Ethan Otterlei
Ethan Otterlei
Director of Strategic Sales

This week we made an exciting announcement – we are joining forces with GYANT to offer a more intuitive and accessible digital patient experience through a broader Digital Front Door™ offering.

If you saw Jon Pearce’s Four Predictions for Virtual Care in 2020 this news may feel reminiscent of his prediction number 3: alliances in the vendor space will be a theme in 2020. The market is asking for integrated patient and provider experiences, a single contract, and a clear delivery of value, and that is exactly what the Zipnosis + GYANT Digital Front Door offers.

Together we have created an even broader funnel for patients that want to understand how to start accessing healthcare services, regardless of the service. Through one contract, one implementation process, and one EMR integration, health systems are able to install a unified Digital Front Door™. 

The Zipnosis + GYANT Digital Front Door is available now for healthcare organizations committed to a seamless patient experience. Sound like exactly what you’re looking for? Just want to learn more? Go to Zipnosis.com/DigitalFrontDoor.

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