Tag: telemedicine barriers

10 Unexpected Pitfalls of Telehealth Home Care for Seniors

For chronic disease patients receiving home care, telehealth is a gamechanger. And the number of these patients are expected to explode as the Baby Boomer generation ages. While the acceptance of technology by seniors has been the biggest concern of those who want to do telehealth with them, the truth…

Telesurgery in Humanitarian Settings – Mohana Amirtharajah, MD, Doctors Without Borders

At this year’s TFSS conference, we had the pleasure of hearing about a telesurgery project from the field work of Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF). MSF is one of VSee’s most inspiring humanitarian organizations.  Whether it’s providing aid in war-torn countries, nations hit by natural disasters, or areas facing epidemics, they’re often the…

Interstate Physician Licensure Compact A False Hope for Telemedicine?

The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) is drafting an interstate physician licensing compact that would make it easier for doctors to practice medicine in multiple states. If the plan goes into effect, it would be a huge breakthrough for VSee, MDLIVE, Teladoc, American Well, Doctor On Demand – indeed, the entire…

5 Disruptive Trends Bringing Telehealth and Telemedicine To The Tipping Point

Telemedicine has long been touted as a means of making healthcare more accessible and cost-effective.  However, forces have never really come together to make it happen on a large scale. This year things may be changing.  Here are 5 disruptive trends Sande Olson, healthcare marketing communications and business development executive, says are bringing things to…

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