An all-hands approach that includes digital healthcare technology can help scale care — like exercise therapy — where it is needed most.
Technology can play a role in combating opioid abuse, helping to scale the reach of care teams to track pills and patients alike.
Digital rounding solutions can help streamline staff processes while enabling quality improvement systemwide at a healthcare organization.
As the digital transformation of the healthcare industry shifts expectations for care delivery, collective interest in smart hospitals has also increased. The road from smart room ideation to that first successful patient discharge can be a long one, with many bumps along the way — but with the right preparation, you can smooth those bumps
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, and after a year of shared global trauma stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, taking time to focus on mental health seems particularly poignant this year. First established by Mental Health America in 1949 and recently proclaimed by President Biden’s administration, the aim of Mental Health Awareness Month is
May is National Nurses Month — dedicated to honoring the year-round hard work and dedication of nurses. An expansion of National Nurses Week, National Nurses Month was first put into place in 2020 by the American Nurses Association, as part of the Year of the Nurse. The Year of the Nurse, which began in 2020,
It’s been a year since I first reached out to you about the COVID-19 pandemic. At the time, I shared the innovation GetWellNetwork had rapidly put in place — mobile solutions available immediately to help keep patients safe at home and protect employees from infection.
The healthcare industry has a problem: many patients are increasingly apprehensive and distrustful of some of its most crucial aspects, with 81% of consumers unsatisfied with their healthcare experience, according to a GE Healthcare Camden Group survey.
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 a year ago has the topic of health equity become so prominent in mainstream news. Something once discussed chiefly among policy experts and health communicators is now splashed across