Memorial Healthcare System Chooses Epic-based KeyCare Platform for 24 X 7 Virtual Care

February 24, 2023 : KeyCare, the nation’s first and only Epic-located virtual care company, announced today that Memorial Healthcare System is the newest health system to partner with KeyCare to offer patients with a high-quality virtual care understanding with licensed providers. Both adult and pediatric patients nationally now have access to Memorial’s virtual care platform MemorialDOCNow, conducted by KeyCare, for their on-demand virtual care requirements.

KeyCare lets health systems to quickly augment their care teams, optimize ability, and widen their digital front doors by collaborating with a nationwide network of virtual care providers operating on their Epic platform, which connects easily to other Epic-based health strategies.

Memorial patients can directly access the high-quality virtual care solution through Memorial’s digital front door through the health system’s MemorialDOCNow assistance and MyChart patient portal.

“Within just a few short years, the delivery of care minus an in-person visit has moved from barely on-the-radar to revolutionizing healthcare,” stated The Administrative Director of Telehealth, Memorial Healthcare System, Bill Manzie. “Our association with KeyCare will enable us to provide more convenient, coordinated and comprehensive healthcare services to our clients.”

The Memorial is live with KeyCare, and patients can manipulate appointments with Virtualist healthcare providers through MemorialDOCNow in Memorial’s MyChart portal. Virtualists can see each patient’s Memorial data as they provide care and complete meeting details on KeyCare’s Epic platform and seamlessly share effects with a patient’s Memorial care team associates.

Since its beginning in 1953, Memorial has been a leader in providing high-quality healthcare assistance to South Florida residents. Memorial is one of the biggest public healthcare systems in the nation and is positively regarded for its exceptional patient-and family-centered care.

“We understand that patients want to meet with virtual providers who can convey and access their most up-to-date and correct healthcare data from the patients’ health strategy,” stated Lyle Berkowitz, MD, CEO of KeyCare. “We are delighted to partner with Memorial and provide all the benefits of virtual care offered by a virtual care workforce on the Epic-based medium. Our team is dedicated to helping Memorial provide healthcare when and where their patients require it.”