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By Lauren VanDenBoom

June 18, 2020

hc1 and Sonora Quest Laboratories (SQL) recently announced an expansion of their long-standing strategic partnership with the launch of hc1 CV19 Command Center™ for Sonora Quest, a comprehensive solution that integrates with SQL’s world-class lab testing services to systematically coordinate testing and deliver health insights to combat the spread of COVID-19.  

SQL is supporting the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and the State Health Laboratory by performing targeted COVID-19 PCR viral and serology antibody testing to protect residents and healthcare staff across Arizona’s 147 long-term care (LTC) communities. 

hc1 Workforce Advisor™ securely connects live lab results in the hc1 CV19 Command Center to serve a vital role for SQL and the state of Arizona by providing advanced analytics that support effective testing of those most in need. The solution will also generate insight on risk of infection based on the anticipated 25,000 tests SQL will be performing statewide, enabling healthcare and public health leaders to take immediate, proactive steps to contain future COVID-19 infections and save lives.

“Long-term-care and skilled nursing facility residents are extremely vulnerable to severe illness and mortality when they are infected and develop COVID-19,” said Brad Bostic hc1 CEO. “Due to our concern for the health and wellbeing of these communities, hc1 has partnered with Dave Dexter and his team at Sonora Quest Labs to help save lives. We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with SQL and ADHS to serve this critical need for many of Arizona’s senior residents.”

For more information about hc1 Workforce Advisor and the CV19 Command Center, visit www.hc1.com/workforce-advisor

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