Tag: medical video chat

Telemedicine Improving Access to Healthcare in the Philippines

I’m not sure what we expected when we first stepped into the GALA Shelter for street kids. But we were surprised and touched by how well-behaved and respectful the children were. They greeted us with big smiles, and a polite “Good Afternoon,” then touched our hands to their foreheads – a sign of…

VSee Philippines Medical Mission: Telemedicine Helps Orphans and Street Kids Fly

For the last few weeks, the VSee Manila Team has been busy prepping for a VSee medical missions trip in the Philippines. It’s been a super exciting opportunity for us to impact the community with the possibilities of telemedicine.  For this missions trip, we set up two health screening camps, July 14…

Google Search Your Pain for a Free Doctor Video Visit

In spite of Google’s rocky start into health care with the failed Google Health, this hasn’t stopped search giant from jumping back into the health market waters with both feet. It is taking on Apple HealthKit with the recent launch of its own Google Fit api for Android health apps. Now, Google…

VSee vs. Skype: Three Key Differences

VSee Telehealth Beats Vidyo, Polycom, Cisco at ATA

VSee was a smashing success at this past weekend’s ATA show in Austin, TX. With a truly innovative approach to video conferencing, VSee telehealth completely stole the show from Polycom, Cisco, and Vidyo. The excited crowds kept the VSee team so busy throughout the entire conference that the team barely…

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…

Why not Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts Video for Telehealth?

CNET recently featured a news article on how VSee helps maintain patient privacy for telemedicine. One commenter contended: “Why not just use FaceTime, Skype, Google Video, or whatever the patient already uses for video calls with friends & family…. My concern is that healthcare practitioners might slow telehealth adoption by forcing…

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