Partners & Collaborators
A key principle of The Wellness Network is to deliver credible, practical and relevant resources supportive of healthcare facilities’ patient education, compliance, engagement and satisfaction goals.
To accomplish this, we collaborate with content providers, associations, academic institutions and hospitals to ensure our content is relevant, can be delivered via multiple platforms and that we vet the process and content with end-users.
The American Heart Association is a premier partner of The Wellness Network. Experts form AHA co-produce content in our Cardiology Library and co-created the HeartCare Channel. AHA provides ongoing review of all heart and stroke related content by the Scientific Review Committee and of our cardiology-related care pathways. Several leaders within American Heart and American Stroke are on-screen experts in our videos.
Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses encourages healthy mom’s and babies by promoting their messages about Health4Mom and their Ask a Nurse initiative on our Newborn Channel.
National Institutes of Health partner with The Wellness Network on programming creation and allow us to film on location. Leaders from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the National Institute on Drug Abuse were featured in educational videos that educate patients and caregivers on alcohol and drug addiction for our Mental & Emotional Health library.
To support compliance reporting, all our resources are reviewed by Joint Commission to clearly state which standards and elements of performance are met by the resources within our libraries. The Speak Up! Series focused on patient advocacy, is part of our HealthClips libraries.
The Office on Women’s Health, a division of Health and Human Services, has provided videos from the “It’s Only Natural” series to promote and support breastfeeding for the Prenatal & Maternity Library.