5 Things Hospitals Can Learn About Patient Engagement From Netflix

Since its inception in 1997, the video streaming and DVD distribution company Netflix has grown into an internationally recognized giant in the entertainment world. In July of this year, the business reported that its subscriber base had grown to 65.55 million, according to Business Insider. There’s no denying that the company has captured the attention […]

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Wellbe Announces Webinar on Preparing for Medicare’s Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) Model

OrthoServiceLine.com, a free resource to the orthopedic community sponsored by Wellbe, is hosting a complimentary webinar featuring Kevin Lieb, Senior Director for MedAssets’ Physician Alignment Solutions, titled “Prepping for CCJR: Lessons Learned in Physician Alignment and Bundled Payments.” With CMS’ recent announcement of its Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) payment model and its plan […]

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EVENT: Katie Boyd McGlenn, Director of Innovation Research, to Present at WI Healthy Aging Summit

Katie Boyd McGlenn, Wellbe’s Director of Innovation Research, will be presenting with the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing at the 2015 Wisconsin Healthy Aging Summit on August 6th. Details on the workshop are below: Can Technology Help Caregivers of Older Adults Anticipate Needs? “Informal, unpaid caregivers — spouses, adult children, friends, and neighbors — provide […]

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Wellbe Releases Second Annual “Joint Replacement Benchmark Report”

Wellbe, Inc., creator of the Guided CarePath for Total Joint Replacement, today announced the results of the second annual “Joint Replacement Benchmark Report,” a survey of 100 hospital orthopedic departments, benchmarking their practices in total joint replacements for hips and knees. “With the recent announcement by Medicare on the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) […]

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PRESS: Wisconsin Coverdell Stroke Program receives $3.75 million to enhance statewide stroke care

The Department of Health Services will strengthen coordinated stroke care systems statewide thanks to a 5-year, $3.75 million CDC grant to continue the Wisconsin Coverdell Stroke Program, health officials announced today. Wisconsin is one of only nine states to receive the funding. “Continued support for our stroke care initiative will help us increase the likelihood […]

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