At MOBE, we believe in the power of storytelling. Stories in words, pictures and videos are a powerful way to share messages that hold the potential to change your way of thinking. And when it comes to helping people make changes in life, that’s something we can’t get enough of. In fact, that’s the heart of MOBE.
The More Being blog is dedicated to more stories and more sharing. It’s where we’ll feature more success stories from people in the MOBE program and articles that relate to the science and study of self-management. We'll share images and ideas that inspire us, and we'll introduce you to the people who work here.
Consider yourself officially invited to bookmark our blog, follow our Facebook page, and join the conversations. And even more, consider yourself among friends. We look forward to sharing something new with you, right here, every week.
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.
The Kindness Rocks Project is about creating random acts of kindness that can change anyone's day, and our MOBE Guides made some of their own.