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GetWellNetwork Partners with DAISY Foundation to Recognize Extraordinary Nurses
Date:3/3/2008

at the center of their own care experience. The system turns the television in the patient room into an interactive resource during a hospital stay. By using a wireless keyboard, touch screen or handheld device, patients can interact with the system to access valuable education, communication and entertainment tools directly at the bedside. As part of the DAISY Award program, the patient's television screen will display a message encouraging patients to provide comments about their nurses and take the opportunity to nominate them for the distinguished award.

"The nurses at the Medical University of South Carolina play a critical role in the patients' experience during their hospital stay. The passion they have for their job is just incredible," said Marilyn Schaffner, Ph.D., RN, CGRN, administrator for clinical services and chief nursing executive at the Medical University of South Carolina. "By leveraging the GetWellNetwork system to facilitate the DAISY Award program, it is easy for us to provide these nurses the recognition and appreciation they truly deserve."

"As a pioneer in the IPC space, GetWellNetwork is dedicated to giving patients a voice and empowering them as an active participant in the healthcare process," said Michael O'Neil, Jr., founder and CEO of GetWellNetwork, Inc. "This partnership with the DAISY Foundation provides patients with the opportunity to speak their mind about their care experience and pay tribute to the nurses that have made a difference in their lives."

About GetWellNetwork, Inc.

GetWellNetwork, Inc. is a leading provider of Interactive Patient Care (IPC) solutions. In partnership with more than 50 thought leading hospitals and healthcare systems, the company delivers innovative technology and services to drive optimal patient outcomes. Empowering patients as active participants in the healthcare process, IPC solutions are patient-centric applications delivered at the point-of-care to ensure the completi
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