Helping Children with Autism

  In the age of coronavirus, demand for telehealth services is projected to skyrocket, according to Time. Already, many people are benefiting from trying telehealth services, including children with autism. During social distancing or quarantine, parents of children with autism may reach out to doctors remotely to help their children receive care,…

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…

What does the rise of artificial intelligence mean for the future of telehealth?

Telehealth is much more than two video cameras, two screens, a doctor and a patient. Combined with technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), it can revolutionize the way we bridge the gap to make healthcare more accessible. Per report, 76% of U.S hospitals are integrated with telehealth systems and almost every…

Three Ways Technology Is Helping Healthcare Contain COVID-19

Advancements in technology have led to a massive evolution in the healthcare industry over the years. Today, medical professionals can use technology to diagnose and treat a wide variety of medical conditions more effectively. Patients can also take advantage of technology to improve access to medical services and take control…

Telemedicine Solutions for COVID-19 Coronavirus – Nurse Hotlines and Hospital Quarantines

If you don’t have a virtual clinic ready for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, now is the time to get one. The CDC has announced that it is “aggressively responding to the global outbreak of COVID-19 and preparing for the potential of community spread in the US.”And a key recommendation is the…

Telehealth Services Help Veterans Access Healthcare From Home

There are around 18.2 million veterans in the US, and close to 5 million are living in rural or remote locations. Most of these veterans do not have access to a clinic in town, or the nearest one is several miles away. For those with limited mobility, going to a healthcare…

Here’s How Smart Tech Is Improving Healthcare

As technology has advanced, so has the healthcare system. Did you know that smart technology is having a significant impact on modern healthcare all over the world? As technology becomes a naturally incorporated aspect of the medical industry, changes within the sector have meant that medicine is becoming smarter and,…

Teledentistry in Senior Living Homes

The world’s older population continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. Today, 8.5 percent of people worldwide (617 million) are aged 65 and over. With the joys of aging come the development chronic conditions that need to be monitored, including oral health. It doesn’t take in-depth research to realize that dental…

What Telemedicine Means for Nursing Careers and Education

There are a few key reasons that telemedicine really shines: It allows remote patients to seek out advice from medical professionals in real time. Patients can record and send their results using telemedicine software for diagnosis and treatment without needing an appointment. Caregivers can monitor patients remotely using medical devices…

What is Teledentistry—And How Does it Fit into Telehealth?

Telehealth is the buzz-word describing this new era of professional healthcare delivery.  With this shift toward telehealth and virtual care, as well as studies pointing to the importance of including oral health into primary care, the conversation has increasingly included teledentistry and virtual dental care. Like telemedicine, teledentistry is a…

The Benefits of Telemedicine for Patients and the Medical Industry

As the demand for virtual healthcare continues to grow, so has the demand for telemedicine stats and facts. These stats support the decisions of physicians and other healthcare providers when it comes to providing telemedicine services and the continuing adoption of telemedicine state and federal laws. And, understanding the facts…

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…

Why Did Vidyo Sell So Cheap – Where Do Zoom, BlueJeans, & VSee Fit In?

Vidyo was the original video conference startup that set the bar for others to aspire. They created the first software-based video system that was good enough to disrupt the traditional videoconference titans such as Cisco/Tandberg, Polycom, Microsoft Skype for Business….   They had a roaring start in a market that was…

VSee Showcasing Vuzix Smart Glasses Telehealth Solution at ATA19–Google Glass Finally Realized

VSee is excited to be partnering up with Vuzix, the “granddaddy of Google Glass,” to finally make telemedicine a reality for smart glasses. We will be showcasing the telemedicine and telehealth solution on the Vuzix M300XL and Vuzix Blade at the 2019 American Telemedicine Association Conference & Expo – New Orleans…

How Telehealth Makes It Harder for Seniors To Get Healthcare

Is telehealth increasing access or creating barriers to healthcare for seniors? How can we design accessible telehealth service for seniors and the elderly? What must we consider for telehealth to help our seniors age well and age in place? Dr. Casey Pierce from the University of Michigan School of Information…

NASA Moon Simulation 2017 Brings Together International Participants with VSee

Contributed by Priscilla R. Elfrey, Co-manager and co- developer of KSC Center for Life Cycle Design and executive producer of SEE – a collaborative college-level lunar mission modeling and simulation experience sponsored by NASA. The Simulation Exploration Experience team (SEE2017), met via VSee on April 5 to demonstrate it’s growing proficiency in simulation,…