World #1 in orthopedics taps Zocdoc to improve access to care and support continued growth

Zocdoc, the leading healthcare marketplace, is proud to announce its collaboration with Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), the #1 ranked hospital for orthopedics in the U.S. (by U.S. News & World Report) and worldwide (by Newsweek). People can now find and instantly book in-person or video visit appointments online with participating HSS doctors in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida via or the free Zocdoc app.

Through Zocdoc’s marketplace, users can access appointments with HSS specialists, including Orthopedic Surgeons, Hip & Knee Surgeons, Spine Surgeons, Sports Medicine specialists, Physiatrists, Rheumatologists, and Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons. …

Helping people find and book care is what Zocdoc does. That’s why we are offering Zocdoc Vaccine Scheduler — free of charge — to any care organization that wants to make it easy for people to schedule their vaccines.

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The financing comes amid the company’s transition to a profitable business model, accelerating growth, and a successful expansion into new virtual care and public health services

Zocdoc, the country’s leading digital healthcare marketplace, today announced $150 million in growth financing from Francisco Partners, a leading global investment firm that specializes in partnering with technology businesses. This follows a momentous year for the company, characterized by a successful transition to a profitable variable revenue model which has led to accelerating growth. Zocdoc grew revenue by more than 35% year-over-year before the pandemic, and had year-over-year growth in 2020 despite COVID-19’s disruption. Today, Zocdoc is profitable and on track to accelerate its pre-pandemic growth trajectory. …

Zocdoc will aggregate COVID-19 vaccine appointments to serve as the City’s central site for eligible Chicago residents to find and book vaccinations

The City of Chicago and Zocdoc, the leader in online healthcare scheduling, today announced a partnership where Zocdoc will serve as the City’s main platform for eligible Chicago residents to find and book COVID-19 vaccinations. Zocdoc will aggregate real-time appointment availability from select Chicago POD (Point of Dispensing) sites, as well as from leading local care organizations such as AMITA Health, Erie Family Health, Innovative Express Care, and Rush University Medical Center, creating a central marketplace to help Chicagoans more easily access vaccinations.

“Our goal in Chicago is to vaccinate as many residents as possible as fast as we can,”…

This new service, offered free-of-charge, will stage and schedule vaccines for frontline healthcare employees and eligible patients

Zocdoc, the country’s leading digital healthcare marketplace, today introduced Zocdoc Vaccine Scheduler, a new, free service that helps care organizations stage and schedule their employees’ COVID-19 vaccinations. Leveraging its distinctive healthcare booking technology and 13 years of optimizing appointment inventory to accelerate access to care, Zocdoc developed this new service to help America’s hospitals, health systems and public health entities streamline the logistics surrounding mass vaccination programs. Any large care organization can sign up to use Zocdoc Vaccine Scheduler, free-of-charge, whether they are an existing Zocdoc client or not.

Now that approved vaccines are available in limited quantities, care organizations…

Our five-year journey included a CEO change, a business model transformation, and a global pandemic. Now, we are poised to lead the next era of digital healthcare.

Recently, Zocdoc’s former CEO filed a meritless lawsuit against several of our senior leaders regarding events that transpired half a decade ago. The company will address these claims through the appropriate legal channels.

It is also important that we set the record straight on the lawsuit’s misleading and inaccurate description of the company’s history and current performance.

Here are the facts about Zocdoc’s financial health and strong performance today.

Zocdoc is the rarest type of private technology companies. We are EBITDA profitable with accelerating growth, and a business that does real good for the world. …

This national campaign rolls out as Zocdoc has significantly expanded its nationwide provider network thanks to its new business model and expansion into telehealth

Originally published August 17, 2020

Today, Zocdoc is launching its highest-reaching national TV ad campaign to date — ‘Healthcare, but easy’ — that tells a comedic story illustrating patients’ challenges when navigating the healthcare system. Zocdoc’s new campaign follows a patient’s journey through the many friction-filled steps involved in finding and accessing in-network care. While traditional healthcare brands lean on a somber tone and focus on symptoms and the pain of being sick, Healthcare, but easy takes a more light-hearted approach. …

Zocdoc’s aggregated appointment booking data highlights surges in mental health care, differing telehealth utilization by specialty, and that telehealth bookings persist even as physical bookings recover in states that have reopened

Originally published May 28, 2020

As COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders spread across the country, Americans’ healthcare utilization and behaviors rapidly changed. On Zocdoc, in-person bookings begin to dramatically decline, with the lowest booking week for in-person bookings since the onset of COVID-19 occurring the week of April 6, 2020. Depending on the state, in-person bookings declined anywhere from 50–90% that week as compared to bookings during the week of February 24, 2020. At the same time, both patients and providers have quickly adopted telehealth, transforming America’s healthcare delivery virtually overnight.

Since the week of April 6, in-person bookings on Zocdoc…

As COVID-19 accelerates America’s adoption of telehealth, Zocdoc’s new, free video solution makes it simple for providers to rapidly shift to virtual care

Originally published May 13, 2020

Zocdoc, the country’s leading digital healthcare marketplace, announced today that it has launched Zocdoc Video Service: a free, HIPAA-compliant telehealth video solution. Any provider can sign up to use Zocdoc Video Service, at no charge, to facilitate all of their virtual appointments — whether their patients schedule a video visit through Zocdoc or not. This new offering is a part of Zocdoc’s ongoing efforts to adapt its platform for telehealth, helping patients access care from home and helping providers keep their digital doors open to meet the persisting demand for virtual care.

The new Zocdoc…

Zocdoc now offers scheduling for +350,000 new Video Visit appointments across 50 specialties, helping patients access care from home while keeping its nationwide network of participating providers open for business

Originally published April 3, 2020

Amid the ongoing spread of COVID-19, Zocdoc is helping alleviate the strain on the healthcare system by building a critical mass of new telehealth appointments. For the first time, the company is enabling its nationwide network of participating providers to offer virtual appointments through its platform. In one week, Zocdoc has already added more than 350,000 Video Visit appointments to its marketplace. Now, patients can find and schedule virtual appointments with providers across 50 specialties — whether for COVID-19 or routine healthcare needs.

An average of three million in-person doctor visits took place every day…


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