Tag: Ehealth

VSee One of Top 5 Most Promising Startups at HealthTech 2013

VSee was chosen as one of the Top 5 Most Promising Health Companies out of all the exhibitors at this year’s HealthTech Conference 2013.  As a Top 5 company, we got to do an American Idol-style pitch to the audience with feedback from investors such as Psilos Group, West Health,…

Alternative Therapy Gets Energy Boost from VSee Telehealth

Who would have thought that cutting edge technology and alternative healing could go hand in hand. At VSee we love it that unexpected use cases are always turning up with VSee’s simple group video chat tool. Recently, VSee was featured in the Repatterning Journal as a wonderful tool for the art…

MDLIVE Powered by VSee Signs On Cigna

MDLIVE a leading telehealth innovator has been tapped by Cigna, global health insurer with 78 million customer relationships, to provide round the clock healthcare access to its customers. Employers with Cigna’s self-insured health plans will have 24/7 online access to MDLIVE’s network of 2,300 board-certified internal medicine, family practice and…

VSee Brings Low Cost Telehealth Solution to BoP

VSee started as a simple desire to create a group video chat app that 1) didn’t drop calls and freeze video like Skype, that 2) protected privacy by not going through servers like Google Hangouts, and that 3) made collaboration extremely easy. The result was a simple low bandwidth video conference and fast…

Top 5 Reasons to VSee For Telehealth – Live Demos Today at ATA 2013

Get a live demo of VSee Telehealth today in booth #712 at the ATA 2013 Meeting for Telemedicine, Telehealth, mHealth, eHealth, running May 5-7. 1.  VSee Telehealth offers simple, secure video chat with EHR-sharing and medical device streaming that anyone can use. 2.  VSee’s signature low-bandwidth video conference provides HD…

VSee, DLR, Grossman Burn Foundation, and Hollywood Special Effects Legend Team Up To Help Victims of Domestic Violence

In the developing world burns are common as most people cook over fires.  Clothing catches on fire, hot oil gets spilled and lives are forever changed or often even lost. Over the holidays our friend Randy Roberson from Disaster Logistics Relief (DLR) shared with us how VSee telemedicine has been…

VSee Secure, Low Bandwidth Telemedicine For Remote Rescue

VSee spent last weekend showcasing its low-bandwidth secure telemedicine capabilities at the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Symposium. The audience was amazed at VSee’s extreme low-bandwidth capabilities which used less than half the bandwidth of Skype, Vidyo, and OpenTok.  They were even more excited when they saw how simply VSee integrates…

New Study Shows Effectiveness of Virtual Doctor Visits

Updated: 4/14/2014 With an aging population, the anticipated explosion of Obamacare patients, and an expected shortage of doctors, telemedicine and online health care could be the innovation that will save health care.  Through telemedicine, patients can have easy virtual visits with a doctor via emails, phone, video, or other devices.…

VSee Telemedicine for the Navy SEALs at SOMA Symposium

VSee will be showing its extreme telemedicine capabilities at the 2012 Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Symposium and Exhibition, December 15-18 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida, in booth 800. VSee Telemedicine requires less than half than bandwidth of Skype, Vidyo, and OpenTok, and is field-hardened for the most limited networks.…

VSee iPad Debut By Former Apple CEO John Sculley!

VSee totally rocked this year’s Self-Insurance Institute of America conference! Check out former Apple CEO John Sculley and VSee Medical Deployment Director, Becky, demo-ing VSee iPad for secure on-demand healthcare consultations to a spellbound crowd during Sculley’s keynote speech this past Tuesday. MDLIVE one-click web calling interface powered by VSee With…

VSee Brings Health Interpretation Services to Burmese Refugees

The young Burmese mother had given up trying to communicate with doctors and nurses through the hospital’s occasional face-to-face interpreter.  She had been in the hospital with her sick 18-month-old baby for several days and was overwhelmed with frustration at being unable to express her concerns and to understand what was happening.  Fortunately,…

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