Collective Health introduces Collective Go, a product designed to help businesses and their workers reduce risk and navigate safer workforce reentry, with a measured and evidence-based approach.
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“Frequent, verifiable, and large-scale testing, coupled with continuous risk evaluation and contact tracing is the only way to help Americans get back to some sense of normalcy”
Designed with guidance from in-house epidemiologists and developed by leveraging Collective Health’s existing technology framework and award-winning digital tools, Collective Go will bring:
- An evidence-based, externally-reviewed occupational health protocol underpinning a testing process, tailored to address risks associated with specific job types and populations,
- A full ecosystem of clinically-validated or FDA EUA test options through a wide and growing network of certified lab partners,
- A simple, streamlined, and privacy-oriented app experience with symptom and exposure checking, test status monitoring, and certification of compliance with business workplace testing protocols,
- A HIPAA-compliant platform capable of securely receiving data from a variety of testing labs, with management tools to deliver insights on how the workforce is tracking towards successful risk reduction and reentry.
“Frequent, verifiable, and large-scale testing, coupled with continuous risk evaluation and contact tracing is the only way to help Americans get back to some sense of normalcy,” said Ali Diab, Co-founder and CEO of Collective Health. “Businesses currently don’t have a clear path forward. They need a comprehensive solution, based on the latest science, to enable them to reopen with confidence. Collective Go will deliver high-quality testing options, provide support for workers navigating the testing process, and have the capability to receive and verify data from multiple testing and tracing sources. A comprehensive approach like this is what’s needed for businesses to understand and improve the safety of their workforces.”
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