At Vault, we’re committed to helping you optimize your health and quality of life. This past year has thrown unprecedented challenges at all of us, but we’ve remained steadfast in our mission of supporting your health.
Throughout the pandemic, we’ve leveraged our expertise to help improve population health. Early on, we partnered with RUCDR Infinite Biologics and Spectrum Solutions to become the first company to offer an at-home FDA EUA authorized saliva test for COVID-19.
Since then, we’ve worked with numerous individuals, companies, and organizations to get access to fast and reliable testing.
Now, we’re doing our part in what we hope will be the final stage of mitigating this crisis—vaccination.
Along with millions of Americans, we’re grateful to the scientists and researchers who worked tirelessly to deliver this significant medical accomplishment in record time. But we understand how frustrating it is to witness the slow speed at which the vaccine is being rolled out to the public.
At this stage, many states lack the resources to vaccinate the large groups of people who need to be vaccinated per state guidelines. Which is why we’ve stepped up to offer our help in administering the vaccine to those who need it most.
We’re currently working in New Jersey to help vaccinate health care and other frontline workers and the elderly and are talking with other states about how we can help them too.
We’re doing everything we can to make our country’s vaccination efforts a success. In addition to administering vaccines, we’re helping people register for the vaccine and schedule vaccination appointments. We’re also reminding recipients to return for their second dose, as well as helping states with their required vaccination reporting.
Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Myles Spar, who is currently at the frontlines in New Jersey helping to vaccinate fellow healthcare workers, noted this impact of Vault’s efforts:
“We’ve seen firsthand how this work has been impactful: One nurse remarked that she was excited to be able to go back to work. She was previously hesitant given her role as a caretaker for her elderly mother. It felt great to be able to be a part of the solution in helping people get back to their job of helping others.”
It’s been a tough ride, and though there is still hard work ahead, we’re proud to do our part in helping Americans get back to work, life, and their families.