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—Mobile Health Patient
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Pandemic Pivot: 5 Home Health Tactics for Success

Posted August 27, 2020

COVID-19’s toll on the elderly and older Americans’ growing desire to age in place at home have created far-reaching opportunities for home health. At the same time, pandemic restrictions coupled with a traditional home care mindset may prevent some agencies from fully benefiting from this moment. What follows are five key areas where forward-thinking home[Read the Rest]

Nicolas Rossetti Asst. Medical Director

Meet Nicolas Rossetti – Assistant Medical Director

Posted August 4, 2020

Virus. Epidemic. Epicenter. These themes have marked Assistant Medical Director Nicolas Rossetti’s medical career.  He became a registered nurse in 1984, at the onset of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The RN served for a decade in the ER of the now-closed St. Vincent’s Hospital in Manhattan, then considered the AIDS epicenter. Fast forward 35 years to[Read the Rest]

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Customer Service a Company-Wide Mission

Posted July 30, 2020

Behind every client interaction, whether appointment scheduling, clinic visit or billing request, stands an entire Mobile Health team committed to that customer. That’s because from their first day with Mobile Health, clients benefit from a dedicated account manager, account service representatives and customer service representatives ready to help resolve any issues that arise. Coupled with[Read the Rest]

Camille Edwards Bronx site manager

Meet Bronx Site Manager – Camille Edwards

Posted July 7, 2020

On Camille Edwards’ first day as Site Manager of Mobile Health’s Bronx clinic, N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo had just shuttered all non-essential businesses and ordered all hospitals to double capacity. The RN admits to a little “nurse guilt” at the time, over not doing hands-on patient care in the overwhelmed hospitals. ‘Blessed to Be on[Read the Rest]

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Pandemic Best Practices for a Safe July 4

Posted July 2, 2020

This year, tips for a safe July 4 go beyond fireworks handling, sun protection and swimming guidelines to remind revelers to observe local guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. And while it may be a year to rethink the traditional barbecue, and watch fireworks from home or on television, with the proper planning, it’s[Read the Rest]