According to the Centers for Disease Control and prevention, there are nearly 4 million births per year in the United States. But for each child that is born in this country, there is an entire team of people behind them: from Doctors and Nurses, to Case Managers and Discharge Coordinators, and dozens more in between. As we celebrate moms for their hard work and sacrifice, a goal of GoMo Health is to also support the extensive network that enables so many births each year.
As we enter into another exciting year at GoMo Health, we are happy to announce the launch of our newest campaign: Read More
Chronic disease, defined as any disease lasting three months or longer, is a way of life for many Americans since they are commonly incurable and life-long. In 2017, about 80% of senior adults report having at least one chronic disease and therefore having to adjust to the daily lifestyle changes and challenges that come with chronic illnesses. 40 million Americans have a limited daily life because of their chronic health conditions.
Below we explore some of the biggest challenges that patients living with a chronic disease face and some of the ways that health care is working to assuage them. Read More
According to two new studies published in April of this year, it was announced that the United States spends more than $9,000 per person on healthcare, which is the most that any nation spends. This already staggering number seems even higher when compared to the lowest on the list, Somalia, which ranks at a miniscule $33 per person. Collected by the Global Burden of Disease Health Financing Collaborator Network, the data examined 184 countries and shows a story of two extremes, and health spending that is all over the map – literally.