Case Study: California Health System

About this California health system Get Well 360 Modules used: The Results 3X Patient reach increase 29% Increase in patient text engagement 25% Increase in script order volume Goals The Solution

Case Study: Midwestern Health System

About this Midwest health system Get Well 360 Modules used: The Results $1.9M in realized patient revenue attributed to Get Well in 8 months 18% of people converted on the desired action 142% of targeted revenue achieved Goals The Solution Patient Stories

Case Study: New England Health System

About this New England health system Get Well 360 Module used: Health Equity: Social Determinants of Health Program 30 Day Results 2X More than doubling their all-time record for number of patients screened in 30 days 5K+ resources shared with patients 2K+ patients screened in languages other than English 12% of patients received interventions from

Case Study: Adventist Health

About Adventist Health Get Well Modules used: The Results $120M in realized patient revenue attributed to Get Well in 29 months (avg. aprox. $50M/ year) 1.5M Adventist Health patients served 431K personalized Get Well Navigator interactions 20.2M digital consumer touchpoints Goals The Solution

Case Study: LifeBridge Health

About Lifebridge Health Solutions/Modules used: Guided Care (Digital Care Management) The Results 43% reduction in Orthopedic readmissions rates 24% lower 30 day revisit rate for patients engaged post ED discharge  169% improvement in Google Star Ratings at LifeBridge NW ED Department 10 service lines supported with automated digital care 80% of patients “extremely likely” to

Putting the patient first in digital care management

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. 

Engaging inactive patients through personalized outreach

Recognizing a need to reach a significant portion of its patient population that had become inactive, Adventist Health partnered with Get Well to design a digital-first patient outreach program.