With fewer infection control mandates, administrators need new ways to keep locations safe. Primary.Health’s team can design a solution that fits your existing people, buildings, and technology. We make infection control easy and seamless, with no disruptions to daily schedules.
We visit your facility and generate an image of the built space, flow of air, and air change rate for each room.
We suggest short-term fixes like the use and placement of air filters along with longer term strategies to increase air intake and adjust HVAC systems.
We track air change rates in each room and install a monitor for pathogens like the flu, COVID-19, RSV, and others. You can receive alerts for home testing or other steps in line with your organization’s policies.
We support easy home testing and reporting with low-cost, barcoded home tests for the flu, COVID-19, and other conditions and our Primary.Health Diagnostics app.
We can integrate our data into your dashboard and preferred data management system. Use our dashboard or request a flexible data feed for your needs.
"...When Primary.Health integrated Poppy into our safety program, it made perfect sense. Poppy's air monitoring system is an easy and unobtrusive way to visualize airflow and keep classrooms safe. Changes as simple as repositioning air filters can make a big difference."
The public health platform and indoor air monitoring company build on their successful partnership to keep Bay-Area pre-schools safe from diseases like COVID, Flu, and RSV
The pilot results showcase the importance of air monitoring for airborne illnesses
Physician leader from Fenway Health in Boston joins the growing clinical team to fight ongoing health crises.
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The test-to-stay model appears to be driving a share of that interest. Andrew Kobylinski, the CEO of Primary.Health, which works with California and other states to expand rapid testing, said test-to-stay “is definitely gaining” popularity in schools.
As the State of California releases new guidance for schools and the Delta variant spreads, the Public Health Institute’s Safely Opening Schools (SOS) school testing program is reporting on findings from more than 200 California schools...