Disrupting Healthcare: Moving Under-Served & Under-Resourced Communities To The Front Of The Line

Listen up, folks! We need to have a serious conversation about the state of healthcare in under-served and under-resourced communities. It's time to stop making excuses and start taking action. We need to go the last mile to move people from the back of the line and provide quality healthcare services to everyone, regardless of their background or circumstances.

Columbus-Based OFFOR Health Appoints Seasoned Healthcare Exec as New CEO

Healthcare Innovation Expert Shawn Nason to lead next phase of growth and partnerships. Nason, who replaces CEO Saket Agrawal, brings more than 25 years of experience in executive management, customer service and healthcare innovation to his role as CEO, including direct experience improving healthcare access and outcomes in rural communities.

How Covid-19 has changed the role of hospitals

Looking at how hospitals changed during Covid-19 is a starting point for a lot of larger questions in the healthcare industry. Covid-19 changed healthcare in too many ways to count. It drastically accelerated the adoption of remote health by over a decade, and along similar lines, is allowing us to rethink what aspects of healthcare we want to keep, shake up, or introduce in a post-Covid world. However things end up in this multi-faceted industry we are in, one thing I believe will undoubtedly change is how patients view and engage with hospitals.

Ohio Vaccination Program Reaching Homebound Residents

As the latest wave of COVID-19 continues infecting more Central Ohioans, vaccinations are coming into another front, people’s homes. OFFOR Health, a Columbus-based company that provides clinical services for medical and dental companies, is partnering with the state of Ohio to bring vaccines to home-bound people who can’t travel to clinics to get immunized. Their first in-home shots will be distributed Monday.

A Twist On The Office Surplus: OFFOR Health

Depending upon where we live, we may take for granted the relatively easy access to the resources and facilities that we need for the medical treatment we require. Not everyone is so lucky, however, nor is every town equipped for medical or dental procedures beyond the routine.