At the September all-company meeting, MOBE employees raced one another to pack over two thousand snack packs filled with healthy options. These snack bags, called MATTERbox snack packs, will go to student athletes at Brooklyn Center High School to provide healthy snacks between school and sports activities, helping the kids reach their full potential while learning about the importance of nutrition.
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. We’re so excited about their unique perspective and approach to helping people live healthier lives.
“MOBE’s mission is guiding people to better health and more happiness. One of the core principles we focus on is nutrition, and we saw the clear tie with what MATTER is doing in trying to help people live healthier and more full lives. So the opportunity to partner with MATTER that has both a local and global footprint was something that appealed to us and we see it as a great synergy between the two organizations,” said Chris Cronin, MOBE’s CEO.
MATTER is a global nonprofit on a mission to move people forward by eliminating barriers to a healthier life. They do that by addressing three major challenges that affect people’s ability to live heathier. MATTER has identified the three challenges as:
We are excited about a long-term partnership with MATTER, who shares our values and knows that together, we can change the world by helping people live happier, healthier lives.
To learn more about MATTER and their approach, visit https://www.matter.ngo/
“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.
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