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Get Well Achieves FedRAMP Authorized Designation



Get Well, a provider of enterprise digital patient experience and navigation solutions for hospitals and communities, announced that it has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) authority to operate (ATO) at the Moderate security impact level for its cross-continuum digital patient engagement platform. FedRAMP is a government-wide program that promotes the adoption of secure cloud services across the federal government by providing a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

Get Well delivers a cross-continuum digital patient engagement platform hosted on the AWS GovCloud. The Get Well platform is used at more than 70 Veteran Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs). Now that it is listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace, the Get Well digital patient engagement platform can be contracted by any government agency without additional security vetting required.

“Get Well has been honored to serve the Veterans Health Administration and Defense Health Agency for the past 12 years. Obtaining FedRAMP certification affirms our belief that a cross-continuum platform approach, leveraging high tech and high touch, is required to help navigate members of our military communities to the best care possible,” said Michael O’Neil, founder and CEO, Get Well. “We believe that the FedRAMP ATO, along with our current integrations with VistA/CPRS and our partnership with Oracle Cerner, positions us now and well into the future to be an even better engagement solution for Veteran and Military patients.”

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