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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 which they were withdrawing to the exposure of narcotics. Read More

Letter from Governor Murphy and First Lady about the CJFHC Personal Concierge Program
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Letter from Governor Murphy and First Lady about the CJFHC Personal Concierge Program

State of New Jersey
Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton
08825

January 7, 2019

Dear Friends,

Is is our pleasure to welcome everyone to the launch of Central Jersey Family Health Consortium’s Stork program. Thanks to the personalized interactive learning management system CJFHC is supplying to health care providers, mothers, families, and caregivers impacted by opioid addiction will have access to reliable resources for help.

As our state continues to fight the ongoing opioid epidemic, more babies than ever are being born with opioid addictions. The illicit use of these drugs affects mothers and babies in every part of our state. Through hard work, ingenuity, and compassion, CJFHC is making real progress every day toward alleviating the suffering brought by opioid addition. Thanks to efforts like yours, New Jersey is becoming a national leader in combatting the opioid epidemic.

On behalf of our administration, we extend gratitude to all of you for the amazing work you do. We wish you the best for a successful event.

Our very best,

Philip D. Murphy
Governor

Tammy S. Murphy
First Lady

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GoMo Health and OmniJoin’s Telehealth Solutions for Rural Populations Featured in Becker’s Hospital Review
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GoMo Health and OmniJoin’s Telehealth Solutions for Rural Populations Featured in Becker’s Hospital Review

Healthcare delivery to America’s rural population – estimated to comprise approximately 20%– is an ongoing challenge.  With specialty healthcare services primarily available in larger urban and suburban locations, rural dwellers who are lucky enough to access the care that they need must then manage the challenges with travel and cost to take advantage of it.  From transportation, to time off of work and away from family, to the psychological stressors of feeling isolated in an unfamiliar area without their standard support system, the struggles are ongoing to access and deliver healthcare to the rural population. Read More

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