Tag: haiti

Vote For VSee in Haiti – ATA Telemedicine Video Contest

Support VSee and vote today for the “Expect Telemedicine” video featuring VSee at work in Haiti.  Help move us into first place for the ATA Telemedicine Video Contest!  Voting ends tomorrow, Friday, September 7. VSee really makes telemedicine work in rural Haiti.  It has provided healthcare to 10,000 to 20,000 Haitians who…

Helping Haiti on Facebook: Linkin Park, the UN Foundation and VSee

Update from Haiti—Checking in on HELP

Randy Roberson is In Haiti today. We’ve mentioned Randy and his organization, HELP (Humanitarian Emergency Logistics & Preparedness), several times in the last couple weeks.  Well, I spoke to him yesterday while he was in a hotel on the Haitian border in the Dominican Republic.  I recorded some of the…

Updates on Haiti Tech and VSee

Just a short little post to follow up on the CNN article from a few posts ago and the story about VSee and telemedicine for disaster relief a few posts before that. First, there’s a new article in CNN today regarding CrisisCamp and the results of their weekend creating tools…

Tech for Haiti

An article went up on CNN today about how many tech companies are meeting today in several cities across the US to brainstorm and coordinate rescue and relief efforts in Haiti.  It’s being hosted by the Sunlight Foundation, coordinated by CrisisCamp, and they’re using BarCamp to get the ideas out. …

Two Ways to Help Haiti

This post doesn’t directly discuss VSee, video conferencing, collaboration, tips, etc. However, I’d like to help two organizations out that are both sending people to Haiti to help with the crisis:  Partners in Health and HELP (Humanitarian Emergency Logistics & Preparedness), who we mentioned in a post yesterday and will…

Video Communication and Disasters

The recent earthquake in Haiti and the ongoing tragedy has reminded me of the great responsibility of VSee and the industry as a whole to continue advances in disaster relief, search and rescue, and reconstruction. Now, we’ve worked with several agencies using VSee in its normal function of video conferencing…

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