News and updates on Mobile Health's employee screening and occupational health

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—Mobile Health Client

Respirator Fit Testing: 5 Key Benefits of Online Medical Evaluations

Posted June 16, 2021 in Uncategorized
Let’s be real, your employees are probably thinking “not ANOTHER in-person appointment…” An Online Medical Evaluation by Mobile Health makes it easy for your employees to satisfy OSHA requirements for their respirator fit test. You save time when your employees don’t have to make a tri[Read more]

Should Businesses Test Vaccinated Employees?

Posted June 14, 2021 in Uncategorized
The increasing vaccination rates pose the question, should you test your vaccinated employees? The answer is yes. The CDC states, “While these vaccines are effective, no vaccine prevents illness 100 percent of the time.” As of June 1, 2021, the CDC received reports that 3,016 COVID-19 vaccine br[Read more]

Is Your Office Ready for a Labor Day Reopening?

Posted May 17, 2021 in Uncategorized
See you in September? The first Monday in September traditionally signals back to school, but Labor Day 2021 will bring many workers back to the office – to newly reopened and reimagined workplaces Surveys across industries show that many employers plan to return workers to offices by Labor Day or[Read more]

Mobile Health Named Top Occupational Health Company of 2021

Posted April 26, 2021 in Uncategorized
Speed, Innovation, and Dedicated Workforce Make Mobile Health an Award-Winning Company in Pre-Employment Screening HR TECH OUTLOOK has designated Mobile Health its Top 2021 Pre-Employment Screening Service Company. In its April 2021 issue, the enterprise technology magazine described Mobile Health a[Read more]

Mobile Health on Vaccine Success: Why We’re Not Done with COVID-19 Testing Yet

Posted April 22, 2021 in Uncategorized
Excerpts from Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman appearance on SiriusXM Laura Coates Show While it’s appropriate to celebrate rising COVID-19 vaccination rates, the alarming number of COVID-19 cases means it’s too soon to let up on COVID-19 testing, Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman told Sirius XM [Read more]

7 Keys to Successful On-Site COVID-19 Testing

Posted April 19, 2021 in Uncategorized
On-Site COVID-19 testing for schools and employers will be necessary for the foreseeable future. State and federal health officials favor scaling up COVID-19 testing, even of asymptomatic individuals, as a road to reopening schools and workplaces. Mobile Health is a leading provider of On-Site COVID[Read more]

Can Occupational Health Save the Workplace?

Posted April 13, 2021 in Uncategorized
COVID-19 has transformed workplace health and safety, making occupational health not just a regulatory obligation but a survival strategy. In highly regulated industries like healthcare and construction, employers are used to collaborating with an occupational health provider like Mobile Health. But[Read more]

4 Considerations for Choosing a Respirator Fit Test Provider

Posted April 1, 2021 in Uncategorized
The spread of COVID-19 has intensified the demand for Respirator Fit Testing – an OSHA-mandated screening that ensures the proper fit and seal of a user’s N95 respirator, preventing virus transmission. With worker health and safety and OSHA compliance at stake, it is critical that employers choo[Read more]

Mobile Health, SL Green Partner to Offer On-Site COVID-19 Testing to NYC Office Tenants

Posted March 31, 2021 in Uncategorized
Mobile Health has partnered with SL Green, Manhattan’s largest office landlord, to offer on-site COVID-19 testing to companies at 21 SL Green-owned office sites in New York City. The partnership is designed to support corporate tenants as they return to offices and to encourage economic recove[Read more]

Can COVID-19 Testing Speed Up School and Office Reopenings?

Posted March 30, 2021 in Uncategorized
With educators and employers anxious to return to pre-pandemic operations, federal health officials are recommending a different form of COVID-19 testing known as “screening testing” – looking for individual infections in a group even if no one shows symptoms – to speed reopenings of schools[Read more]