Consumers are demanding change.
- Seeking more convenient healthcare experiences
- Frustrated by complexities of the healthcare system
- Spending dramatically more out of pocket on healthcare
Providers can't meet demands on their own.
- Expected to treat more patients with fewer resources
- Burdened by the administrative load of EHR systems
- Experiencing increased burnout
It’s time for virtual care that’s built for the people who use it.
Together, we can drive a better healthcare experience through technology and support that make a real difference.
We are sharply focused on innovation that improves the human experience. For patients, providers and healthcare organizations.
We design technology that evolves healthcare ecosystems. It’s flexible, multimodal, and drives business outcomes.
We won’t stop until we build a better system together. We are your co-creators from strategic development through implementation and beyond.
We are unconventional thinkers who passionately partner with those who share our vision to shape the future of technology in care delivery.
We’re showing consumers the future of healthcare.
With Zipnosis, patients get convenient access and a simplified care experience that costs less than traditional medical settings.
We’re empowering providers to give a better level of care.
Zipnosis helps providers meet demands by removing administrative tasks and letting them provide patient care quickly and efficiently.
“We were trying to figure out how we solve the challenge of helping people navigate healthcare.
Zipnosis was able to help us understand different ways we could help our customers find the best point of care for the severity of their illness, and to help guide them either to continuing to a virtual visit in the Zipnosis platform, or transitioning to a different care option at Allina Health.”
CHRIS DUFRESNE — Director, Digital Consumer and Employee Experience
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We’re driving healthcare change with ideas and action.
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