Nevada Broadband Task Force Telehealth Video Innovation Overview

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Feb 17, 2014 (3 years and 6 months ago)

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Nevada Broadband Task Force

Telehealth Video Innovation Overview

Steve Lebedoff, CEBS

PPN Health Access/

Center for Sustainable Healthcare

Milton Chen, PhD

CEO, VSee

VSee Video Collaboration Background

Developed by team at Stanford University



Led By Milton Chen PhD (CEO
VSee
)
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Graduate work on human
factors and design of video collaboration


Milton co
-
authored XMPP video standard (Google Talk and
Facebook Chat)


Human Computer Interaction Scientists and Network Experts


Funded by Salesforce.com and National Science Foundation


Goal
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Simple, yet full featured



Any network


Requires minimal training

VSee Secure Video Chat and

EHR collaborative view



Collaborative screen view with live annotation


HD group video chat


256 bit AES
encryption

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HIPAA compliant

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FDA registered


Former Apple CEO John Sculley at SIIA

VSee Medical Device Streaming and

Work Flow Support via API


Remote pan, tilt, zoom camera control


Medical device integration:

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Stethoscope

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Ophthalmoscope

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Otoscope

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Dermatoscope

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Ultrasound

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EKG

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PHR



One
-
click web API


Waiting room, triage


Hide doctor username

See real
-
time medical device readings and
patient’s video in HD

InterMountain NICU

3 HD webcam + Mac Mini

Telepresence
-
inspired layout

Warmer w/ touch panel


Send 3 camera feeds outbound


No infrastructure to setup


Trivial to setup multiple work flows

Hillary Clinton using VSee + BGAN with Syria on
the Iraq border

VSee on NASA International Space Station

Space telemedicine

Jan 13, 2014 going live

VSee telemedicine kit in Rwanda, Gabon

Competition Landscape

Skype, FaceTime


Patient privacy issues, medical features

OpenTok (Flash), WebRTC


Great building blocks, not complete solution

Cisco, Polycom


Not consumer friendly (firewalls, servers …)


Vidyo


Raised $120M, but client
-
server, can’t
simultaneously send webcam + medical device
cam, and 2
-
10X more expensive

Patient workflow

Doctor workflow

Mobihealthnews
-

May 8, 2013

Five reasons virtual MD visits might be better
than in
-
person ones

1)
Convenient for both patient and doctor

2) A virtual waiting room is better than the physical
one

3) Increased patient engagement thanks to
screensharing

4) More convenient, automatic
record
-
keeping

5) Patients feel like doctors pay better attention to them
during virtual visits