Healthcare organizations worldwide are seeking unique and interesting ways to increase patient engagement in their health programs offered, most of which are designed to improve remote care coordination, facilitate self-care management and sustain the health of their population. From rehabilitation facilities to treatment centers, support groups and wellness events, healthcare organizations worldwide are looking for the necessary tools to meet their program goals.
WellCare of Nebraska was honored by Nebraska’s Lt. Gov. Foley, who delivered a proclamation from Governor Pete Ricketts declaring Dec. 14 as “Pelican Day” in Nebraska, and urging all new parents to access resources like WellCare’s Baby First program for information to help raise healthy babies.
WellCare of Nebraska’s Baby’s First program was designed by GoMo Health to help improve mother and infant health and provide resources for those families in need. The program was developed using Personal Concierge™, a part of the Concierge Care® suite of solutions. Personal Concierge a virtual care coordinator that offers interactive, personalized guidance to patients and members through their healthcare journey.
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GoMo Health and Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services have launched the Every Day Matters Personal Concierge™ program, which delivers supportive and motivational messages to persons served at the psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery center. Every Day Matters is a unique membership-based program designed to increase attendance to rehabilitation appointments. 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
Hospitalizations account for almost one-third of the total health care spending in the United States. A substantial portion of those hospitalizations are readmissions, which is why the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP) was created by CMS. HRRP requires CMS to reduce payments to IPPS hospitals with excess readmissions, effective for discharges beginning on October 1, 2012. In 2016 alone, CMS withheld more than $500 million in payments under its readmission reduction program. It’s clear that it has never been more important for providers to emphasize compliance to reduce readmissions. Read More