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Telemedicine vs Virtual Care

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Webinar: Delivering Compliance and Integration for Virtual Care Solutions

AWS Webinar: Delivering Compliance and Integration for Virtual Care Solutions

In 2013 Zipnosis pivoted from being B2C virtual care provider to being a B2B software as a service company, providing our white labeled virtual care platform to health systems nationwide. With the change we needed to quickly address interoperability and security (two critical requirements for health systems).

Listen to this webinar in which Zipnosis’ Sr. Director of Product and Engineering, Derek Rockwell, speaks to our interoperability journey with partner Datica. You’ll hear how we scaled over larger health systems and adapted as interoperability in the emerging field of virtual care evolved.

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Digital-health company Zipnosis Inc. has closed on a $3 million financing round.

Webinar: Top Virtual Care Trends for 2019

ATA Webinar: Top Virtual Care Trends for 2019

We are proud to offer the Top Virtual Care Trends for 2019 Webinar, hosted in partnership with the American Telemedicine Association.

In this webinar, Zipnosis CEO and ATA Chair Jon Pearce identifies the key business, technology, and clinical findings from the On-Demand Virtual Care Benchmark Survey Report, discuss what they mean for virtual care in 2019, and host an open discussion about the research. Key callouts include:

  • Virtual care is growing fast: 96.4% of respondents plan to expand their virtual care program within the next 12 months
  • Health systems are recognizing patients as consumers: a great patient experience is the top priority for 64% of our respondents’ virtual care programs
  • Multiple modes of care is essential: 67% of respondents say they have plans to expand offered modes of care

Gain insights into where healthcare decision-makers are investing with Zipnosis.

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Report: 2018 On-Demand Virtual Care Benchmark Survey Report

2018 On-Demand Virtual Care Benchmark Survey Report

Virtual care is increasingly critical in healthcare delivery, and numerous surveys and studies evaluate a multitude of topics, from effectiveness to patient readiness to provider adoption. This body of research is lacking in one crucial area: how health systems are deploying and using virtual care. The 2018 On-Demand Virtual Care Benchmark survey fills that gap.

The results of this report are organized into three key categories: virtual care operations, technology, and clinical uses and results.

Virtual Care Operations

This section explores how virtual care is set up and supported in healthcare organizations.

Topics include: patient populations and utilization, strategy and operational responsibility, budget and finance, goals and challenges, and future plans.


This section evaluates the technology used for on-demand virtual care, as well as how virtual care fits into the digital health landscape.

Topics include: multiple modalities, integration, and other telehealth and patient-facing solutions in place.

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Clinical Uses and Results

This section analyzes the clinical benefits and outcomes from on-demand virtual care programs.

Topics include: staffing and efficiency, conditions treated, and clinical quality.

Key Takeaways

  • Virtual Care Operations: 96.4% of respondents indicated an intention to expand their virtual care service in the next 12 months.
  • Technology: 53.8% of respondents without on-demand virtual care expressed integrating with existing technology as a challenge, while only 21.4% of respondents identified virtual care integration with their EMR as a challenge.
  • Clinical Uses and Results: 43.3% of respondents reported the average work time for clinicians using virtual care is 1-5 minutes.