In the era of technology, why doesn’t healthcare make any sense?

Ryan Grimmett, Chief of Staff, Product Consumer technology has come a long way from the days of trekking to your local video rental store. Now, with smart TVs, you can effortlessly browse and stream the endless supply of films without concerns about availability or the hassle of physical in-store returns.  This expectation of convenience has

Applying the AWARE Framework at the Point of Care

Kailin Hsu, MD, Director of Product Solutions and Clinical Programs Promoting a safer care environment is of crucial importance as healthcare workers face a concerning rise in workplace violence. Recognizing the need for a more proactive approach, clinical leaders at Get Well created the AWARE Framework to provide strategies on ways to avert and reduce

At LifeBridge, Every Birthing Person Has a Bridge to Health 

Katherine Virkstis, ND, Vice President, Clinical Advisory Services During our Get Well Wednesday on February 7th, we spoke with Dr. Elizabeth Zadzielski, MD, OB/GYN Chair at Sinai Hospital, to discuss the maternal and infant health partnership between Sinai Hospital and Get Well. Sinai Hospital is the largest hospital within the LifeBridge Health System and the

AWARE: A Technology-Driven Framework for Promoting a Safer Care Environment

Katherine Virkstis, ND, VP, Clinical Advisory Services The increase of violent incidents against healthcare workers, particularly nurses, has become a critical concern. Recent data from a 2023 survey by Premier, Inc. and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), paints a worrying picture: a staggering 40% of healthcare workers have encountered workplace violence in

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An End-of-Year Message from Get Well’s Founder & CEO

As 2023 comes to an end I find myself on an Amtrak train from Washington, DC to New York City, blessed with a few moments to reflect on this past year. Our industry continues to twist and turn, urging Get Well to be nimble and forward thinking as our client partners bounce to the dynamic

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Guiding grief with compassion

In intensive care units, challenging cases and clinician dedication intertwine. You have to be an exceptional provider to work in these environments, and an even more remarkable individual to emerge as a beacon of hope for those in your care, especially when guiding grief. Such is the case for Julia Marchese, a young RN who