Tag: urgent care

KonsultaMD and VSee Give Filipinos Access To Specialist Care for $10 a year

KonsultaMD, the largest telehealth consultation service in the Philippines with VSee telehealth technology is providing Filipinos with easy access to primary and specialist care no matter where they are located. COVID outbreaks are on the rise and hospitals are being overwhelmed with new cases. Now more than ever, patients need…

CareConnect Pioneers School-based Telehealth for Georgia Teachers & Low-Income Students

CareConnect Health, one of the largest primary health care providers in state of Georgia, providing comprehensive health services in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics-Gynecology, Infectious Diseases, Dentistry, and Behavioral Health is expanding its innovative in-school Virtual Care program to offer telehealth visits for teachers and students all over Georgia.  Pre-pandemic,…

VSee Showcases Newest Telemedicine Solutions at UCAOA Spring Conference 2016

Join VSee at this year’s Urgent Care Spring Conference (UCAOA 2016) in booth #402. VSee is excited to share at this year’s UCAOA our latest innovations for urgent care telemedicine. VSee provides simple telemedicine solutions and expertise for the urgent care workflow for clients such as Walmart Clinic, Walgreens, MDLIVE, and Sutter Health. Come to booth #402…

Get Practical Telemedicine Tips at UCAOA Fall Conference 2015

Join VSee at this year’s Urgent Care Fall Conference (UCAOA 2015) in booth #204. VSee CEO, Milton Chen, will be speaking about telemedicine design and practical considerations during the panel “Telemedicine for the Urgent Care Operator”, 10-11 a.m CT., Saturday, Sept. 26. VSee telemedicine platform is used by Walgreens, International SOS, MDLIVE, and…

Emergency Medicine Needs to Get on Board with Telemedicine

VSee headed out to ACEP14 conference ready to show emergency physicians how easy it was to do telemedicine with VSee’s simple OneClick Waiting Room and Medical Cloud Office. We were surprised to find that very few emergency medicine physicians at ACEP were interested in doing telemedicine. Despite recent HRSA grants for tele-emergency…

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