Zipnosis Team
Zipnosis Team
Overview

In this case study, Bryan Health, a non-profit, award-winning health system in Nebraska, achieves its objectives to provide more accessible care for its patients, acquire more patients, and ensure continuity of care.

Key Takeaways
  1. Zipnosis maintains continuity of care with its platform that routes patients to the most appropriate level of care with access points such as the online adaptive interview and phone/video consultation.
  2. Bryan Health, along with the Zipnosis account team, ensured the effectiveness of Zipnosis with the Statnosis analytics platform to measure KPIs like antibiotic prescription rates.
  3. In the first year after implementation, Bryan Health realized a 27% growth in patient acquisition, found that 68% of patients who used a virtual visit would have sought care elsewhere if it wasn’t an option, and determined that physician work time needed for a diagnosis was only 2 minutes and 5 seconds.
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