Scale your reach and bridge the gaps-in-care using workflow-driven virtual health.

One Platform, Many Uses

Configure workflows for any use-case. Here are just some examples of virtual health workflows...

Surgical Procedures

Surgical Procedures Workflows for pre and post operative education, check-ins, assessments, and patient-reported outcomes.

Diabetes Care

Diabetes Care Workflows for self-care, prevention, and remote monitoring for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes.

Cardiovascular Care

Cardiovascular Care Workflows for education and remote monitoring for people with cardiovascular diseases.

Mental Health

Mental Health Workflows for assessing, educating, and interacting with people with mental health issues.

Certification and Training

Certification and Training Workflows for on-going testing, certifications and training programs for provider teams.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Workflows for remote physical therapy education programs and interactive follow-up.

Pregnancy Care

Pregnancy Care Workflows for progressive education and follow-up throughout pregnancy.

Care Management

Care Management Workflows that supplement existing care management programs.

Home Care

Home Care Workflows for supplementing existing home care programs.

Video Visits

Video Visits Workflows for live (synchronous) and recorded (asynchronous) video visits.


Intake Workflows for simple to complex integrated intake.

Remote Monitoring

Remote Monitoring Workflows for monitoring vitals and other metrics remotely.


Configurable Platform for Virtual Health

We bring configurable workflow, content, integration, and other interactive features together, enabling health care organizations to configure and rapidly deploy simple to comprehensive workflows for virtual health.

Step 1 - Content Setup
Turn your content into engaging, digital, and interactive activities for your patients and providers, use preset templates authored by leaders in health care, and reference third-party content management systems.

Step 2 - Workflow Configuration
Configure conditional and data-driven workflows that deliver your activities to the right person (patient or provider) at the right time. Setup activity results to automatically go to your EMR as either discrete data or flat files.

Step 3 - Pathway Distribution
Distribute your workflows throughout your organization and enable your providers to manage, monitor, and engage the right patients at the right time (and do it at scale).


Core Platform Features


Create content components and combine them to design activities. Component examples: clinical assessments, media-rich education, provider documentation, questionnaires, recorded and live video visits, connected device entries, and more.


Set new activities, send notifications (email / sms text), change patient statuses and priorities, add patient labels, send resulted data to third-party applications (EMR, Care Management Systems, CRMs), and more.

Dynamic Media

Set your workflow's media to dynamically change based on patient's care team member or organization relationship,  enabling you to scale and personalize your workflows

Connected Devices

Use connected devices for remote health monitoring use-cases, e.g., direct bluetooth integration with FDA approved devices and integration with industry standard device aggregators and direct APIs (FitBit, Nutrionix, etc.) 


Configure your activities into workflows, using simple to complex conditional logic to fire the next set of questions, activities, and/or actions. Save your workflows and trigger them manually or via third-party apps, e.g., EMRs and Care Management Systems.

Recorded Video

Use asynchronous video communication and remove scheduling issues via personalized recorded video interactions between users. Useful for assessments / feedback and personalized secure video messaging.


Configure one or more formulas for assessments and configure mappings to t-score values. Send results to EMR(s) and dynamic report summaries.

Third-Party App Integration

Use the platform's API layer to build your own front-end experience. This level of access is a service and requires permission from the company. Also request the company to integrate other 3rd party apps.

Branching Logic

Configure basic conditional statements, advanced conditional groupings, and data references and progress your users through their assigned, repeating, or ad-hoc activities.

Live Video

Use workflows to trigger video visits and route patients to the right provider at the right time. The platform currently uses Vidyo as an integrated service, but can integrate with any synchronous video visit vendor. 

Dynamic Reports

Configure patient-specific summaries that display results based on conditional logic, enabling you to display the relevant data from workflows and/or other apps.  

Automated Change Mgmt.

Deploy your workflows seamlessly throughout your organization, and allow the platform to take care of versioning and prompts to know when and where changes need to be approved prior to promotion.


Branch workflows using conditional actions. Set one or more tracks that can have multiple actions. Set tracks to coordinate the right provider at the right time with the right method of interaction.

EMR Integration

Integrate EMR(s) with easy-to-use interfaces. The platform integrates with industry adopted interface engines, subscribes to EMR API services, and supports its own set of API(s) with certain EMRs.

Resource Groups

Assign activities dynamically within workflows using relationship-based references, i.e., let the workflow take care of provider-side activity assignment 

Commercial Distribution

Join healthcare leaders that are commercializing their workflows to other organizations (e.g., payors, employers, health systems, and internationally). 


