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Tacoma, Wash.-based MultiCare Health System succeeded in increasing patient acquisitions through its telehealth program, according to an analysis by the health system and its virtual care provider Zipnosis.

MultiCare Health System and Zipnosis tapped healthcare analytics firm Carrot Health to conduct the study, which identified and followed 304 telehealth users who had not received in-person care at MultiCare Health System for at least two years prior to their remote visit on MultiCare Virtual Care — an online diagnosis and treatment service for common conditions.

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