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Discover the frictionless revenue cycle with insurance eligibility, payment estimation, financial screening, and more.

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VGo telepresence solution helps kids transition back to school from short- and long-term absences.

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VGo in the classroom


Automate your electric industrial trucks for unmatched operational productivity and precision.

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RPR Warehousing


Maximize your use of VetLink with patient flow management and pre-registration tools.

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VetLink Services


Manage distributed teams and support customer success with a telepresence robot.

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Vecna Cares

Vecna believes strongly in contributing to the community around us. We are dedicated to four community service missions: Global Health Initiative; Healthy Communities; Open Source; and Technology for the Future.


Vecna Labs

Vecna's innovation center, Vecna Labs, builds custom intelligent autonomous solutions for all industries. Vecna Labs balances cutting-edge development with a track record of commercial success.


Current News

July 14, 2016

Technology helping Iowa City VA better serve veterans

By Madison Arnold, The Gazette IOWA CITY — Officials from the Iowa City VA Health Care System want veterans to know technology is helping improve the

July 12, 2016

VGo Robot Helping to Extend Reach of Care for Jacob’s Ladder Pediatric Rehabilitation

By Andrew Rowe, Jacob’s Ladder Pediatric Rehabilitation is extending their reach of care with their new VGo robot technology that they received as part of

July 6, 2016

Organization donates robots to help hospitalized children in Oklahoma with education

By Danielle Dunn for The Oklahoman BETHANY — The Starlight Children’s Foundation and Astellas USA Foundation are partnering to help children’s health and education by placing VGo

July 6, 2016

Student graduates with the help of a robot

Read the original story on Univision here. LOS ANGELES, Calif – Christopher Leon attended his graduation with pneumonia and on medication, ignoring the recommendations of the