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Medical University of South Carolina Helped Patients with Free Virtual Visits During Hurricane Florence

What Does Access Really Mean?

Virtual Care in a Trump America: Making Care Great Again

You Say Access, I Say Convenience

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Calculator: Patient Acquisition Revenue

  • Offering virtual care can help you add new patients to your health system, where allowed by regulations. Answer a few easy questions and discover your potential revenue impact of patient acquisition through virtual care!
  • Enter a number between 1 and 100 - no % necessary. Independent research indicates a 25% conversion rate of virtual care users to health system patients.
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    Back End Calculations

Webinar: Launching and Scaling Virtual Care with Ascension Wisconsin

Webinar: Launching and Scaling Virtual Care with Ascension Wisconsin

Overview

William Brazeau, Virtual Care System Director at Ascension Wisconsin, shares their first-hand experience launching and strategically growing their virtual care service line. William provides insight into why and how Ascension Wisconsin launched virtual care, optimization of their virtual care service offering, and their virtual care service results.

Topics

  • About Zipnosis
  • About Ascension Wisconsin
  • Strategize: why virtual care?
  • Launch strategy and go to market
  • Optimize to serve growth and scaling objectives
  • Measure impact with results and reporting
  • Questions

Key Takeaways

  • Virtual care was a low-cost expansion option for Ascension Wisconsin to meet customer needs, while also positioning the health system as a first-mover in northeast Wisconsin.
  • Zipnosis and Ascension Wisconsin rolled out their virtual care service line in just 60 days.

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  • On average, patients receive a diagnosis within 10 minutes, and clinicians spend less than 2 minutes per visit.
  • 86% of virtual care patients say they would recommend the service to a friend.

Speakers

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Jon Pearce, CEO, Zipnosis

William Brazeau Ascension WisconsinWilliam Brazeau, Virtual Care Program Director, Ascension Wisconsin

eBook: Best Practices Guide to Virtual Care

eBook: Best Practices Guide to Virtual Care

Overview

Health systems across the nation are increasingly deploying virtual care strategies to complement current access points to care. But why? Research indicates that virtual care and telemedicine services will continue to grow as patients increasingly choose online and mobile delivery for their healthcare needs.

Through our years of working with leading health systems across the country, we know the questions a crowded marketplace can raise. We’ve developed a guide to help you understand the different virtual care models and illustrate the impact of these services on your health system.

Topics

  • Understand environment and define strategic objectives
  • Determine business model and mode of care delivery
  • Identify organizational stakeholders and assemble team
  • Create an internal cadence of accountability
  • Ensure ongoing training and support mechanisms are in place
  • Craft a continuous marketing and communications plan for new and current patients
  • Develop roadmap for technology integration and service scaling

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Key Takeaways

  • With Zipnosis’s online adaptive interview model, clinicians can comfortably respond to 20-30 virtual visits per day, all while maintaining a full schedule.
  • Start small and scale over time to provide the highest chance for success. When ready to expand, determine new avenues to pursue. These can include selling services to a different market, adding a new mode of care, and expanding conditions treated, among others.
  • Prescribe virtual care: 25% of patients who complete virtual visits indicate they were referred by a provider.