Mobilemed Case Study

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1) On the website it says, “MobileMed's mission is to improve the health of low-income people who face the greatest barriers to care access. Our values include health care access for all, quality services provided with compassion, respect and cultural sensitivity, and organizational excellence and integrity. We provide 14,000 encounters annually to more than 5,500 low-income individuals in Montgomery County” 2) According to the website “ MobileMed provides primary and preventive care, referrals to specialty care as necessary, and the diagnosis and management of chronic conditions for patients who require ongoing health care oversight. We have a network of in-house specialty clinics—including cardiology, orthopedics, pulmonology, and podiatry—which are available to all MobileMed patients who have been referred by their MobileMed primary care providers. Thanks to Adventist HealthCare (both Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital), the Archdiocese of Washington, Project Access and Suburban Hospital, our patients are provided with laboratory work and testing, diagnostic radiology procedures, and specialty care. These services are provided at free or low-cost to our patients. An integral part of a broader safety net system, MobileMed regularly helps patients access other health-related services and programs within our community.…show more content…
We continue to rely on these important relationships today to provide the superior service integration and innovation that MobileMed is known for throughout our community. We owe many thanks to all of those who have served with us in the past and to those who joined the MobileMed family during the past year to help us continue this important healthcare service delivery in the
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