Is On-Site COVID-19 Testing The Right Thing To Do For My Business?
As the world begins to emerge from the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations are starting to ask the question, “How does our workforce move forward?” Businesses that shifted to a fully remote working system during the pandemic are navigating how to safely bring workers back to the office. Many are looking to invite customers and clients back safely as well. However, while the overall impact of the COVID-19 pandemic may be decreasing, the risk of exposure and infection remains. Many organizations are trying to get ahead of any potential exposure events by testing every employee for coronavirus once they return to work. This is when the need for on-site testing comes up by inviting companies just like ours. At Premier Choice Testing, we use PCR testing for the most accurate results and can have your test results returned within 24-48 hours in any U.S. State.
Here are just a few benefits of investing in on-site testing:
When you do not have to worry about buying more tests every week or having someone look for tests constantly, you save a lot of time and money. Having specifically trained and certified lab technicians work on your sample overnight makes it easy for you to test your employees regularly over time.
The nose swab PCR test for COVID-19 is an accurate and reliable test for diagnosing COVID-19. A positive test means you likely have COVID-19. A negative test means you probably did not have COVID-19 at the time of the test. The test detects the presence of a virus if you have the virus at the time of the test. The test could also detect fragments of the virus even after you are no longer infected.
3. Lower costs for companies and employees
The cost of COVID-19 exposure is high, with most estimates putting the average cost per employee at thousands of dollars in lost revenue and workforce time. This includes the price of lost time from work and additionally, directly costs the patient nothing as it is billed through the Insurance and the Cares Act.
If you’re considering DIY COVID-19 testing for your staff or students, you may have discovered that the process isn’t as straightforward as purchasing and distributing the kits. There are rules and regulations about what can and can’t be done, asked, or disclosed. One of the biggest benefits of our on-site COVID-19 testing for your business is that you can save yourself the time and hassle of such research. Our experienced private testing services take the guesswork out of such protocols. We’re well-versed in local laws, restrictions, and privacy regulations. We’ll help make sure that on-site testing for your business adheres to state and federal guidelines. Our lab professionals will work with your team to fine-tune all the logistics to test your employees and/or students effectively.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act ensures that COVID-19 testing is free to anyone in the U.S., including the uninsured. By contacting us through our website, we can then take the next steps to get the proper training and testing materials to you quickly. We can typically have a new on-site workplace testing location ready to start within three to five days. We use PCR testing for the most accurate results and can have your test results returned within 24-48 hours in any U.S. State. Administer the tests at your workplace and send the kits back to our laboratory overnight at no expense to your business. The results will be given back to individuals, the company, and local health agencies within 24 to 48 hours. We also partner with local municipalities to offer drive-through testing sites for community members.
If you are looking for on-site COVID-19 testing programs, then reach out to us at Premier Choice Testing. Our Certified Lab Technicians work around the clock to deliver your results quickly, and securely through a verified SMS, email, and telephone program. We serve across Salisbury, Concord, Charlotte, Mooresville, Statesville, High Point, Winston-Salem, Asheboro, and the surrounding areas of North Carolina as well as Georgia, Texas, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. To learn more about the services we offer, please click here. To get in touch with us, please click here.