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GetWellNetwork:New Animated Bedside System for Kids

October 14, 2009
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Bethesda, Md-based GetWellNetwork, Inc., introduced GetWell Town, an Interactive Patient Care system that delivers kid-friendly patient education, entertainment options and communication tools at the bedside.

This new version of GetWellNetwork helps children’s hospitals engage pediatric patients and their families in the care process and features an animated character named Moti that welcomes and guides patients in using the system, says the company.

GetWellNetwork, Inc. is a provider of Interactive Patient Care (IPC) solutions that actively engage patients in the care process to drive performance improvements in quality, service, operational efficiencies and new revenue opportunities. Currently operating live at more than 10,000 hospital beds around the country, GetWellNetwork provides patients and families with access to comprehensive education, home-like entertainment options, and services through the in-room television.

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