This Compassion Day, Wambi, LLC announces the launch of its affiliate Carepostcard, LLC, an innovative way to spread gratitude in the healthcare community. Carepostcard is a free, user-friendly tool for patients and healthcare professionals to write and share electronic postcards of appreciation and for prospective patients to identify compassionate providers in their area.
Wambi is dedicated to bringing compassion to the forefront of healthcare and offers a patient-driven employee recognition platform for healthcare organizations to achieve that mission. While working to improve patient satisfaction through engaging healthcare workers, members of Wambi’s leadership team realized that there was no effective way to publicly appreciate providers.
Alex Coren, Wambi Inventor and Co-founder, emphasizes the profound impact that gratitude, expressed and received, has on patient and caregiver experiences. “I view the world through a lens of compassion,” says Coren, of Miami, Florida. “Utilizing Wambi to drive cultural change, reduce caregiver turnover, and improve satisfaction is salient. However, in order to systemically effectuate change in healthcare, we needed to start a movement within our communities—the Compassionate Care Movement. Carepostcard is our vehicle to propel the Movement.”
Carepostcard’s mission is threefold: users are able to visit the site to write and share notes of gratitude to their treasured care providers; healthcare providers can receive notifications, as well as view, share, and promote their Carepostcards; and prospective patients are able to use the site’s Carefinder tool to search for compassionate providers in their area by reviewing Carepostcards written by other patients.
As Rebecca Metter, Wambi CEO explains, “Promoting compassionate care is part of everything we do. Through Carepostcard and the Movement, we will facilitate sharing gratitude as well as receiving it, making for happier providers and patients—and ultimately kinder care for all.”
Carepostcard, LLC, a Wambi affiliate, is an innovative and free digital platform that offers a public way to express gratitude for outstanding care providers. Based in Los Angeles, CA, Carepostcard drives compassionate care by enabling a seamless way for patients to thank their providers and prospective patients to search for compassionate providers in their area. Carepostcard’s mission is to promote and improve compassionate healthcare through appreciating care providers. To learn more, visit http://www.carepostcard.com.
Founded in 2016 and based in Los Angeles, CA, Wambi, LLC delivers a patient-driven healthcare recognition and performance platform. Wambi uniquely addresses patient satisfaction from where it starts, with the caregivers, through the eyes of the patients. It offers a gamified digital platform informed by real-time patient satisfaction, which serves to improve caregiver engagement, decrease turnover and burnout, and elevate the patient experience. To learn more, visit http://www.wambi.org.
LOS ANGELES, CA — June 27, 2017. Wambi’s Alex Coren joins the U.S. delegation to the 2017 G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance (G20 YEA) Summit in Berlin, Germany. Coren, Inventor, Co-founder, and Chief Innovation Officer at Wambi, leads a panel discussion on how Digital Platforms lay the foundation for new businesses.
Coren co-founded Wambi—and invented the supporting digital platform—in 2016 to improve patient satisfaction through recognizing and engaging healthcare workers. She was named the top female student entrepreneur in the country by the Global Student Entrepreneurship Awards, a program of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO). Coren was selected to share her unique experience and expertise with the G20 YEA audience of global innovators. “As a female business owner, the chance to speak to likeminded peers and influencers on the power of technology to drive change has been an incredibly rewarding experience,” comments Coren.
As a delegate of the G20 YEA, Coren impels action within the sphere of global decision-makers. This year’s policy requests call for increased educational, tax, and visa opportunities within digital competencies to embrace and propel new forms of global entrepreneurship and job creation. As a young entrepreneur in the Health IT sector, Coren faces and directly affects the global issues of access to affordable, high quality health care. Coren adds, “It’s an honor to contribute to the powerful collective voice of the young entrepreneur. Our goal is to provide insight and solutions to the policies surrounding digitalization in today’s world.”
Coren has spent the majority of the year participating in conferences and speaking engagements around the world, including a recent presentation on Wambi at the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair in Las Vegas. This event hosts Women’s Business Enterprises, senior executives and procurement representatives from Fortune 500 companies and the U.S. Government, and select partner organizations. All attendees share a common objective of expanding women’s business opportunities in the marketplace.
Founded in 2016 and based in Los Angeles, CA, Wambi is a patient-centered healthcare recognition and performance platform. Dedicated to bringing compassion back to the forefront of healthcare, Wambi addresses patient satisfaction where it starts, with the caregivers. It offers a gamified digital platform to improve caregiver engagement, decrease turnover and burnout, and elevate the patient experience. To learn more, visit wambi.org.