COVID-19 Solutions to Respond, Recover, Restore & Rebuild

Currently mobilizing nationwide, our expertise and depth of resources seek to help state and local governments, large employers, schools, colleges and universities “reopen” the economy. We are working to ensure the public safety of our citizens, workforce and students through rapid accurate testing, facilitating emergency funding via HHS, FEMA and HUD, designing and deploying temporary emergency medical facilities, sourcing local staffing, facilitating, supply chain logistics, and providing emergency call center support to help states manage unemployment claims.

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Temporary Emergency Facilities

We are currently designing, constructing and providing logistics for the rapid buildout of alternate site temporary emergency medical facilities in partnership with state and local government and healthcare organizations.

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HHS, FEMA and HUD Funding Assistance

We are currently providing guidance and reimbursement requests for Cares Act, FEMA and HUD funding for hospitals, clinics and acute care facilities for COVID-19 emergency protective measures with leading practices for maintaining adequate documentation for claims submissions.

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Call Centers

We are currently standing up local call centers by hiring in-state personnel working at home to add surge capacity for unemployment and other state agency call centers.

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Logistics

We are currently moving PPE and medical supplies from distribution points to end users safely and securely.

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Rapid Point-of-Service Testing

We are currently providing fully equipped mobile medical units, point-of-service, state-of-the-art, accurate and HIPAA-compliant rapid COVID testing (molecular and serology) at any designated site. community, workplace, school, college or university testing site.

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Contact Tracing

We are currently supporting contact tracing for states with our medically trained staff serving as contact tracers as part of the effort to identify people infected by COVID-19.

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