The Virtual Care Insider

Methodist Family Health Centers Launches Virtual Care to Improve Patient Access

in Press Release

Zipnosis Team

Zipnosis Team
January 11, 2018

DALLASJan. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Methodist Family Health Centers, a part of Methodist Medical Group and affiliate of Methodist Health System, today announced the launch of Methodist NOW – an online diagnosis and treatment service that enables patients to receive convenient access to care by connecting them virtually with trusted Methodist Family Health Center providers. Methodist NOW is powered by Zipnosis, a virtual care company that enables health systems to provide virtual care services, meeting the needs of patients while improving access to care and maximizing clinical capacity. This launch marks the next phase in Methodist Medical Group’s broad consumer access strategy.

Methodist NOW facilitates care delivery through evidence-based online interviews paired with real-time chat functionality that enables patients and providers to exchange messages when additional information is needed for a diagnosis.

“Our mission at Methodist Medical Group is to exceed our patients’ expectations for expanded access through a transformation of care delivery that includes integrated urgent care, extended hours and same-day appointments, and now virtual care,” said George Williams, MD, MMM, FACEP, President of Methodist Medical Group and Senior Vice President of Methodist Health System. “We believe expanding access and reducing barriers to high-value, ambulatory care will not only improve consumer experience, but also long-term health and wellness for our patients and community.” Read more.

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