NRHI Publishes Findings from Phase II of Off-Site Testing Research in Peer-Reviewed “Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation”

Many off-site COVID-19 testing centers (OSCTCs) are struggling with strategies to serve vulnerable populations who have some of the highest rates of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. Inter-OSCTC sharing of successful protocols and systems has been hampered by evolving resource constraints, the changing science of testing, and ever increasing COVID-19 case counts.

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NRHI Partners with Mass Design Group to Create Guidelines Supporting Off-Site Testing Sites Spatial Effectiveness

Through our research on off-site testing for COVID-19, we learned that communities are lacking specific guidance on the design and layout of testing sites to optimize throughput and minimize the…

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Off-Site COVID-19 Testing Centers (OSCTCs) Collaborations
Members of the Delaware National Guard supported the saliva-based testing of 100 people at the fire station location.

Off-Site COVID-19 Testing Centers (OSCTCs) Collaborations

A crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic and its multi-dimensional impact plays a crucial role in not only activating but also increasing collaboration among organizations with a vested interest in the common good. Through an ongoing research, the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI), and research partner, Qualidigm, have identified numerous examples of networks supporting off-site COVID-19 testing centers.

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