VSee Telemedicine Exhibits At Special Ops Medical Conference

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Join VSee at this year’s at the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Conference 2013, December 14-17 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida, where attendees can refresh medical skills and learn about the latest techniques and technology for emergency and trauma situations – check out some of the key speakers here.

VSee will be exhibiting in booth T1 (third booth to the left just as you enter the exhibitor hall), where it will be showcasing its telemedicine field kit and extreme telemedicine capabilities.

VSee Telemedicine requires less than half than bandwidth of Skype, Vidyo, and OpenTok, and is field-hardened for the most limited networks.  VSee is FDA-registered and HIPAA-compliant.  VSee communications are secured via end-to-end 256-bit AES FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption.

VSee is a winner of the American Telemedicine Association’s People’s Choice Award and was recently deployed for Shell Nigeria on two offshore drilling platforms as well as local hospitals.  VSee has also been used in numerous disaster relief efforts where the network is extremely poor and infrastructure may be non-existent.

Again, please stop by booth T1 and learn more about VSee Telemedicine and how it supports virtual doctor visits from anywhere!  Compare VSee with other video conferencing options here.  See you at SOMA 2013!

About SOMA

The Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) is a community of military medics, civilian tactical emergency medical personnel, paramedics, doctors, nurses, dentists, veterinarians, tactical medicine and public health experts.

They annually hold the SOMA symposium at the Tampa Convention Center.  The symposium allows military and civilian medical personnel to exchange the newest science, technology, and skills of unconventional medicine which increases survivability against the odds. It also conducts education and training for continued medical education units.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • anne
    Eric Frost says:

    This is profoundly impressive for moving the difficult telemedicine situation to medical professionals and others who can help—extraordinary to think of the lives that might have been saved in the past with this, but even more so with the lives and futures of people who will be saved by this. Military is the beginning, but this could profoundly impact society in saving lives, but also enabling other high-value and compelling interactions. Incredible for VSEE’s vision and hard work to accomplish this! Fantastic!!! This could help change disaster response globally! Eric (Director, Viz Center at SDSU, http://vizcenter.sdsu.edu)

  • anne
    anne says:

    Thanks, Eric 🙂

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