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MINNEAPOLIS, August 3, 2020 — New research has shed light on a longstanding healthcare system challenge that affects more than 1 in 3 Americans: Health outcomes are not improving for those with complex, chronic health concerns, even though they see their doctor frequently and take multiple medications.
The way that healthcare is accessed and delivered is in the spotlight. Thanks to technology -- and our recent, collective experiences with stay-at-home orders and social distancing-- healthcare as we know it now extends far beyond the walls of a doctor’s office or hospital. As a nation, stresses on our healthcare system have required us to take a critical eye to how people receive the care they need. But for some people, improving their health isn’t necessarily a question of access.
Chronic medical conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and mental health affect more people than ever before – despite medical advances and readily available technology that can help. What’s needed to tackle such a large public health challenge? Population Health News recently featured insights from our CEO, Chris Cronin, on how data and predictive analytics, combined with personalized guidance, can improve outcomes.
At the core of healthcare is human connection. Whether in-person or virtual, mental or physical, chronic or urgent, good health guidance is facilitated by the trust and personal attention between patient and provider. And although it might have seemed counterintuitive just a few months ago, telehealth is a great enabler of this one-to-one connection – if we use it wisely.
MOBE’s unparalleled approach shows improved outcomes and reduced costs for Americans with persistent health care needs.
“Navigating the health care system and being healthy in general can be complicated and disconnected,” said MOBE co-founder Eric Hamborg. “Even with more access to information, specialized medicine, and technology, we’re not always healthier. Horizon recognizes all of these factors and sees the value of how MOBE can help.”
Medical experts agree: better engagement with personal health decisions can have a significant impact on health outcomes, while also reducing catastrophic health events and preventable hospital readmissions. But patient engagement isn’t always that straightforward. One of the biggest culprits – for both preventable hospital admission and readmission is medication discrepancy. Medication discrepancy is the mismanagement of medication or complications that stem from medication use that isn’t optimized and patients who are not engaged in their treatment plans.
Jason Doesher, MD, has joined MOBE as Chief Medical Officer. Jason has a wide array of experience given his years of clinical practice and a passion for helping individuals by understanding what they need to overcome barriers and how to provide the best support and resources. Get to know more about Jason...
As a co-founder of MOBE, I could relate to many of the Top 10 issues – they’re the challenges we grapple with every day as we bridge the gap between lifestyle choices and medical care in order to support individuals in achieving their best health outcomes. While the full list included several important topics, there were a couple that continually came up in my conversations with other executives at HCEG, and seem to be particularly important as we consider the needs of today’s healthcare consumer and the industry’s future.
Despite repeated doctor visits and numerous prescriptions this group generally doesn’t get much better, said Eric Hamborg, MOBE co-founder and chief commercial officer. Yet its recurring use of services drives up health care costs for everyone, he said. Learn more about MOBE helps a hidden population.
At MOBE, we know a great company lives up to its values, which is why we’re so passionate about partnering with organizations that can help us fulfill our principle “Do good together.” Because of that, MOBE is proud to announce our partnerships with MATTER.
HCEG’s Annual Forum hosts some of the nation’s biggest thought leaders in order to identify the 10 biggest problems and opportunities for change within health care. This year, MOBE’s Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer, Eric Hamborg led an expert panel, which discussed sustainable outcomes and savings through lifestyle and behavioral modification.
The HCEG forum offers an opportunity to gain insights on sustainable outcomes through lifestyle change from all ends of the health care spectrum. MOBE's, Eric Hamborg, will be hosting a panel at the event, joined by a pair of experts who represent the provider and payer aspects of the health care system to engage in a discussion that will drive action and awareness. Get to know our panelists...
Premera Blue Cross, a leading health plan in the Pacific Northwest, and MOBE today announced an expanded relationship as a result of program success and member health improvements. Nearly 10,000 more members will have access to MOBE’s professional health guidance, at no additional cost.
Rick has devoted the better part of his career to new business creation. He gained expertise by building innovation teams and capabilities for some of the world's premier technology and consumer brands and Fortune 100 innovators. He now joins MOBE as the VP of Innovation. Learn a little more about his background, what drew him to MOBE, and how his passion for continuous improvement and desire to help others made him a perfect fit for the role.
At the time, Michael had only been working at MOBE for a year; it was his first job out of college. Little did he know his life would take a turn—on Christmas Day nonetheless—with a near-death accident. The tragedy and his recovery would give Michael valuable insight into not only his own life, but life and struggles in general. And it would make him love his work and workplace even more. Read Michael’s account of his story.
MOBE’s innovative health solutions provide a much-needed link between health care and lifestyle to improve health and wellbeing.
Certification validates MOBE’s commitment to key regulations and protecting sensitive information.
From January 21-23, Eric Hamborg, MOBE Chief Customer and Revenue Officer, joined thought leaders in Florida for the 11th Annual ConvUrgentCare On-Demand Strategy Symposium put on by Merchant Medicine. The symposium focused on innovative practices when it comes to on-demand care.
Community. Support. Healthier living. It all came together at the 2018 Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk.
For those who living with or recently diagnosed with complex neurological conditions, it helps to have the support of someone who already knows the way. That’s why we’re launching a new partnership with Utilize Health.
Leslie joined MOBE in 2018 as Vice-President of Guided Medication Programming. Her background includes patient-focused clinical care, pharmaceutical and clinical research, medical communications and strategic product development.
One of the most important things you can have in life is a good support system. This is the MOBE team, and this is our MOBE community.
“Our goal always is to make healthcare work better for all of our customers,” said John Espinola, MD and Executive Vice President at Premera.
MOBE introduces a new service dedicated to medication management—helping people better understand the medications they’re taking, so they can achieve their healthiest life possible.
MOBE Enables Health Plans to Address the Needs of a Hidden Population; Programming Expansion Announced at J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.
The partnership between Capital BlueCross and MOBE is an innovative approach that provides tailored support to individuals who are navigating specific complex conditions.
MOBE is pleased to announce that Premera Blue Cross and Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska are extending availability of the MOBE program.
MOBE and Premera Blue Cross, two independent companies committed to improving customers’ lives, announce a new relationship.