It’s been nearly two years since the first cases of COVID-19 found their way to the United States. And, as the country battles a new surge of COVID-19 cases stemming from the Omicron variant, daily hospitalizations from COVID-19 continue to shatter records — something experts say could become a regular occurrence with the much more
85% of patients already bring their own smartphone or tablet with them for a hospital stay, yet many hospitals still struggle to activate them and engage them in their healthcare journey. GetWell Anywhere is a mobile experience that enables hospitals to provide the consumer-grade experience that patients expect.
Today’s consumers want a personalized experience. And whether they are booking a flight, managing their bank account, or ordering dinner, they expect to receive the information they want, when they want it. And they want this same experience with their healthcare.
We’re proud to help healthcare organizations deliver high-quality care to all. It is an honor to do this with some of the best in the world.
2021 healthcare trends like health equity, maternal health, and behavioral health helped health systems identify things that truly matter.
Convenience and choice are common and expected by consumers across many industries, and healthcare consumerism is no exception.
Coming from a family of healthcare professionals, and with a creative mind all her own, it’s no surprise that pediatric nurse Amanda De La Torre is a double DAISY Honoree, receiving The DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses (The DAISY Award) in June 2017 and again in March 2020. The first time she was nominated, Amanda
Since GetWellNetwork’s founding more than 20 years ago, we’ve been guided by a mission to improve the healthcare experience by helping people take a more active role in their health journey. As we’ve worked to make whole-person care a reality — taking into consideration a person’s emotional, social, mental, and behavioral needs along with their
In January 2020, Christina Lane received The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. We interviewed her to learn more about her career.