Zillion Health taps Vidyo for face-to-face video communications

Zillion has embedded Vidyo APIs into their engagement platform to let physicians and patients easily connect via 1:1 or multiparty video collaboration.

Zillion Health taps Vidyo for face-to-face video communications

Population health management company Zillion Health has teamed-up with video collaboration technology provider Vidyo to power the face-to-face video communications component of its platform through the Vidyo.io API platform-as-a-service.

Zillion's integrated engagement platform for care providers and health systems combines content delivery, scheduling and communication — including telemedicine — to ensure that patients benefit from the highest-quality collaboration experience possible, wherever they happen to be.

The company's interoperable, open platform integrates with legacy healthcare systems, offering personalized health access to millions of online consumers. Zillion is leveraging Vidyo's deep experience in partnering with most of the leading healthcare providers, offering tight electronic medical record (EMR) integration through industry-standard workflows.

"The Zillion platform is empowering and meeting the needs of a highly mobile patient population, and their care teams require a telehealth experience that runs reliably and flexibly over WiFi, 4G and the public Internet," Vidyo Vice President of Telehealth Business Development Mark Noble said in a statement.

Zillion is also pleased with the deal with the company's President and Chief Innovation Officer Bill Van Wyck saying that the partnership will help them "further enhance the patient experience."

Zillion has embedded Vidyo APIs into their engagement platform to let medical professionals and patients easily connect face-to-face, via high-quality 1:1 or multiparty video collaboration from anywhere. They can conduct real-time live interaction, onboard new patients, schedule appointments, share important documents and forms, view results together and more.

Vidyo is visually-enabling telemedicine applications throughout the continuum of care for more than 250 U.S. integrated healthcare networks, representing more than 2,500 hospitals.

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