Today’s healthcare consumers sure look a lot different than they used to. Traditionally, engaging with the healthcare system has taken on more of a paternalistic feel, with doctors handing out diagnoses and care instructions and patients just kind of going along for the ride. Many industries decades ago realized the importance of focusing on the
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin sought to standardize treatment protocols, scale care teams, and improve the overall quality of care, all while maintaining the human aspect of patient communication.
DAISY Honoree Kedus Getaneh’s focus on individualized care is supported by “incredible, outside-the-box compassion.”
Digital care management is more than just another option — it’s the answer that many healthcare organizations have been seeking.
Get Well announced it has released a new monkeypox digital care management plan. This is the first digital care plan for monkeypox to be released in the industry. Read the full story on mHealthSpot.
Get Well’s monkeypox symptom monitoring tool, which is available now, is designed to help manage and slow the spread of the virus. Read the full story on HIT Consultant.
With monkeypox now officially declared a public health emergency in the U.S., Get Well has developed a management plan to track people infected with monkeypox and help to deliver their care. Read the full story on pharmaphorum.
Get Well has launched the first digital care plan for monkeypox. The monkeypox monitoring plan is a 21-day remote care plan; the care plan informs patients of what monkeypox symptoms are and how to treat them. Read the full story on Becker’s Hospital Review.
Taking learnings from COVID-19, new GetWell Loop care plan aims to help manage and slow spread of monkeypox Bethesda, MD (8/16/22) — Get Well, a leading global digital health company, today announced it has released a new monkeypox digital care management plan. This is the first digital care plan for monkeypox to be released in