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The Secret to Sustainability in Direct-to-Consumer Telehealth

in Zipnosis In the News

Zipnosis Team

Zipnosis Team
June 20, 2017

– Healthcare providers often launch a direct-to-consumer telehealth service in hopes of pulling in new patients. A new study now estimates how much business that platform might generate.

A health system launching a virtual care platform can expect to retain a quarter of the consumers it sees as patients, with an expected revenue of about $3,000 per patient in the 12 months following the virtual visit, according to an analysis by Carrot Health of health system using the Zipnosis virtual care platform. Read more.

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