About Us

Our Mission

Our mission is to serve as the backbone virtual health delivery platform for the best healthcare organizations in the world so that they can easily innovate and bring to life their virtual health solutions to help people across the world.

Our History


In 2007, while coaching for Johns Hopkins University Baseball, the founders had the idea to have athletes record and upload videos to an online service where they would provide video analysis instruction (asynchronous video instruction). They would send their feedback to the athlete, family, and coaches. It was an instant hit in the area. They reviewed thousands of videos in their first year, and grew their user-base significantly with the addition of virtual coaches.


What happened next started their journey to healthcare...


With the buzz around their unique method of online sports training, the founders were approached by some pretty big names in sports to use their virtual interactive instruction platform for their training businesses. It was at this point that the business pivoted from a training services company to a software-as-a-service in 2009.


As subscribers grew, the business started getting noticed from professional sports organizations and gain significant interest from sports medicine providers, physical therapists, orthopedic surgeons, fitness and wellness professionals, and others in the healthcare community. It was at this point that the founders like to say, "healthcare found us." They began to see that what they have built could be used in ways not just to help athletes, but to help people with their health and well-being. In 2013, ViiMed was born.

Today, version 4 of the platform is in production with several prestigious enterprise commercial and federal clients and partners. These organizations have authored, deployed (at scale), and commercialized their virtual health workflows for chronic disease management / prevention, pre and post surgery, employer-based programs, and other use-cases. The founders have secured a meaningful patent revolving around its asynchronous video approach. ViiMed is headquartered in Washington DC and they have a west coast presence in San Diego.

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Leadership Team

Phil Newman

Founder, CEO and Chief Product Officer

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As CEO and Chief Product Officer for ViiMed, Phil is responsible for product vision, direction, roadmap, design, and abstracting market use-cases into configurable virtual health toolsets. Phil authored and secured a patent around asynchronous video communication in health care. He designed the ViiMed's Federal and Commercial strategies, highlighted by laying the groundwork to become the platform for health care organizations to build a community of virtual health solutions. Phil has a B.A. in International Business Management from Dickinson College ('04), and he lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two children.

Paul Winterling

Co-Founder, Chief Success Officer

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As ViiMed's Chief Success Officer, Paul leads all implementations and workflow creation efforts at ViiMed. He works deeply with our customers and partners to ensure they understand all the capabilities and concepts behind the platform. Paul has a B.A. in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, and began his career in healthcare 14 years ago as a researcher in a Hopkins' Neurology Lab. While at ViiMed, Paul has collaborated with some of healthcare's most prestigious organizations, bringing to life virtual health solutions that have the potential to impact millions of lives.

Shelley Newman

EVP, Commercial Relationships

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Shelley leads all business development and relationship management within the commercial marketplace, as well as develops our relationships with industry partners (i.e., distributorships and product partnership) and oversees general administrative operations. Shelley has over 40 years of executive healthcare experience and is highly respected and networked in healthcare. Amongst many executive roles across his career, Shelley was the CEO of Misys / AllScripts. His experience has helped the entire team stay focused on delivering a world-class virtual health platform.

Brion Bennett

EVP, Federal Relationships

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As ViiMed's EVP of Federal Relationships, Brion leads all business development initiatives in the federal marketplace, as well as develops our relationships with industry partners. Brion served in the United States Navy. He was honorably discharged after serving as an Assistant Weapons Officer and Maritime Interdictions Operations Boarding Officer, USS Bunker Hill (CG-52).  Brion is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy (Class of 2002). ViiMed is proud to have Veteran working with the Company, leading our federal strategy.

Goran Banjac

Chief Development Officer

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As ViiMed’s Chief Development Officer, Goran is responsible for managing the software development team operations, and very importantly Goran is one of ViiMed’s platform and database architects. Goran has over 15 years of enterprise healthcare software development experience, architecting platforms that have been deployed at scale within hospitals and health systems, using solid design and automation principals. Additionally, Goran is an expert in EMR integration and data interoperability strategy.

Raj Farkiya

Chief Technology Officer

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As ViiMed’s Chief Technology Officer and lead architect for service layer and integrations, Raj is responsible for system architecture, infrastructure, and overall system security. Additionally, Raj is instrumental member of our development team, working at the service layer. Raj has over 15 years of healthcare software development experience, touching all elements of software development, even to include video communication, medical device integration, and mobile applications.


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