Zipnosis Team
Zipnosis Team
Overview

Learn how a leading health system successfully launched and took their virtual care service to market. Dr. Brian Bossard and Andy Whitney from Bryan Telemedicine, the virtual care arm of Bryan Health, share their first-hand experience selecting and launching their virtual care service line. They provide insight into the differences between virtual care solutions, best practices for bringing a virtual care service to market, and how virtual care can improve patient acquisition.

Topics

About Zipnosis
About Bryan Telemedicine
Why choose virtual care?
Selecting a virtual care partner
Launch plan and roll-out of the virtual care service line
Results
What’s next for Bryan Health
Questions

Key Takeaways
  1. Bryan Health implemented virtual care with Zipnosis to increase access to care, attract new patients, use staff and resources more efficiently, and improve clinical quality.
  2. In 2016, 27% of patients who used the virtual care service were new to the Bryan Health system, and average clinician work time for a virtual visit was just 2 minutes.
  3. From November 2016 to February 2017, total patient encounters increased 41%.
  4. Post-visit surveys indicated that 68% of patients who used the virtual care service would have sought care outside the Bryan Health system if it was not an option.
Speakers

Jon Pearce, CEO, Zipnosis
Kevin Smith, Chief Clinical Officer, Zipnosis
Dr. Brian Bossard, President, Bryan Telemedicine
Andy Whitney, Director of Telemedicine Services, Bryan Telemedicine

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