MOBE announces a new relationship with SouthCoast Health, a provider group dedicated to serving patients in Savannah Georgia as a comprehensive source for better living.
"MOBE is passionate about helping people who suffer from chronic conditions, and the program is a natural fit with our mission of helping patients experience total wellness for life," said SouthCoast Manager of Quality Initiatives Shavonna Clayton.
We see self-management as a way to help patients take ownership of their health and ultimately improve quality of life, and we believe in the MOBE program's holistic approach to overall well-being.”
The partnership between SouthCoast Health and MOBE provides tailored support to individuals who are navigating specific complex conditions. Through the MOBE Guided Self-Management Program, MOBE provides guided support to help members find real relief from chronic pain, discomfort associated with chronic illness, anxiety and stress. The MOBE program is available to patients at no additional cost.
Self-management isn’t a treatment, but an individualized process for each person. It includes understanding how healthcare options and lifestyle choices can work together, as well as making conscious decisions about activities that affect sleep, nutrition, energy and attitude. The National Institutes of Health and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have published reports highlighting the critical role self-management plays in helping people deal with health issues and enhance overall quality of life.
MOBE LLC is a third party provider working with insurance companies, health providers and large employers to deliver a program that creates better health outcomes for its participants.
SouthCoast Health provides a broad range of world-class healthcare services, with 120 physicians and medical professionals in 18 locations throughout the Coastal Empire and Low Country, Georgia.
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