The past few months have seen tech companies, healthcare organizations, employee-benefits vendors and others toss their hat into a fast-growing market for “return-to-work” COVID-19 health-monitoring services.
Today CVS Health and Salesforce, two of the bigger names in that race, have announced plans to integrate their offerings into a single digital, data-driven testing and monitoring program.
CVS Health’s Return Ready program was anchored by on-site rapid-testing or thrive-through testing via more than 1,000 CVS pharmacy locations. Announced in June [https://www.mobihealthnews.com/news/verily-cvs-health-join-budding-back-work-health-screening-market], these services came alongside an analytics dashboard and add-on such as thermal scanners and seasonal vaccinations.
Salesforce, meanwhile, had launched Work.com in early May. This enterprise tool acted as a singular hub, coordinating various data streams relevant to safe reopening efforts.
Together, the companies promise flexible tes…