The ways in which the pandemic has caused people to think more about their mental health and holistic wellness are practically too many to count. Between quality-of-life factors that have been exacerbated by self-isolation, like diet and diet fitness, and the depression and anxiety that comes from living under COVID-related conditions, the need for healthcare providers to address the need of the “whole patient,” has never been more urgent.
Recent data from the Cleveland Clinic indicates that 68 percent of respondents to a survey said that the pandemic has caused them to pay more attention to certain risk factors for other health issues. Nearly 40 percent said they were paying more attention to their depression and anxiety levels; over 35 percent reported paying more attention to their autoimmune or other chronic diseases; 15 percent are paying more attention to their lung health and nearly a third are monitoring their physical fitness. It’s more incumbent than ever upon providers to address these factors during routine visits.
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GoMo Health recognizes the importance of comprehensive support in helping patients manage all aspects of their conditions in their lived environments. This is why we have partnered with care providers and hospital systems across the world to build programs that address the totality of their disease states and the struggles they face when trying to manage them.