In a June Becker’s Hospital Review webinar sponsored by Get Well, Michael O’Neil, founder and CEO of Get Well, and Jason Wells, chief strategy officer at Adventist Health in Roseville, Calif., discussed the importance of this high-tech, high-touch combination and shared how Get Well and Adventist are working together to achieve this vision. Read the full story
During the COVID-19 pandemic, staffing shortages have left nurses with a high workload. Not only are nurses responsible for caring for more patients, but they must take on additional nonclinical tasks. LouAnn Bala, Vice President of Clinical Content and Programs at Get Well shares how digital health technology can ease the burden on clinical staff.
Increasing Veteran patient education in a standardized fashion can improve the overall patient experience and lower readmission rates.
A digital-first consumer experience enables organizations to retain patients, provide an enhanced experience, and improve patient health.
What is a Get Well Navigator? Navigators help people feel known, valued, and heard, throughout their care journeys.
Get Well, a personalized digital care company has announced a strategic partnership with Health Journeys, a company dedicated to improving mental health through guided imagery and meditation audios. Read the full story on HealthTech Insider.
Get Well has teamed up with Health Journeys, which provides guided imagery and meditation audio for a variety of health conditions including ones that often affect service members and veterans such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury and chronic pain. Read the full story on Becker’s Hospital Review.
Get Well’s new offering with Health Journeys is designed to boost whole health through evidence-based guided imagery and meditation. Read the full story on Healthcare IT News.