April 6, 2018
Minneapolis, MN — Minneapolis, MN — Vidscrip announced today its integration with virtual care provider, Zipnosis, to use video prescriptions to personalize the virtual care experience for primary care physicians and their patients (click here for Zipnosis press release).
As providers seek to optimize care between virtual and in-person visits, it’s important to treat patients at the right time in the right place. Sustained adoption of virtual care requires a level of trust that can be hard to establish. “There’s a misconception among patients when it comes to virtual care and what it’s designed to accomplish. Vidscrip, when integrated with a virtual care solution like Zipnosis, establishes trust by allowing a patient to view videos from their own provider relevant to their own diagnosis. Collaborations like this shift patients to expect virtual care as an integral part of their healthcare.” said vidscrip co-founder and CEO John Brownlee.
Participating primary care providers will use Vidscrip to record short videos explaining the diagnosis and treatment plans their patients receive through the Zipnosis virtual care platform. “Primary care physicians get access to the most powerful patient engagement tools on the platform with Vidscrip: an easy way to project their name, brand and recommendation for virtual care to their patients. Where Zipnosis has digitized primary care, Vidscrip has digitized provider education. It’s a beautiful marriage of virtual care tools that will drive better patient utilization and satisfaction,” said Jon Pearce, CEO of Zipnosis.
The partnership reflects a new era in collaboration among innovators in healthcare technology. Playing to the strengths of individual organizations and bringing them together will offer a complete package to healthcare providers that continues to eliminate barriers and improve the quality of care. Continues Pearce: “Vidscrip and Zipnosis’ ability to meld two digital platforms means more personalized content created faster – with the ability to adapt and evolve to ever-changing patient needs, clinical demands and technical opportunities exponentially faster than analog telemedicine solutions… This is just the beginning.”