White paper | Today’s health equity goal: Shifting from headlines to impact

The topic of health equity has been in the spotlight for years within the public health realm, but only since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the country has the topic of health equity become so prominent in mainstream news. Although health inequities persist, digital health technology can help level the playing field.

Research brief: Understanding opioid utilization patterns across common procedures

Opioids are indicated for the treatment of moderate-to-severe pain and some chronic health conditions. To better understand opioid utilization, pain management, and excess medication disposal, 65 physicians across 12 practices participated in a study using GetWell Loop to connect with patients pre- and post-procedure.

On demand webinar: Embracing the healthcare consumer

Today’s consumers often have high expectations for the services they need. And every industry, from airlines to hotels to banks and more, is clamoring to meet those expectations. Healthcare is no exception.

GetWell Anywhere features

85% of patients already bring their own smartphone or tablet with them for a hospital stay, yet many hospitals still struggle to activate them and engage them in their healthcare journey. GetWell Anywhere is a mobile experience that enables hospitals to provide the consumer-grade experience that patients expect.

An overview of the GetWell Anywhere mobile experience

Today’s consumers want a personalized experience. And whether they are booking a flight, managing their bank account, or ordering dinner, they expect to receive the information they want, when they want it. And they want this same experience with their healthcare.

White paper | Embracing the healthcare consumer: A new era of patient engagement

A new era of patient engagement Every industry — from airlines to hotels to banks and more — is working to meet today’s evolving consumer expectations. Healthcare is no exception. Patients are seeking greater control over their own care, asking for expanded transparency and driving the decision-making process. Yet many healthcare organizations aren’t prepared to