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Blood work was done fast and didn't even hurt when I got pricked. Learned how to wear some mask in case of an emergency and the plus is there's free Wi-Fi.
—Mobile Health Patient
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Mobile Health Helps NJ Businesses Comply with Nov. 5 Daily Symptom Monitoring Order

Posted October 30, 2020

Mobile Health can deploy immediate daily symptom monitoring, temperature screening and health questionnaires to bring N.J. employers into compliance with mandatory daily health checks specified in the governor’s Executive Order 192.  We can mobilize quickly to help New Jersey private and public sector employers meet the state’s November 5 deadline for instituting pre-shift daily health[Read the Rest]

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Worker Drug Test Positivity Highest in 16 Years

Posted September 24, 2020

Even prior to COVID-19, the U.S. workforce exhibited a troubling trend in employer drug testing positivity, according to the latest Quest Diagnostics analysis. Pre-pandemic research by the diagnostic services provider found that the rate of workforce drug positivity hit a 16-year high in 2019.  In particular, positivity rates rose in urine drug tests, climbing to[Read the Rest]

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Pooled Testing: Diagnostic Quality, Lower Costs

Posted September 9, 2020

When it comes to COVID-19 testing, most enterprises seek a low-cost, high-quality diagnostic test that delivers rapid results. While no current test checks every box, pooled testing comes close by expanding diagnostic testing capacity while reducing costs and turnaround. The CDC defines pooled testing— also called pooling or batch testing— as combining nasal swab respiratory[Read the Rest]

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TV & Film During COVID-19: Lights, Camera, Testing

Posted September 3, 2020

COVID-19 has rewritten the safety script for TV and film productions resuming around the country.  As cameras begin to roll again, the top production locations of New York, Los Angeles and Georgia have issued COVID-19 screening and testing guidance for TV and film. The  guidelines are shaped by recommendations from entertainment trade organizations.  For example,[Read the Rest]

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Fit-Testing the New N95 Wearers

Posted August 11, 2020

Respiratory protection has come a long way from the animal bladder skins and wet cloths advocated in the 1800s for guarding against harmful inhalants. And as respirator technology advanced, landmark events have created a legion of new N95 wearers. Along the way, Mobile Health has conducted Respirator Fit Tests to protect workers and help businesses[Read the Rest]

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Vaccinations and Titers: Don’t Risk Non-Compliance

Posted August 6, 2020

The global race for an effective COVID-19 vaccine dramatizes a vaccine’s role in preventing the spread of highly contagious diseases.  While the world waits, medical experts advise an early annual flu vaccine as a precaution against a potential second wave of COVID-19 this fall.  To help businesses protect staff and remain in compliance, Mobile Health[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]

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Day Camps Opt for Point of Care COVID-19 Tests

Posted July 14, 2020

As usual, North Shore Day Camp readied its swimming pool, gymnastics course and arts and crafts supplies prior to welcoming its first busload of campers.  However, this year’s preparations also included a day of drive-up Point of Care COVID-19 testing for campers conducted in partnership with Mobile Health. Parents of campers could opt in to[Read the Rest]

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Mobile RFT Teams Deploy to Hard-Hit Hospitals

Posted July 9, 2020

As the United States exceeds 3 million reported COVID-19 cases, surges in hospitalizations in hard-hit states continue to tax frontline workers. Currently, dozens of Florida hospital intensive care units (ICUs) are at or near capacity, while COVID-19 hospitalizations in Texas reached an all-time high of nearly 10,000 patients. Mobile Health will soon deploy mobile RFT[Read the Rest]

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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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