Tag: international

Telehealth Diabetes Care for Health Clinics in Rural Areas

Summary: The VSee + Advantech telemedicine cart solution is providing accessible specialist Tele-ophthalmology care for elderly diabetics in rural Taiwan Diabetes is a chronic disease that currently affects approximately 463 million adults (aged 20 – 79 years) worldwide, according to the International Diabetes Federation. Over the next 10 years, the…

VSee + Advantech: A Countrywide Deployment Across Hospitals in Qatar

Summary:  VSee and Advantech team up to allow Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) to develop and deploy the best medical teleconsultation and point-of-care services in Qatar by combining VSee’s simple telehealth software and Advantech’s AMiS mobile medical carts for a complete Telemedicine Solution. Photo courtesy: Advantech and HMC Interview with Swati…

Telehealth for a Global Staff: Challenges & Opportunities – Brian Davey, MD (World Bank)

Dr. Brian Davey is a South African physician with extensive experience managing healthcare in International Organizations, holding a MD degree from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and post-graduate qualifications in research physiology and occupational health.  He has held various positions in the United Nations system, including Head of…

2nd Opinion Telemedicine & China – Tim Shi, MD (GlobalMD)

Dr. Shi gained his Ph.D. degree in Neuroscience at the Univ. of Bristol School of Medicine, U.K.. and worked as a post-doc fellow at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and a Senior associate scientist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Shi is the co-founders for…

VSee & CEP America Use Telemedicine to Help Iraq Kurdistan Refugees

VSee is humbled to be a part of an effort with CEP America to bring medical expertise to Iraq Kurdistan using telemedicine. It’s especially relevant as Continue Reading…

Two Upbeat Reports on Global Telemedicine

Telemedicine has recently been featured in two different news outlets, the Economist and Healthcare Matters. This added attention suggests that the public is beginning to wake up to telemedicine’s potential. According to the Economist: “Telemedicine is more than a Skype chat between doctor and patient, says Michael Young, who works…