Combatting the Top Challenges During Transitions of Care

Transitions of care, or the coordination of health care during a movement from one setting to another or to home, are a critical piece of an overall positive health outcome. A well-planned transition of care ensures health care continuity, avoids preventable poor outcomes among at-risk populations, and promotes the safe [...]

World Mental Health Day: Important Facts and Resources You Should Know

This information originally appeared in a blog in May 2018. Because it was so widely read, we have updated the information as of October 2019, just in time for World Mental Health Day. The stigma that surrounds mental health is a common problem that affects people seeking treatment. In fact, 60% of adults with [...]

Diving Deep with Bob Gold on Chronic Pain Management: Treating What You Can’t See with an Integrated Behavioral and Physical Approach

Chronic pain is a condition that affects more than 1.5 billion people globally, 100+ million of them Americans. Because chronic pain is complex in diagnosis and treatment, the physical, mental, and emotional impact on a patient’s daily life must be considered to effectively implement treatment that addresses the entire person, and not just their [...]

Video: Treating What You Can’t See with Chronic Pain Management

One of the challenges in treating a patient population with chronic pain is that it is not just a physical symptom that can just be treated and will go away. Chronic pain is physical and psychological, because you have to address the patient’s self-perception of their belief that they can [...]

The Advancement of Non-Opioid Chronic Pain Management Therapies for Medicaid Patients

Nearly one in five American adults suffer from chronic pain, and chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability. Because of the large population of people battling with chronic pain every day, it’s no surprise that every year millions of Americans use opioids to manage their pain. However, opioids simply mask the [...]

Breaking Down Barriers to Innovation with Stephen Lazoritz, MD, CPE

Start by doing what is necessary; then do what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” — St. Francis of Assisi How often, when faced with a new or difficult problem do people proclaim, “we need to think outside of the box!” Outside the box implies that perhaps [...]

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 [...]

Video: Prioritizing Provider and Patient Communication

The number one reason that people don’t get better from medication is simple: they didn’t take the medication. There are certain things that make practicing [medicine] very difficult, and one of them is poor communication. If I say, “Take this prescription and come back in 2 weeks,” what’s missing? I didn’t educate the person [...]

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 essential 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 [...]

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