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With changed reimbursement restrictions come RPM opportunities

There has been a lot of hype about remote physiologic monitoring (RPM), colloquially known as remote patient monitoring, in recent years. These services are beneficial for patients and providers alike, allowing patients to receive the personal-touch care they need from a distance, while providing…

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COVID-19 series: We’re all in this together

I’ve been feeling a mix of emotions in recent weeks, as I’m sure you all have. I’ve felt worry and the need for preparation, but I’ve also felt an increased sense of responsibility. 

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COVID-19 series: Here to keep helping

It’s a difficult time for patients, clinicians and the general public right now. I see that all around me — from friends, from family, from GetWellNetwork’s own employees. 

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COVID-19 Series: This is why I'm here. This is why we exist.

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GetWellNetwork recognizes client achievements with 2020 GetConnected Awards

GetWellNetwork recently announced the recipients of its 2020 GetConnected Awards on March 4, during the GetConnected 2020 conference in Washington, D.C. The winners represent healthcare organizations and individuals that have embraced digital transformation and pushed the boundaries of patient…

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A message from Michael O’Neil on Coronavirus

Dear clients,

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2019 year in review


2019 was a busy year for GetWellNetwork, one that saw the continued integration of GetWell Loop, the rollout of GetWell Anywhere and an exciting collaboration with Cerner, helping to put patients at the center of care.

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Here’s why you should integrate your EHR + patient engagement platform

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Recently, we’ve talked about integrating patient engagement software with an EHR. We’ve also talked about how there are integration opportunities — lots of them — for your digital front door strategy. But integration sounds complex, clients tell us. “Why would I take it on?”

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How integration opens up the digital front door


In my last post, I talked about EHRs integrating with patient engagement solutions: why EHRs might do this, what value a patient engagement technology might bring to the relationship and what it all means for the patient.

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EHR + patient engagement platform integration: good for providers, good for patients


The implementation of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system for a healthcare organization can be an enormous undertaking, in terms of money, time and effort. These systems are comprehensive and complex, offering features to aid both patients and providers. 

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