In this webinar, learn how organizations can tackle the issue of workplace violence in healthcare, reduce stress, and save lives.
Our Federal Community of Practice is a recurring webinar series inviting federal healthcare facility stakeholders to hear informative case studies from industry leaders. These sessions highlight data-based insights, promote facility performance improvement, and foster ongoing collaboration between our suite of patient engagement tools and healthcare centers around the country. On Thursday, June 22, we were
Learn how GetWell Loop & digital rounding enhanced patient experiences, boosted education & improved medication teaching utilization for several VMACs.
Focusing on increasing satisfaction with staff responsiveness, one Florida Veterans hospital partnered with Get Well to implement GetWell Inpatient, Get Well’s interactive patient care solution, to improve patient engagement. Through some small — but significant changes to collecting and responding to patient feedback, the facility was able to demonstrate a 45% increase in composite top
Patient satisfaction, workflow efficiency, and quality and safety are three areas in which any healthcare organization should invest. A northwestern U.S. VA Healthcare system, has certainly done that, integrating people process and technology to meet safety requirements and reduce rates of hospital-acquired infections and improving outcomes for Veterans. Earlier this month, a clinical nurse leader
Discover how Get Well technology helped Royal C. Johnson Veterans Memorial Hospital meet safety requirements and reduce healthcare-acquired infections. Listen now!
Today is Veterans Day. It’s a day meant to honor the women and men who have served our country, and although this day is a dedicated time to recognize and reflect on the sacrifices Veterans have made, we know that a single day is not enough. At Get Well, we are Veterans supporting Veterans. We
Learn how Miami VA Medical Center met Joint Commission ORXY measures with GetWell Inpatient and how Salem VA Medical Center focused on Quiet at Night to improve patient satisfaction.
Increasing Veteran patient education in a standardized fashion can improve the overall patient experience and lower readmission rates.