Revolutionizing Veteran Care: Get Well Unveils Breakthrough Outcomes in Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Collaboration

Following the VHA’s expansion of Get Well solutions across 13,000 inpatient beds, recent findings have underscored a dramatic enhancement in the quality of care provided to Veterans Bethesda, Md. (February 15, 2024) – Get Well, the market leader in digital patient engagement, today announced unprecedented continued success in its collaboration with the Veterans Health Administration

Addressing the Youth Mental Health Crisis

Kailin Hsu, MD, Director of Product Solutions and Clinical Programs Pediatric leaders are currently facing a unique set of challenges, including the youth mental health crisis, “tripledemic”, and workforce burnout to name a few. In an effort to facilitate best practice sharing, my colleague, Katherine Virkstis, ND, VP, Clinical Advisory Services, and I have launched

Get Well Named #1 Market Leader for Patient-Driven Care Management by KLAS

Powering 50 million patient interactions each year, Get Well enhances healthcare experiences for health systems and patients  Bethesda, Md. (February 7, 2024) – Get Well, the market leader in digital patient engagement, proudly announced today that it’s been recognized as the #1 market leader in the 2024 Best in KLAS: Software and Services report for

AWARE: A Technology-Driven Framework for Promoting a Safer Care Environment

Katherine Virkstis, ND, VP, Clinical Advisory Services The increase of violent incidents against healthcare workers, particularly nurses, has become a critical concern. Recent data from a 2023 survey by Premier, Inc. and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), paints a worrying picture: a staggering 40% of healthcare workers have encountered workplace violence in

Get Well Renews and Expands 75 Partnerships in 2023

Get Well renews and expands 75 partnerships in 2023, half of which are Epic®-enabled clients  Bethesda, Md. (January 25, 2024) – Get Well, the global leader in digital patient engagement, today announced they have continued and/or expanded 75 partnerships with leading health systems and hospitals in 2023. Of these renewed and expanded Get Well clients,

Healthcare Marketing Leader Stacy Sand Joins Get Well as Vice President, Marketing & Communications

Bethesda, MD (January 23, 2024) — Get Well, the global leader in consumer digital patient engagement, announced today that it has hired Stacy Sand as Vice President of Marketing & Communications to lead the company’s Marketing function. Sand brings nearly 20 years of experience leading successful go-to-market/strategic marketing initiatives across various dimensions in the healthcare

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