BETHESDA, MD--(Marketwire - March 18, 2011) - GetWellNetwork, Inc. today announced that the American Hospital Association Solutions, Inc., (AHA Solutions) will host a webinar on March 22, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. EDT to help hospitals solve a common challenge of reducing discharge times by automating the medication reconciliation process and improving the patient experience. West Jefferson Medical Center, located in Louisiana, operates a 451-bed hospital just minutes from downtown New Orleans and overcame unconquerable challenges to remain operational and care for its patients during Hurricane Katrina.

Based on their own successful experience, Angela Greener, Chief Administrative Officer at West Jefferson Medical Center (WJMC), will touch on effective ways that hospitals can leverage GetWellNetwork's interactive patient care system to engage patients consistently and effectively while reducing discharge times.

Together with moderator Mary Longe, Director of Patient Flow at AHA Solutions, Ms. Greener will share how WJMC was able to improve satisfaction requirements for patients and nurses, meet meaningful use guidelines, and integrate GetWellNetwork's digital platform with MedsTracker Design Clinicals' medication reconciliation system to better leverage their contract pharmacy relationship to generate additional revenue.

As part of the webinar, attendees will also obtain results from the 2010 AHA Solutions' Patient Flow Challenges Assessment, which includes specific recommendations regarding the overcoming discharge challenges. 

Registration is available at AHA Webinar Featuring West Jefferson Medical Center.

About GetWellNetwork
GetWellNetwork, Inc. entertains, educates, and empowers patients throughout the patient journey using the bedside TV in the hospital, mobile devices, Web or Cable TV at home. This patient-centered approach improves both satisfaction and outcomes for patients and hospitals. Additionally, the company extends the value of existing IT investments by integrating seamlessly to leading HIT systems including Cerner, McKesson, Epic, Meditech, GE and Siemens.

GetWellNetwork was also recognized by KLAS® as the leader in the new Interactive Patient Systems category and exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association. More information about GetWellNetwork can be found at

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