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.
MOBE has seen firsthand what technology can do to help us achieve our mission of helping people live happier, healthier lives. From using data science and machine learning to identify people that are frequent health care users but are not getting healthier, to utilizing AI to match our participants with Guides that have shared values, visions, and interests. The Tech Talks Daily Podcast recently featured our co-founder and CCO, Eric Hamborg, who shared his perspective on the importance of technology, the ways MOBE helps improve health outcomes, the missing link after a doctor’s appointment, and more.
Today, the need for personalized health support is more pressing than ever -- especially for those with multiple complex, chronic medical conditions. BenefitsPro recently featured insights from our co-founder and CCO, Eric Hamborg, on how wellness programs that offer readily accessible personalized guidance can make a lasting impact on health outcomes.
As the challenges of pandemic living continue to take a mental and physical toll, MOBE still strives to guide people to better health and more happiness. MN Tech Mag spent a day with some of the MOBE team and featured our Chief Executive Officer, Chris Cronin. Chris shared his career journey, advice for other companies and executives, and MOBE’s mission to empower participants to achieve better health outcomes and enable customers to make better use of healthcare dollars and resources.
In healthcare many times we try to boil the ocean—it’s much easier to focus on how we can just boil the water in a single pot.
As remote work has become part of our “new normal,” employers are taking a fresh approach to supporting employee well-being. The secret may seem obvious – taking a whole-person approach and providing 1-to-1 guidance can reduce costs for individuals and employers alike while increasing productivity. ThinkAdvisor recently featured insights from our Co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer, Eric Hamborg, on the factors that make employer wellness programs more effective.
For years, the health system has grappled with a daunting challenge: how to effectively identify, engage