KeyCare Offers Health Systems Ability To Expand Care Capacity On Demand with Only Virtual Care Network Purpose-Built with Epic


Offering a national team of virtualist health care providers, KeyCare has built a strong presence in the virtual care market and continues to onboard new health system partners who are ready to expand their virtual provider network. As the only virtual care platform built with Epic, KeyCare offers a unique advantage to health systems determined to offer the best virtual services. 

Using KeyCare, health systems can easily augment care teams, optimize their use of resources and widen their digital front door by connecting with its nationwide network of virtual care providers.

The most recent health system to reap the advantages of the KeyCare network is Memorial Healthcare System, which will offer virtual care services to both adult and pediatric patients using its MemorialDOCNow platform powered by KeyCare.

KeyCare also recently signed a deal with WellSpan Health, a York, PA.-based integrated delivery system which has more than 2,000 employed providers and serves 220 locations across south central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland.

WellSpan has rolled out Virtual On-Demand Care, based on KeyCare’s platform, which allows patients to take part in appointments with virtualist providers via its MyChart portal.  Virtualists will have access to patients’ WellSpan data as they provide care, and their encounters are documented on KeyCare’s Epic platform.

“We are committed to helping health systems provide health care when and where their patients need it,” said Lyle Berkowitz, MD, CEO of KeyCare. “With the right virtual partner, health care organizations can manage their provider resources more efficiently, while allowing patients to get high-quality care far more conveniently and less expensively than a traditional office visit.”

KeyCare will be located at booth 1404 at the upcoming #ATA2023 conference, which takes place from March 4 – 6 in San Antonio, Tx. Dr. Berkowitz will be participating in a panel discussion on March 6 at 3:00 PM entitled “A Better Path Forward: Empowering Primary and Specialty Care.”