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Keeping the Heart in Medicine

Turn your cellphone into a walkie-talkie directly to your loved one!

WHY WE STARTED

VoiceLove

While volunteering in the Intensive Care Units to call families, every family was desperate with the same request -

 

"Can you please hold up your phone so that they could hear my voice?"

 

Using tablets for video visits not only required precious user time and troubleshooting (and nurse exposure), but for many family members, the visual itself proved to be too traumatic.  We were heartbroken, and knowing that this is a world-wide problem, we chose to create a better solution.

 

We call it VoiceLove, with the name becoming obvious to us as we gave these out to families and saw the beautiful results.

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SPEAKER

Our powerful speaker can be placed on any bedside

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APP

A compatible app where loved ones can connect

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VoiceLOve case

Durable case that's easy to use

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAY

"Amazing tool"

"This was such and amazing tool to be given during this horrible time. It gave me and my extended family the much needed connection and sense of inclusion when we felt so isolated and disconnected."

- Relative of patient

"Thank you!"

"Patient's can hear their loved-one's voice even if they can't see them. Hearing the families' voices brought me relief."

-Daughter of patient

"Amazing Innovation"

"I worry about the long-term effects of catching this virus, but my heart breaks for these families so I take on the risk to hold up a tablet. I cried when I saw family finally getting what they need"

-ICU Nurse

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"Amazing tool"

"This was such and amazing tool to be given during this horrible time. It gave me and my extended family the much needed connection and sense of inclusion when we felt so isolated and disconnected."

- Relative of patient

"Thank you!"

"Patient's can hear their loved-one's voice even if they can't see them. Hearing the families' voices brought me relief."

-Daughter of patient

"Amazing Innovation"

"I worry about the long-term effects of catching this virus, but my heart breaks for these families so I take on the risk to hold up a tablet. I cried when I saw family finally getting what they need"

-ICU Nurse

- Connect from anywhere

Family members from Australia, Israel, Germany, the Phillipines and Argentina have connected with their loved ones through VoiceLove because this simple system enables them to connect at any time, from anywhere all over the world. 

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American College of Radiology

"The Genesis of Voice Visiting Hours in the Time of COVID-19"

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Association of University Radiologists

"(VoiceLove) left us feeling inspired and excited to begin our work together"

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American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists

"The feedback from families, ICU nursing staff and ICU providers was overwhelmingly positive."

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American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

"The ICU's glass windows isolating patients from socialization figuratively shattered."

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Tamatha Fenster, MD

Dr. Tamatha Fenster specializes in minimally invasive laparoscopic and robotic gynecologic surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, NY

Marc Schiffman, MD

Dr. Marc H. Schiffman is Assistant Professor of Radiology at Weill Cornell Medical College and an Assistant Attending Radiologist at New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Campus.

in the news

Break the Radio Podcast

Coruzant Technologies Podcast

Fast Company

Modern Healthcare

Coruzant Technologies Interview

ABC News

American College of Radiology

 
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