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VSee Telehealth launches in Japan

05 December 2018 | News

VSee’s telehealth products and services are design-focused to simplify inefficient clinical workflows and to solve healthcare delivery problems.

VSee, the telehealth company behind NASA International Space Station, Walgreens, MDLIVE, DaVita, Trinity, Ascension and 1200+ clients, has launched in Japan with great promise. It won 1st prize in digital health innovation at the First Well-Aging Society Summit in Tokyo sponsored by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI).

The flagship VSee Clinic is an online virtual care platform that provides integrated video visit, virtual care workflows, medical device and digital health tool plug-ins. It can be self-tailored for any use case from on-demand urgent care to eNICU monitoring to group wellness classes to post-surgical consults, telepsychiatry, and more.

VSee’s telehealth products and services are design-focused to simplify inefficient clinical workflows and to solve healthcare delivery problems. Through telehealth, healthcare practitioners and businesses are cutting costs, increasing patient engagement, and decreasing clinician burnout.


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