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Zipnosis embarks on virtual care collaboration for chronic disease intervention

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Zipnosis Team

Zipnosis Team
September 8, 2016

In a nod to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s estimation that 8.1 million people have diabetes but are undiagnosed, Zipnosis has set up a care coordination service with Fairview Health Services to prevent chronic conditions including diabetes, according to a news release. The virtual care platform is intended to make it possible to do a remote diagnosis of chronic conditions and speed up interventions by doctors. The collaboration fits in with plans Zipnosis CEO Jon Pearce shared with MedCity News earlier this year when the digital health company closed a $17 million Series A round.

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