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
Welcome to our Federal Community of Practice series where we are committed to connecting and collaborating directly with our federal client community about Get Well. 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 features for performance improvement. In
Increasing Veteran patient education in a standardized fashion can improve the overall patient experience and lower readmission rates.
Get Well’s digital patient engagement solution empowers the VA to easily shift from “sick care” to “whole health” by modernizing medicine with personalized, proactive, and patient-driven care. Working together, as we continue to navigate a global pandemic, our shared goal is to continue to engage and inspire Veterans to their highest possible level of health
On demand webinar sharing best practice stories from across VHA: Engaging Miami Community Living Center veterans in meaningful activities, Suicide prevention strategies and best practices
Every year, as the nation observes Veterans Day on November 11, we stand in gratitude for the sacrifices made by our military heroes. But this observance should not be a one-time event — in fact, it’s crucial to honor and support our nation’s Veterans, not just on Veterans Day, but year round, and that includes
A small change at the Central Virginia VA Health Care System made a huge impact on Veteran suicide prevention and education.
Welcome to our Federal Community of Practice series where we are committed to supporting your ability to connect and collaborate directly with our federal client community about GetWellNetwork
Digital health tools that put the patient first An informed, involved patient is a happier and healthier patient. Research shows that engaging and encouraging patients to take an active role in their care can lead to better patient experiences, quality/safety, and financial outcomes. GetWellNetwork’s collaboration with its government clients has demonstrated this point with high