GoMo Health is excited to announce the launch of our newest Concierge Care® solution, Discharge Concierge™, at Pascack Valley Medical Center in Westwood, New Jersey. Discharge Concierge is a personalized, automated experience that provides patients with the ability to self-complete state-mandated, “need-to-know” disease-specific coursework prior to discharge from the hospital. Mobile, in-the-moment access allows patients to navigate the information at their own pace. Read More
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are nearly 4 million births per year in the United States. The healthcare teams that support these moms and babies include Doctors, Nurses, Case Managers, Discharge Coordinators, and dozens more in between. They work tirelessly to ensure that women have healthy solutions for infertility, pregnancy, labor and delivery, and raising their child.
The obstacles new mothers face can seem to be endless, but as a health care community, we are in a position to bring real change in support for the entire process. As a hospital, health system, health plan, or pharma company, you know how important it is to reinforce a healthy prenatal and postpartum experience for women. Here are some of the key areas that women need more support during and after their pregnancies, and how healthcare organizations can help:
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
Can I Have Your Attention? Inspiring Better Work Habits, Focusing Your Team, and Getting Stuff Done in the Constantly Connected Workplace by Curt Steinhorst
As our workloads expand, attention has never been more valuable. Or more difficult to keep.