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The importance of accurate and complete healthcare journalism is uniquely critical during this unprecedented pandemic. Nomi Health has worked across the country for months to enable states to stand up effective, efficient and quality COVID-19 testing programs to open access to testing to as many Americans as possible across more than 300 testing sites nationwide.

That’s why we need to address the recent erroneous reporting regarding Nomi’s brief partnership with the State of Tennessee.

FALSE: Nomi was in breach of contract.

TRUTH: Nomi was in no way, shape or form in breach of contract with the State of Tennessee. Because…

Our state testing programs nationally are currently handling 2–4 percent of nationwide testing on a daily basis, and we have completed over two million online assessments in our state programs. Our daily capacity has risen leaps and bounds, and we are now able to handle up to 50,000 tests a day. In a country leading the world in new cases with a testing capacity stretched thin, this has been no small feat.

When the pandemic struck our nation in early March, we took our core business model — going direct in healthcare — and quickly mobilized to help local governments…

Today, we are expanding our nationally recognized COVID-19 testing programs to support the upcoming COVID-19 vaccination and immunization rollout. The program will support city, county and state operations to build successful community vaccination initiatives for the one-third or more of Americans who do not have consistent access to medical care.

By partnering with us, governments and public health agencies will have the capability, resources and infrastructure needed to meet all requirements and deploy immunizations for Phase I and II of the COVID-19 vaccination rollout plan outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). …

Today, we are announcing the launch of two COVID-19 mobile testing units to rapidly deploy resources to Utah communities that are being disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 virus. These TestUtah sprinter vans will bring free testing to predominantly high-risk and underserved communities, employer ready-response, and provide additional support to any testing site that is experiencing high volumes of testing.

TestUtah was designed to support the testing needs for Utah through innovative, high-capacity, rapid testing. Part of the value of the solution is to provide a real-time view into how the pandemic is affecting the community so public health officials can…

The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the glaring flaws in our healthcare system. For one — it has become even more evident that healthcare in the U.S. is unnecessarily expensive and complex. Most medical care costs in the U.S. are double or triple what it is in other countries. When it comes to COVID-19 testing, in recent months some providers have charged up to $2,315 for a single test.

We founded Nomi Health with the belief that if we streamline healthcare processes, we can dramatically cut costs and increase access. Healthcare is expensive and complex, but it doesn’t have to…

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, our economy and way of life have been brought to a standstill. As schools, restaurants, retailers and factories shuttered indefinitely throughout the country in early March, it quickly became clear that no state or industry would go unaffected.

The pandemic created a rapidly evolving crisis for each state and one industry in particular: healthcare.

Our State, Utah, was desperate for supplies, there was no leadership coming from the Federal government and the few approved vendors in the state of Utah didn’t have enough to offer. …

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Healthcare is expensive and complex, but it doesn’t have to be. We are working to streamline healthcare processes and increase access.

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