Get Well launches a digital health meditation initiative for veterans

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The company named Get Well will be using evidence-based meditation techniques. These include problems military service members face, including anxiety and sleep deprivation.

Get Well, a Digital health company partnered with Health Journeys, starts a digital health meditation program. The partnership aims to offer its programs to Get Well’s clients. They aim this with a special focus on veterans.

Health Journeys targets specific behavioral health challenges. Other issues include burnout, chronic pain, depression, anger, PTSD, grief, addiction, etc.

Health Journeys’ guided imagery will become available to veteran patients. This includes a population that disproportionately experiences behavioral health conditions. Get Well stated that partnership builds on its work with the VA. This advances the company’s commitment to serving veterans. It also advances service members in need of behavioral health services.

The percentage of adults with symptoms of anxiety got increased to 41.5%. In addition, the percentage of those reporting improper behavioral healthcare needs increasing to 11.7%.

Get Well said, empowering people with self-management tools is key to improving mental health.

Get Well digital health meditation technology will give their patients access to Health Journeys’ full catalog of meditations. This will happen through the new partnership between hospitals and health systems, including VA hospitals.

Jonathan Goldsmith, COO for Health Journeys, stated, “We are constantly looking for better ways to empower users with self-management healing tools that help build resilience and reinforce motivation for healthy behavior changes; through this partnership with Get Well, Health Journeys will become more accessible to the patient groups that need it most, like our veterans, to improve the outcomes and quality of life, offering gentle yet powerful techniques that focus on imagination in proactive, positive ways.”

Health Journeys’ evidence-based guided digital health meditation got implemented in every branch of the Armed Services. In addition, the company reported in more than 90 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers nationwide.

Michael O’Neil is the founder and CEO of Get Well. He stated that addressing the behavioral health needs of patients is an invaluable part of delivering high-quality.

Our goal is to provide the tools and solutions that take the humanity of patients. We also aim to look at the systemic challenges they face into account. And better serve people in need of behavioral health services.


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