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Health systems + hospitals must build patient trust — now.

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In a world of easily accessible information and high care costs, today’s American public has also proven to be less inclined to trust the healthcare industry. A Gallup poll found that public “confidence in the medical system” dropped more than 50% over the past four decades, falling from 80% in…

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4 tips for a more meaningful patient engagement strategy

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Having a great plan of care is important for a successful surgery and an optimal recovery, but the plan is only valuable if it’s followed. Engagement ensures patients become active stakeholders in their own health, empowering them to reach out proactively for the information they need. It also…

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How healthcare tech can assist during a natural disaster


Hurricane season. Wildfires. Heat waves. Flooding. Tornadoes. 

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4 key ways to prevent and control infections

As we move from spring into summer, many regions of the country are still grappling with rising COVID-19 infection numbers, even as lockdowns are lifted and businesses reopen. For some cities, the numbers have plateaued or even dropped; across the board, however, there is concern about a second…

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A message from our CEO

The past few weeks have been terrible ones for humanity. 

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Using technology to care for the whole patient

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Since 1949, the month of May has traditionally been observed in the United States as Mental Health Month. This year, May also has the unfortunate distinction of having seen the highest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths nationwide.

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The new normal: Surgical procedures post-COVID-19

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As the country works to combat a global pandemic, COVID-19 has brought many sweeping changes to American society. Workplaces have shifted to remote conferencing for meetings, restaurants are boarded up or acting in a delivery-only capacity and retail sales are on a steep decline. 

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Using 24/7 monitoring to engage patients in a pandemic

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It was 2:30 a.m. on the first night of 24/7 remote patient monitoring when a patient reached out to the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network COVID-19 Care Team through GetWell Loop.

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Empowering patients to choose education over fear

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Eight weeks after California put into place the first statewide lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States is still in the thick of the public health emergency. With over 80,000 American deaths and no standardized central public health response from state to state, patients and…

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COVID-19 brings public health community engagement into focus

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As a country, we’re deep into the COVID-19 public health emergency, recently passing 1,000,000 reported domestic cases. In the month of April, that meant an average of about 30,000 newly reported cases in America...per day. 

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