There’s been a fair amount of discussion about video communication technology in the healthcare fields and the benefits it provides. One great example of a video communication tool used for telemedicine is VSee, a clear and simple to use a chat program with barely any bandwidth requirements.
More than half of VSee’s revenue comes from telemedicine, and given its focus on that industry, that really comes as no surprise. Not only does it provide collaborative screen sharing and annotation and instant file sharing (just drag the file from the sender’s screen to your desktop) at half the bandwidth of Skype, it can connect directly to medical devices to send information and images across a safely encrypted connection. It runs on Mac, PC, or iPad, with an iPod version to be released in the not too distant future.
Doctors or nurses can connect medical devices such as microscopes, x-rays, and ultrasound devices to their computer and use them normally when leveraging this solution. The information is then projected on the screen and can be sent in real-time to professionals over VSee quickly and securely. It’s FDA registered and HIPA compliant, and provides all the features that medical institutions will need... Read More