Everyone is impacted by health, but all people are not impacted equally. When addressing minority health, technology can be a helpful tool.
Established technologies like text messaging can help bridge gaps in health equity by providing whole-person, personalized care to all.
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.
Addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) and ensuring health equity is a critical element to improving the health of a population; health equity and population health are interdependent. The health and wellness of a group or community made up of individuals is dependent upon the ability of those individuals to receive care. But annual wellness
This January, Get Well marked the one year anniversary of the acquisition of Docent Health, a core part of a multi-year strategy and internal investments to expand Get Well’s offering with robust solutions for ambulatory, population health, and payer clients. Building off Get Well’s 20 years of healthcare innovation in patient interactive care, we’ve added
Newly announced Maternal Health commitments from the White House bring digital technology’s promise to the forefront.
During our webinar, Serving the Underserved: A Conversation with CommonSpirit Health about Equity in Healthcare, Dr. Alisahah Jackson, System Vice President Population Health Innovation and Policy at CommonSpirit Health, and Royal Tuthill, General Manager of Docent Health at Get Well, discussed how digital technology augmented with community-based navigation services can help effectively engage patients and
Digital patient engagement can help address vaccine hesitancy and increase vaccination rates in areas that are struggling the most.
CommonSpirit Health & GetWellNetwork’s Docent Health use digital health technology — along with the human element — to improve health equity.