Early Childhood Literacy: How Reading to Children Impacts Their Life

“The sun did not shine, it was too wet to play. So we sat in the house all that cold, cold, wet day.  I sat there with Sally. We sat there, we two. And I said, 'How I wish we had something to do!’” I continue to be amazed that I wrote the above [...]

5 Critical Facts about Adherence and their Implications for Population Health

Non-adherence for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes or hypertension is extremely common – more common than you might think. Furthermore, non-adherence is largely perceived as a “patient issue” and not a massive problem with implications for physicians or health systems. However, the results of non-adherence impact healthcare providers greatly, resulting in hospital [...]

Common Milestones for Baby’s First Six Months

As a new baby goes through the first months of their life, language and learning is an important foundation for overall academic success. The benefits of early childhood education are undeniable, and GoMo Health is working to guide providers and parents through the earliest milestones of a baby’s life. Our EduCare solution supports developmental [...]

Video: Individualizing Social Determinants of Health

Watch the video above to hear Dr. Stephen Lazoritz, MD, CPE, discuss how BehavioralRx impacts the social determinants of health. Everyone has a story, and when you listen to their story, you’ll understand not only their illness but their life. And knowing what a person’s life is like will help [...]

Video: From Social Isolation to Socialization

Behavioral health conditions can often leave those afflicted in a position of social isolation. Illnesses like anxiety, depression, addiction, and agoraphobia are all very isolating conditions that leave a person feeling like they are fighting their battle alone. How BehavioralRx® helps When a person, based on their behavioral condition, needs [...]

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The Role of Law Enforcement in the Behavioral Health Care of their Community

Police officers in America do not have the role of rehabilitators for community members, and they certainly are not health care professionals. Rather, their main objective is to respond to crime and protect public safety. Even though they are not directly involved in the rehabilitation treatments, they are critically involved [...]

Intervening at Critical Moments: Disrupting Suicidal Ideation Amongst Military Veterans

By Steve Lazoritz, MD, Medical Director, GoMo Health  For many years I have had the honor of performing medical qualification examinations on young men and woman who are joining the military service. I have oftentimes asked the 17 or 18-year olds how their mother felt about them enlisting, and typically the response is “she’s scared.” “Scared [...]

5 Key Benefits of Early Childhood Education

A child’s early years are perhaps the most important, because they lay the foundation for the rest of their life. Research shows that early childhood education is highly beneficial because the human brain is the most receptive to learning between birth and three years of age. Early education has been [...]

CJFHC and GoMo Health Event Recap: New Behavioral Technology for Women with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)

Every day, more than 115 people in the United States die as a result of overdosing on opioid medication. The misuse and addiction to opioid medication, which includes prescription pain relievers, heroin, and fentanyl, has become a major national crisis. In 2017, 700 babies in New Jersey were born with neonatal abstinence syndrome in [...]

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