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—Mobile Health Patient
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New COVID-19 Test Supports Latest NYC DOH Guidance

Posted October 16, 2020

As NYC DOH recommends weekly and monthly COVID-19 testing for some healthcare workers, Mobile Health has added a new Point of Care COVID-19 rapid test to its NY clinic offerings. The Accula SARS-CoV-2 Test by Mesa Biotech joins two other COVID-19 tests available at four Mobile Health New York locations. For employers preferring to evaluate staff at[Read the Rest]

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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]

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Hiring at a Job Fair?

Posted November 7, 2019

Is your company planning to attend a job fair or recruiting event? Job fairs and recruiting events provide great opportunities to efficiently screen large numbers of job candidates. And did you know Mobile Health’s background check system works great during mass hiring events?  It’s never been easier to collect background information on potential hires. Here’s[Read the Rest]

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Flu Season Staffing Strategy?

Posted October 4, 2019

Do you have a flu season staffing strategy and contingency plan? Any illness during the year, particularly the flu, can greatly impact employee attendance. Flu Season has arrived, and while on-site vaccination clinics and Flu Shot Programs can help prevent the flu, your workplace must prepare to handle staffing. Hindsight is 20/20.  Look at your[Read the Rest]

Wage Parity Symposium Successful!

Posted April 7, 2016

Mobile Health, in partnership with FordHarrison LLP and TSG Financial, has just concluded its 3rd successful wage parity symposium. Held at the NYC Bar Association building on April 5th , Mobile Health thanks all who participated and presented. If you missed out on Tuesdays event, don’t worry! You can still gain greater clarity on Wage Parity[Read the Rest]

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Providing Clarity on Wage Parity Clarity for Home Care in New York

Posted March 1, 2016

On March 1st, 2016 home care agencies in Suffolk, Nassau, and Westchester counties will see their wage parity total compensation increase 114% to $13.22/hour. Agencies considering new ways to comply with the growing supplemental wages of the Wage Parity Act should consider Mobile Health’s Wage Parity Clarity. Wage Parity Clarity is a health benefit program[Read the Rest]

Wage Parity Act Symposium April 23rd

Posted April 1, 2015

Attention Homecare Agencies On Thursday, April 23, 2015, from 8:30 AM-12:30 PM, FordHarrison LLP and Mobile Health are co-sponsoring a symposium on the Wage Parity Act. FordHarrison LLP, a co-sponsor of this event, is a national labor and employment law firm representing home care industry employers. Mobile Health is a leading provider of employee screening[Read the Rest]

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Home Healthcare’s Bright Future

Posted March 30, 2015

In an October 2014 workshop on health services presented by the National Research Council & the Institute of Medicine, key speaker Steven Landers (CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group) discussed the lasting advantages of home healthcare services. Landers emphasized the diminished risk of infections among elderly patients when staying at home versus at[Read the Rest]

Home Health Aides – Tips for staying healthy at your patient’s house

Posted March 16, 2015

A Home Health Aide’s role as caretaker means they work to improve the quality of life of a patient. This often means they find themselves working in a patient’s house for long hours. During the time spent at a patient’s house, it’s possible Home Health Aides may become exposed to potential health risks. Here are[Read the Rest]

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