CJFHC Launches New Behavioral Technology for Women with Opiod Use Disorder

Central Jersey Family Health Consortium (CJFHC), in collaboration with the State of New Jersey Department of Health and GoMo Health, announced the launch of two remote care management programs at RWJBarnabas Health's Institute for Prevention training center in Eatontown on January 7, 2019.  The programs will support providers treating prenatal and postpartum mothers with opiod use disorder (OUD), and the women themselves.  Attendees learned more about the programs being launched and heard remarks from several key advocators, including New Jersey First Lady Tammy Snyder Murphy and NJ Department of Health Commissioner Shereef Elnahal, MD.  

The CJFHC Personal Concierge reinforces activation of day-to-day protocols for increased patient adherence and compliance to avoid unnecessary emergency department visits and re-admissions; the solution is consistent with the value-based reimbursements and shared savings from Meicare, Medicaid and commercial payers (including Blue Cross).

If you are a provider who is interested in additional information regarding this program, please contact Deena Cohen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Pictured below are, from left, Margaret B. Rizzo, executive director of JSAS Healthcare, Fran Gallagher, Chair of the CJFHC Board of Trustees, Bob Gold, Clinical Behavioral Technologist with GoMo Health, Robert Graebe, M.D., Chair and Program Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at MMC, Suzanne Spernal, Administrative Director of Women's Services for MMC, Tammy Snyder Murphy, First Lady of New Jersey, Shereef Elnahal, M.D., Commissioner of the N.J. Department of Health, Diane Resnick, Nurse Manager, Jane H. Booker Family Health Center at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., U.S. Represenative for New Jersey's 6th Congressional District, and Robyn D'Oria, CEO of CJFHC.

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