Partnering together for a brighter tomorrow

How we're bettering care delivery with today's top health systems

Our clients know the power and advantage of asynchronous virtual care technology. For them, offers a tried, tested, and proven solution that’s delivering capacity and efficiencies they need now more than ever. We partner with premier healthcare delivery organizations in North America, including 3 of the top 5 not-for-profit health systems and 5 of the top 10 health systems in the United States.

Our team is on your team

Any transformation you make has to be about sustained success—so you can meet future demand. partners closely with you to make sure you achieve results quickly. Then, we stick with you to collaborate, advise, and offer continuous program development and expansion.

Uniquely qualified to be your success team

  • Your organization is unique and your partnership with us will be, too. Whether you’re integrating SmartExam in days or weeks, we invest in the partnership.
  • You’ve been through standard tech implementations before. This is different. We train, goal map, offer change management expertise, and then more.
  • Our expert adoption marketing team helps you drive patient utilization and digital journeys for increased patient engagement—and results.
  • We stick with you, helping you innovate through the changing needs of your organization and patient populations.
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Proven outcomes for leading health systems

Health systems that don’t carve a space for virtual care will lose a large opportunity to engage and build relationships with patients. At Winona, it’s critical to continuity of care and is a key component of our value-based care model. helps us be more competitive and provides another way for us to offer fast, cost-effective care to our patients.

– Jessica Remington, Associate Vice President of Business Development

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55% of patient users at Winona have used more than once

The impact of on our acute care system in New Mexico was significant as the ED and urgent care clinics both continue to see an increasing number of patients. The addition of another 20,000 patients who use would have created delays in care, increased stress on providers and staff, and increased costs of care.

– Dr. Denise Gonzales, Medical Director

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43% of asynchronous telehealth users avoided Presbyterian Healthcare Services’ ED and urgent care

When I was looking at, there just wasn’t any company out there doing what they were. They are evidence-based, and a leader in asynchronous care. They have great patient and provider satisfaction because of the thoroughness and consistency of their clinical interviews, and the provider time required to deliver care to patients for low-acuity conditions was lower than anything we were doing internally.
— Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer

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87% of patients who received asynchronous treatment through did not seek additional care for the same complaint