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 which they were withdrawing to the exposure of narcotics. Read More
Childhood development is a determinant of health over a person’s lifetime. Early opportunities for development give a person the foundation for academic success, health, and well-being. Preschool-aged children achieve 90 percent of their adult brain volume by age 6. Positive or negative experiences can support or hinder a child’s cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Therefore, support during this time is therefore crucial to a child’s development. Read More
GoMo Health is excited to announce the launch of a new pilot study that explored a new approach to reducing preterm births. The study was conducted under the direction of the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and included funding from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska.
The healthcare industry is changing. As payment models shift in healthcare, patients are expecting more from their healthcare providers. With an emphasis on patient satisfaction, reimbursements, and Joy in Practice, many healthcare providers are turning to artificial intelligence to streamline their offerings and work smarter.
“Each person should see themselves as though the entire world is in delicate balance and, with but one deed, he or she can tip the scales for good.” – Maimonides
Because of You, our GoMo Health team mates, and our friends, colleagues, partners, and clients who provide invaluable insights and continuously work side by side with GoMo Health, we collectively are making a real difference in the quality of life of people, families, and their children; for example: