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Moments that Matter for Women’s Health

Women play a significant role in the complete family lifecycle. Mom, grandma, aunt, sister, friend, spouse, teacher, chef, driver, tear-dryer, housekeeper, professional – the list goes on and on. One of the most important roles that can’t be argued – is that women are the primary decision-makers when it comes to managing the overall ...

Top 3 Challenges for Medicaid Patients in Care Accessibility and Provider Engagement

Medicaid, by design, is meant to help individuals who lack traditional means to access full-service private insurance plans, whether it’s older adults whose Medicare plans don’t go far enough to serve their unique care needs or younger individuals on a fixed income or living below the poverty line who find care to be cost-prohibitive. ...

4 Ways to Improve Health Outcomes

Today’s healthcare landscape offers more advanced and intuitive interventions than ever, but there is still room for improvement in increasing access to these resources while maximizing patients’ longevity and quality of life. As life expectancy continues to rise, and people are thriving longer than ever with adverse and, in many cases, formerly terminal conditions, ...

Healing Whole: The Importance of Treating the Entire Patient during the Oncology Journey

We’ve discussed and reported at length the importance of treating the whole patient and addressing their biopsychosocial states in all areas of healthcare. Perhaps nowhere is it more important to address the totality of the impact of one’s condition than during the oncology experience. A cancer diagnosis brings unmatched stress and uncertainty that affects ...

Cancer Distress Screening: Why is it Important and How Can it Enhance Cancer Support Programs?

Holistic and effective mental health management is a fundamental component of comprehensive cancer treatment. From the shock and trauma of the initial diagnosis, to the unparalleled physical and emotional rigors of treatment, to the day-to-day decline in quality of life and fear of mortality, cancer patients face exceedingly high levels of emotional distress throughout ...

How Telehealth Increases Access to Care

Amid rampant innovation facilitated by digital healthcare delivery and support, there have been several key milestones that have improved patients’ treatment experience and increased the ease with which they’re able to interact with their care providers; one of these is the advent of telehealth medicine, or simply telehealth. The term is defined as a ...

COVID-19: Solutions Amidst the Global Pandemic

With the Coronavirus top of mind worldwide, GoMo Health is deploying our telehealth digital therapeutic and chat programs to community organizations, healthcare providers, health plans, and hotlines around the country. These solutions enable organizations to handle the increased volume of consumer inquiries and associated “conversations” in a more consistent and individualized process. GoMo Chat™ ...

Getting to Know the Healthcare Consumer of 2020

Like all other industries, the needs, concerns, and consumption habits of today’s healthcare consumer have gotten more sophisticated, complex and discerning. In a culture that’s shifting more and more to a focus on everyday and long-term holistic wellness, and a political climate that’s placed current healthcare practices under a larger and larger microscope, today’s ...

Treating the Whole Patient: Why Is It Important and How Can It Be Done?

When a patient goes to their healthcare provider, they bring with them a complex and interconnected set of circumstances that contributes to the development and exacerbation of their conditions. While it’s very common for doctors to see the person sitting before them as a composite of symptoms, and a problem to be solved, there ...

5 Top Challenges to Medication Adherence

Americans just have a hard time taking their meds. Even those who elect pharmacological intervention over invasive surgery have difficulty sticking to their routine. Data from the World Health Organization indicates that medication adherence can have a more direct impact on patient outcomes than the specific treatment itself. Other analyses from the University of ...