WebRTC.Ventures To Exhibit at the American Telemedicine Conference 2019

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WebRTC Ventures – a provider of custom, real-time applications with video, voice, and data exchange – today announces that they will present their new product, UniWellness, a telemental health application, at the American Telemedicine Conference April 14-16, 2019 in New Orleans.

Arin Sime, Founder & CEO of WebRTC.ventures and UniWellness said, “We care about student mental health. One team member’s son died by suicide in college, another team member struggled to access counseling services on her campus, and I worry about my sons when I learned of the student mental health crisis in the United States. We felt compelled to act.”

UniWellness, a HIPAA compliant mental health platform expands and enhances the reach of university counseling centers.

The UniWellness Care app allows more students to meet with their counselors whenever and wherever they need to, using secure video technology and mobile applications.

Branded uniquely for a school or organization, the online platform fills gaps in student mental health care by allowing schools, colleges, and universities to:

  • Meet the growing demand for student mental health services
  • Offer extended hours
  • Provide social and emotional support to students, faculty, and staff
  • Bring in outside specialists as needed

UniWellness reduce barriers by connecting students to mental health care whenever and wherever because every person matters and every illness hurts.

UniWellness will be demoed in booth IZ5.

Not going to ATA19, but want more info?

Contact us today for more information. Don’t forget to ask for a free demo! We have decades of experience with over 200,000 hours invested in building real-time applications. We’ll help you get your user-friendly, HIPAA-compliant app — up and running with both the provider and patient in mind.

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