SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA: (December 17, 2020) CSCI has always provided great care and resources for its team members both medically and from a training perspective. However, with COVID-19 continuing globally, keeping everyone safe and healthy during the pandemic has taken center stage. CSCI knows that its most important asset is its team members, and their health and peace of mind during this crisis is paramount. CSCI has partnered with Privia Health (Privia), one of the largest, integrated multi-specialty medical groups in the country, to launch a COVID Care Coordination Program for all employees. Through Privia’s COVID Care Coordination program, CSCI provides employees and their dependents with safety and peace of mind, simplified safety screening and enhanced access to COVID health advice and care.
“During this extraordinary time across the globe, we are thankful to be able to provide this level of care and access to our team and their families for their peace of mind and ours,” said Lara Coffee, Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Marketing & Communications, CSCI. “The Privia team has provided wonderful resources and town halls to help communicate these offerings to our staff.”
Privia provides a custom suite of resources for CSCI’s team members and their families, including a custom web portal to connect with a Clinical Care Team dedicated to supporting CSCI, easy access to finding immediate care options in the community, latest COVID-19 information, and much more. The COVID Care Coordination Program combines, 24/7 access to care, concierge-style member engagement, symptom monitoring, diagnostic testing, advisory services, and personalized care management – all backed by one of the highest performing medical groups in the country.
“At the start of the pandemic, we quickly realized there was an opportunity to leverage our best-in-class clinical management capabilities to support local businesses and schools with mitigating COVID-19 risks,” said Eric Beyer, President, Privia Medical Group Mid-Atlantic. “In the Mid-Atlantic region, we have more than 1,100 physicians and advanced practitioners who are committed to supporting the community, and we are grateful to be doing our part to help keep CSCI open for business.”
CSCI has been a trusted defense industry partner for more than 30 years, providing unbiased program recommendations to manage risk and guide strategic decision-making. CSCI manages risk when it matters most. By applying a thorough knowledge of government legacy systems and aptitude with emerging technologies, CSCI bridges the gap between the past, present, and future. Our subject matter experts develop scalable solutions for the most complex missions, leveraging their experience as operational analysts, researchers, engineers, systems integrators, instructors, and security control specialists. By responding to evolving customer needs, we deliver what we promise. Computer Systems Center Incorporated (CSCI) is a certified 8(m) Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB). For more information visit csci-va.com or follow us on CSCI LinkedIn
Privia Health™ is a national physician organization that transforms the healthcare delivery experience for physicians and consumers. Utilizing a platform of talent, tools and highly enabling technology, Privia has a proven track record of developing and elevating physician groups to top tier performance. Privia’s approach of meeting providers where they are on the value continuum and partnering with health plans, health systems, and employers to better align reimbursements to quality, outcomes and performance has proven to be successful and replicable across multiple geographies. This platform of top industry talent, physician leadership development, scalable systems and proprietary technology reduces unnecessary healthcare costs, achieves better outcomes, and improves the health of patients and well being of providers.For more information: www.priviahealth.com. @PriviaHealth
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