We created enterprise virtual care the industry needs.

Patient Experience Matters

Traditional care models are the backbone of the healthcare industry but consumerism is changing the way patients interact with those models. Either embrace this change and become a disruptor, or sit back and wait for your organization to be disrupted.

7 out of 10 patients say access to treatment is more important than face-to-face connection with providers.

On average, 80 percent of patients are likely to use virtual care, even post COVID-19.

Virtual care can cost up to 87 percent less than an in-person visit. Patients are consistently looking for less expensive alternatives to urgent and the ER, and virtual care is the fastest, most convenient way for them to save.

Industrial Grade Support

Telemedicine has been around since 2012.

Progressive healthcare leaders know the industry needs to change and that virtual care is the solution.

But change can’t come at the cost of losing patients, disrupting care or dismantling the systems already in place.

We work closely with you to get you up and running in as little as 60 days.

We’ll stick with you to help you meet the evolving needs and challenges of your organization and ensure continual success. That’s a change everyone can get behind.

Saving Time Matters, Improved efficiency

Medical assistants can treat a patient virtually in as little as two minutes without extra data entry..

Virtual care is a way to treat patients quickly online who don’t necessarily need in-person care. It’s a fast, convenient, and affordable way to get high-quality care. Virtual care with Zipnosis is multimodal, allowing patients to connect with a provider through an intelligent online interview, a video visit, quick phone call, or even chat. And when none of those modes apply, it intelligently routes patients to in-person care when needed. 

It’s healthcare designed with the patient in mind, delivered by local providers they know and trust.

It’s good for business.

Costing health systems up to $150 billion a year (or $200 per in-person visit) no-shows and late-cancellations can have extensive implications. Virtual care is proven to significantly decrease the rate of no-shows, and also the burden of cost when/if they occur.

Virtual care can be a huge competitive advantage and allows health systems to connect to more patients in a larger area. For example, one health system found that their ADVANCARE-powered virtual care platform took visits from patients in more than 40 states across America!

COVID-19 changed the way in which patients seek care, but virtual care allowed health systems to continue treating patients and securing a steady stream of revenue.