The Virtual Care Insider

Attracting Millennials Through Virtual Care

in Strategy

Zipnosis Team

Zipnosis Team
December 5, 2015

Today’s millennials are adept at all things mobile and look to technology as a starting point for most things in their digital lives. As healthcare systems work to build their future patient base, it is imperative to meet these digital natives where they are by offering clinical care options that are convenient as well as effective.

Virtual care is a perfect conduit for health care providers to build a relationship with millennials, however it can be difficult to instigate the initial relationship. The current medical regulatory environment often requires that patients establish a relationship with a provider via a bricks and mortar site before enabling them to offer virtual care options.

And while this may be seen as a hurdle, it is one that is easily scalable and well worth it. This demographic is keenly aware of the digital landscape and more often than not will choose a provider that will enable them to have the equivalent of a clinic in their pocket via a mobile device.

In addition, in marketing your virtual care offering to millennials and beyond, it is important to position it as a natural extension of your mission – versus an either-or alternative to the traditional clinic. Not only will this build your reputation as a provider that offers an array of options to its patients but it also further strengthens your identity in the community.

Given that more and more healthcare systems are transitioning from a fee-for-service to a fee-for-value proposition, millennials will not only appreciate the trend but embrace the options that are available to them.

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