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Mobile Health Announces Webinar on 3/21: All in One Pre-Employment Screening
Date:3/18/2013

(PRWEB) March 18, 2013

On March 21st at 2pm, Jason Roberts - Sales Director of Mobile Health, will introduce a new employee screening program called All in One Pre-Employment Screening via a webinar. This feature will allow clients to request a complete background check report and up to 13 panel drug testing. Companies interested can sign-up at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/601563102

Previously, many businesses had to utilize a Third Party Administrator (TPA) to process similar pre-employment screening solutions. After this announcement, companies will only need Mobile Health and their robust electronic medical record (EMR) client portal to manage the entire screening process. Through the portal, clients can schedule appointments, request background checks, review results, browse reports, and perform many other features to simplify the recruit to hire process.

Unlike a TPA, Mobile Health owns and operates 6 medical centers across New York City and Long Island which are used for drug screenings, pre-employment exams and other occupational health services. From the appointment setting to receiving results, Mobile Health is the primary contact and provider.

During the webinar, Jason Roberts will review the importance of a complete employee screening program and how Mobile Health’s FCRA compliant reports are a perfect match. When combined with a drug screening program, the All in One Pre-Employment Screening program comes to life. Once the lab results are in and criminal records checks, the HR administrator will have a complete pro
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