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Mobile Health expands their testing program to sustain Broadway’s rapid comeback. Mobile Health announced its newest COVID-19 testing location at 225 West 42nd Street, next door to New 42 Studios, an iconic Broadway landmark. On the same block where over 800 shows have taken their theatrical productions from early development to opening night, Mobile Health will perform over 6,000 COVID-19 tests every week. ‘Lighting Up the Great White Way’ As an occupational health provider, Mobile Health has protected the workforce of New York City since 1984. At the New 42 Studios location, Mobile Health displays a new sign, “Lighting Up the Great White Way,” to signal their commitment to forward the artistry, culture, and long-time traditions that can only be …

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Wall Street Journal reports a rise in COVID testing from individuals and employers. As holiday parties make their comeback, Wall Street Journal asks Mobile Heath how this will impact COVID testing. Several public officials, including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, are encouraging residents to get tested before Thanksgiving gatherings, and many cities are expanding free rapid-testing sites in a push for pre-party tests. “Requests for rapid COVID-19 tests are rolling in from companies, too, as some employers resurrect in-person holiday parties after skipping or zooming last year, says Andrew Shulman, chief executive of Mobile Health.”



To enable the return of Broadway and healing of New York City, Mobile Health runs a four-site COVID-19 testing operation. After 15 months of empty theaters, Broadway began the search for a COVID-19 testing partner. Serving the unique needs of theaters, productions, shows, union representation, and rehearsal times made this a complex undertaking. Mobile Health was awarded the job based on the ability to unify everyone’s needs through one comprehensive testing program. A Team of Testers with a Passion for Theatre Broadway is a quintessential part of New York City culture. This missing piece has weighed heavy on the hearts of New Yorkers and everyone who celebrates theatre. Mobile Health is the designated COVID-19 testing provider to raise the curtain …

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As the Chair of the New York State Senate’s Health Committee, Senator Gustavo Rivera fights for the people of New York to have a healthier lifestyle. Rivera visits Mobile Health’s Bronx clinic to celebrate their innovations to give employers greater access to the employment screening services and technology they need to protect their workforce. A NEW STANDARD FOR EMPLOYMENT SCREENING TECHNOLOGY Mobile Health paves the way for effortless scheduling, faster results, and data organization. As employment screening technology has become stagnant and outdated, Mobile Health invests more in their technology and breaks the industry norms. 6,500+ clinics armed with Mobile Health technology means that employers get results in real-time. No emails, no handing off paperwork — employers have a direct …

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The CDC and FDA paused the J&J COVID-19 vaccine on April 13, 2021. NBC LX asks Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman how this will affect our nation’s vaccination efforts. A STEEP CLIMB BACK “The pausing of the J&J COVID-19 vaccine following isolated blood clots will have a lasting effect on vaccine hesitancy,” said Shulman. “Even prior to the pause, Mobile Health saw 20 percent of scheduled appointments refuse the J&J vaccine, due to misinformation,” he said. The J&J single-shot vaccine has been intended for rural areas, where vaccine hesitancy is higher. “We are going to have a steep climb back (from vaccine hesitancy), but President Biden assures us we’ll have plenty of Pfizer and Moderna vaccine.” The Johnson & Johnson …



Every state in the US reported an increase in COVID-19 cases in the week ending Friday, July 23rd 2021. In 34 of those states, the rate of new cases increased by more than 50%. As the Delta variant sweeps across the nation, Fox News Radio invites Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman to weigh in. VACCINATION IS KEY The more a virus circulates, mutations are inevitable. So, how do we stop the spread? “It’s what viruses do, their goal is to continue to survive,” said Shulman. “As long as they have a host, they will continue to go from one to the next and spread and change. The goal is to get the number of hosts down and you do that …



After sweeping nationwide vaccine mandates from private employers, Cheddar News brings Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman into the conversation. DRIVEN BY SCIENCE As COVID-19 cases rise by 51% in just one week, more than 50 health and medical groups – including the American Medical Association, the American College of Physicians, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Public Health Association – issued a joint statement calling for a vaccine mandate by private employers. “These are people being driven by the science that say the mandate is the appropriate way to go,” said Shulman. These Medical Groups are motivated by the Delta surge and significant numbers of unvaccinated people. Hena Doba of Cheddar News asks for Andrew’s insights on masking …

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Andrew Shulman recognized for reinventing occupational healthcare and technology and his positive impact on NYC communities, his employees, and essential workers. CRAIN’S NEW YORK BUSINESS has named Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman to its 2021 Notable in Healthcare List. The list celebrates outstanding individuals who have had a positive impact on healthcare in New York, and honors their professional, civic, and philanthropic achievements. Under Shulman’s leadership, the company has grown by 300%, expanded nationally to over 4,500 locations, and became a category-leading disruptor in technology use. The publication also recognized Shulman for his ‘whatever it takes’ mentality. “He immediately gets involved when problems arise and leverages resources to generate solutions,” said Bert Brodsky, Mobile Health Chairman and founder. “His quick action …

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Addition of more than 1,100 MinuteClinic locations to Mobile Health’s network through new collaboration with CVS Health offers employers more choice, convenience, and flexibility when scheduling occupational health services. NY, NY – June 21, 2021 – Mobile Health’s largest expansion to date makes it easier than ever for employers to schedule pre-employment and occupational health services. More than 1,100 locations have been added to Mobile Health’s national network with the addition of all MinuteClinic locations, the retail medical clinic of CVS Health, in 35 states and Washington, D.C. Now businesses can book physicals, vaccinations, bloodwork and more for employees right in their neighborhood or just around the block. This recent expansion increases the number of Mobile Health clinics to 4,500+ …

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As a one-dose solution, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a powerful tool for COVID-19 protection. The FDA’s pause of the vaccine will slow vaccination efforts for hard-to-reach populations and congregate settings. As an organization bringing the vaccine across the nation, Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman joins Good Day NBC to discuss the potential impacts. TAKING SAFTEY SERIOUSLY  “There is an advantage to the paused J&J COVID-19 vaccine,” Mobile Health CEO Andrew Shulman. “An exceedingly rare (vaccine) issue was caught. That means the system is working. I hope people will see vaccines are safe and effective and we can surmount some vaccine hesitancy.” Shulman hopes agencies will resume shipment so it can be administered in hard-to-reach places like homeless shelters …


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