Reducing the COPD RSRR in Veteran Patients

Hannah Figucia Griffith, BS, Get Well Client Success Manager  Almost 16 million people in the US suffer from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), also known as emphysema or chronic bronchitis, with symptoms that include frequent coughing or wheezing, excess mucus production and shortness of breath1. There is an increased prevalence of COPD in older adults

Achieving Impactful Veteran Care Outcomes through People, Process, and Technology

Karl Morneau, VP, Government Client Success Get Well proudly aligns with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration’s (VHA), demonstrating unwavering dedication to our nation’s veterans. Through the integration of Get Well’s patient engagement technologies and our collaboration with 72 VHA healthcare facilities nationwide, we have significantly enhanced veteran satisfaction, streamlined workflow efficiency, and

On-demand webinar: Federal Community of Practice

Welcome to our Federal Community of Practice series. In this webinar, you will learn: Our solutions expert will also walk through rounding integrations, patient surveys & digital screening in the Get Well platform. 

On-demand webinar: Federal Community of Practice

Watch our most recent Federal Community of Practice webinar and learn about the Get Well Renaissance! In this 60-minute webinar, you will: Participating in this initiative will strengthen the community through best practice sharing and help inform the community on how to successfully implement and adopt Get Well solutions for performance improvement. 

Harnessing data to drive improvement at VA facilities 

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