Mobile Health Named Top Occupational Health Company of 2021

Mobile Health recognized as a ‘differentiator’ in delivery of pre-employment screenings; praised for speed, innovation, technology

HR TECH OUTLOOK has designated Mobile Health its Top Occupational Health Company for 2021. Announcing the award in its April 2021 issue, the enterprise technology magazine described Mobile Health as “a game-changer in the pre-employment screening space,” citing speed in its results delivery as its key differentiator.

“The speed of our results delivery is a clear marker of distinction for us,” said Mobile Health Chief Executive Officer Andrew Shulman in acknowledging the honor. “It’s one of our key performance indicators. We track it, we live it, we breathe it.”

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Mobile Health’s expedited results delivery provides a critical bridge between employers anxious to fill a vacancy and employees eager to begin work, Shulman said. “The day we don’t provide results, someone doesn’t get to work.”

The CEO credited the company’s core philosophy, stellar services, loyal clients, and dedicated workforce for the achievement.

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Expanding National Footprint

In naming Mobile Health Company of the Year, HR TECH OUTLOOK highlighted the company’s 37-year history and forward-looking plans to solidify itself as a one-stop provider of occupational health solutions. Mobile Health’s explosive growth topped 30 percent year-over-year.

Mobile Health provides a full suite of occupational health services, including some aimed at reducing COVID-19 transmission: COVID-19 testing, vaccine administration and respirator fit testing. The company has seven New York clinics and more than 4,000 urgent care centers and labs in its U.S. network, with plans to add 2,000 more in 2021 to solidify its strong national footprint.

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