MOBE | Your connection to better health

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MOBE is a high-growth organization with inspired teams who are making a difference in the health care space, person by person. Scroll for MOBE’s latest and greatest news.

Reaching employees who need the most wellness support.

As workplace reports of the Great Resignation and “quiet quitting” escalate, employers are re-examining ways to support employees’ changing physical, mental and family support needs, as well as to help protect their health and well-being.

Improving veteran pain management requires a committed, comprehensive approach.

Millions of veterans encounter health challenges every day, often as a direct result of their service to our country. As we honor their brave and selfless service on Veterans Day, we must also commit to making the health, comfort, and safety of veterans and their family members a priority for our nation.

Addressing mental health and advancing health equity: Carlos’ story.

People face numerous barriers on their journey to becoming healthier and happier, including non-medical factors like environmental and socioeconomic circumstances that are not within their control.

Advancing Health Equity in Your Organization.

Anjoli Punjabi, Director of DE&I and Program Outcomes at MOBE recently participated in a webinar on health equity. The discussion focused on why it’s important for employers, health plans, and other organizations to get close to the community and collaborate on ways to eliminate disparities. The big takeaway is that it takes partnerships.

MOBE expands health plan leadership team.

Kathryn Moore joins MOBE as Vice President of Sales—Health Plans to drive growth and bolster MOBE's future endeavors.

Looking upstream to see how inflation may affect health care costs.

From groceries to gas, we know that consumers have felt the pinch of inflation as prices rise across goods and services. While several relief efforts are underway to tackle rising costs, it’s important for employers and payers to consider the effect of inflation on the healthcare industry, as increased costs are on their way.

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