In the era of technology, why doesn’t healthcare make any sense?

Ryan Grimmett, Chief of Staff, Product Consumer technology has come a long way from the days of trekking to your local video rental store. Now, with smart TVs, you can effortlessly browse and stream the endless supply of films without concerns about availability or the hassle of physical in-store returns.  This expectation of convenience has

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Leading with Hope: 7 Insights from Get Well’s CNO Council on the Future of Digital Health

Katherine Virkstis, ND, Vice President, Clinical Advisory Services In an era where digital transformation is reshaping healthcare, the role of the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) has never been more important. CNOs are strategic and visionary leaders, adept at blending clinical expertise and a deep understanding of care team workflows with technology innovations–to uphold patient-centered care

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Get Well hosts Chief Nursing Officer Council on the Future of Digital Health 

23 Nurse Executives representing more than 20 of the largest healthcare organizations gathered to discuss enhancing patient care through technology   BETHESDA, MD (April 2, 2024) – Get Well, the global leader in digital patient engagement, hosted the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) Council on March 6th, where 23 nurse executives from diverse healthcare backgrounds convened to

UMass Memorial Health Expands Use of Get Well Platform for Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Screening and Navigation

Get Well’s SDOH screening and navigation solution allows health systems to identify unmet social needs, integrate responses into their existing Electronic Health Record system, and navigate patients to appropriate resources Bethesda, Md. (March 12, 2024) – Get Well, the global leader in consumer digital patient engagement, today announced that UMass Memorial Health will implement Get

Infographic: SDOH Collection Readiness

Chelsea King Arthur, DrPH, VP, Ambulatory Products & Analytics This year, provider organizations are required to collect data on the social needs of all admitted patients.  While 2023 was the trial run for most organizations, 2024 isn’t proving to be much better, as teams battle internally to determine how and what should be the standardized