It’s time for the traditional healthcare model to get out of its own way.

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We created the enterprise virtual care the industry needs.

For too long, healthcare has settled for the status quo. We thought there had to be a better way. So we’re doing it. We use top clinical data plus technology that’s built around the people who use it to create better healthcare experiences. That means less wasted time, energy and resources. That means face-to-face help when it’s needed, and virtual solutions when it’s not.

We are the change healthcare needs. Join us.

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Backed by industry experts.

We team with two advisory councils who provide leading-edge direction and feedback on our virtual care solution, helping us continue to outperform top telehealth companies.

Clinical Quality Advisory Council

Working with our clinical team, these clinical leaders review quality metrics and continually drive the quality of care delivered through the Zipnosis platform.


  • Brian Bossard, MD, Bryan Health

  • Bryce Holderness, MD FACP, Cottage Health

  • Daniel Weiswasser, MD, Trinity Health of New England Medical Group
  • Deborah Greer, MD, John Muir Health

  • Donald Lee, MD, Fairview Health

  • Edward C. O’Bryan, MD, Medical University of South Carolina

  • James Burrell III, MD, Medical City Healthcare

  • Jane M. Herrmann, MD, MBA, Allina Health

  • Jane Rudd, MD, Essentia Health

  • John Giannone, MD, FAAFP, UHS Medical Group

  • Karl Speers, DO, Mission Health

  • Laura L. Mendyk, MD, SSM Health Dean Medical Group

  • Mayumi Oda, MSN, CRNP, University of Alabama Birmingham Medicine

  • Michael Marshall, MD, Methodist Health System

  • Nicholas Genes, MD, PhD, Mount Sinai

  • Stephanie Cowan, DNP, FNP-C, MultiCare Health System

  • Terry Rascoe, MD, Baylor Scott and White Health

Innovation Advisory Council

These healthcare leaders consult on the strategic direction of the Zipnosis platform, helping us shape the strategic solutions providers need.


  • Bryce Holderness, MD FACP, Cottage Health

  • Eric Wallace, MD, FASN, University of Alabama Birmingham Medicine

  • Grady Brimley, SSM Health

  • James McElligott, MD, MSCR, Medical University of South Carolina

  • Kim DeRoche, MD, Fairview Health Services

  • Mike Reis, MD, Baylor, Scott and White

  • Ryan Walsh, Memorial Hermann

  • Steve North, MD, Eleanor Health

  • Steve Waldren, MD, MS, American Academy of Family Physicians

  • Taejoon Ahn, MD, MPH, CPE, John Muir Health

We are united by a vision to redefine the healthcare experience.

I started Zipnosis to rev up the slow-moving machine of traditional healthcare. Consumers, empowered by technology, are demanding more from all of their experiences, including healthcare. Video-first telemedicine services for urgent care no longer cut it. That’s not the way the world works. When was the last time you bought anything online using video chat?

I knew we could do better. I knew we could create device-agnostic care that offers patients greater choice and convenience, offers providers improved efficiency and boosts the bottom line for health organizations. And I knew we could expand this beyond urgent care to fill more gaps in the care continuum. It’s working.

At Zipnosis, we are a team of unconventional thinkers—experts in clinical care, regulatory changes, technology, marketing—who are heralding change in an industry that is badly in need of disruption.

Jon Pearce, Founder & CEO

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