And the Winner Is…
Wellbe is pleased to announce its first winner of a nurse scholarship to attend the National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses (NAON) Annual Congress.
Wellbe held an “Ortho Nurse Inspiration Contest” earlier this year where orthopedic nurses submitted their most memorable experiences in essay format. The winning nurse, Teresa McCormick, RN, received a sponsored scholarship to cover her travel expenses to attend NAON’s 2014 Annual Congress. Read her winning story.
Wellbe is participating as a featured exhibitor at the NAON 34th Annual Congress, the premier orthopaedic nursing educational and networking event, May 17-20, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Wellbe will display and demonstrate its Guided CarePaths for Total Joint Replacement in the NAON Exhibit Hall, which will expose participants to the latest industry updates and innovations to bring back to their organization.
James Dias, CEO of Wellbe remarked, “The NAON Annual Congress is a must-attend event for leaders in the orthopaedic nursing industry. Wellbe is proud that we can contribute to the continuing education of orthopaedic professionals about patient engagement and connected care. We look forward to providing conference participants with a greater knowledge of how to improve the total joint replacement experience.”
Participants will also have the opportunity to join peers from around the world at educational sessions and networking events during Congress. Additional information about NAON, the Annual Congress and its educational and membership offerings can be found on the NAON website at www.orthonurse.org.
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Wellbe, the inventor of the cloud-based Guided CarePath®, works with health providers to engage patients as partners in their episodes of care. Our Guided CarePaths empower patients to learn and take the actions required to achieve better outcomes at lower costs. High-performing hospitals use Wellbe’s Connected Care solutions to improve the experience and efficiency of helping patients to succeed with their medical treatments and surgeries.