Tag: healthcare in rural America

VSee + MAVEN Project Volunteer Physicians for the Underserved

VSee is excited to announce it’s partnership with The MAVEN Project to help bridge healthcare disparities in underserved communities. MAVEN is a national network of volunteer doctors that’s filling the resource gaps faced by federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), free clinics, and other “safety net” clinics via telehealth technology. Using…

Children’s Telemental Health Services To Increase Engagement and Access- Christine Certain (CHSFL)

Christine Certain, serves as the Senior Director of Clinical Impact and Business Development at Children’s Home Society of Florida. A leader in innovative healthcare solutions, she oversees clinical partnerships to increase efficiencies and drive the impact of health services. Ms. Certain led the implementation of telehealth business lines with more…

Safer and Fewer Abortions with Telemedicine

Telemedicine abortion has been a hot topic recently with Planned Parenthood losing a “telemedicine abortion” ban suit against Iowa. Alana Semuels has explored the issue further in the Atlantic online, showing how telemedicine could impact women’s access to safe abortion. Writes Semuels, “there is one procedure that, though it could…

Telemedicine for Rural Healthcare and Migrant Workers

I was talking with a dean at Middle Georgia State College, and he mentioned that two rural hospitals in their vicinity were closing down because they just weren’t getting enough patients (revenue) to keep the hospital running. The hospitals have probably been running at a deficit for years if they…

VSee for Healthcare in Rural America

Check out this story on us from the ATA 2012 Telehealth conference – VSee Aims To Bring Practical Healthcare To Rural America! With VSee’s no-setup videoconferencing software solution, we’re looking to make healthcare easy and affordable for those in rural and remote areas of America. Yesterday kicked off the 17th annual ATA…

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