January 7, 2019 (Asbury Park, New Jersey) – Central Jersey Family Health Consortium (CJFHC), in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Health and GoMo Health, announce the launch of two remote care management programs to support prenatal and postpartum mother with opioid use disorder and their providers. The programs will be in collaboration with three pilot sites in Monmouth County including the Jane H. Booker Family Health Center at Hackensack Meridian’s Jersey Shore University Medical Center, JSAS HealthCare, Inc. and Monmouth Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility.
- Maternal Child Health Personal Concierge: a mobile-based virtual care coordinator designed to guide pregnant and postpartum women through their pregnancy, addiction management and baby’s first 15 months.
- Provider Concierge for healthcare professionals: for use as an in-the-moment guide for opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment and learning management system; the Provider Concierge helps guide obstetricians, pediatricians, maternal/fetal medicine, neonatologists, nurses, social workers and midwives in the treatment of women with OUD with access to New Jersey’s resources and programs.
The Personal Concierge is an e-PRO system (electronic patient reported outcomes) that personalizes and delivers content, based on the women’s specific emotional and physical issues utilizing timely care messages and how-are-you-doing surveys. It uses the GoMo Health BehavioralRx® science of personalized patient engagement to help moms and caregivers physically and behaviorally stay resilient in their self-care management. The CJFHC Personal Concierge reinforces activation of day-to-day protocols for increased patient adherence and compliance to avoid unnecessary emergency department visits and readmissions; consistent with the value-based reimbursements and shared savings from Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payers.