Chelsea King Arthur, Vice President, Population & Digital Health Solutions, and Maria Reese, Senior Director, Health Equity and Community Service Programs explore the importance of social determinants of health during Minority Health Month. April is Minority Health Month, and this year’s focus is on providing racial and ethnic minority and AI/AN communities with “culturally and
October is Health Literacy Month — a month-long recognition where hospitals, health centers, literacy programs, libraries, social service agencies, businesses, professional associations, government agencies, consumer alliances, and many other groups “work collaboratively to integrate and expand the mission of health literacy.” Helen Obsorne, president of Health Literacy Consulting and host of the podcast Health Literacy
For hospitals and health systems looking to manage patients or employees who have been diagnosed or exposed to monkeypox and prevent the spread of disease, our digital care management solution, GetWell Loop, can help. Get Well’s monkeypox symptom monitoring tool enables hospitals to track active and suspected exposures to the virus, while identifying readiness to
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.