Syra Health, a healthcare know-how firm that gives instruments to research inhabitants well being, introduced it secured a 3rd contract in Virginia to assist workers Fairfax County’s healthcare workforce.
The Indiana-based firm provides workforce administration, together with recruitment, analysis, a expertise processing heart, apprenticeships, communication instruments, efficiency analytics, compliance monitoring, coaching, certifications and profession teaching.
By means of Syra’s contract with Fairfax County, the corporate will workers licensed nurses to supply 24-hour nursing care and assist the county fill different non permanent healthcare positions.
The settlement will expire June 30, 2028, however could also be renewed for an extra two years.
The Fairfax County contract marks the third settlement the corporate has made inside the State of Virginia. In September, the corporate signed on with the Commonwealth of Virginia Division of Corrections to provide non permanent medical workers. Earlier than that, it partnered with the state’s Division of Basic Providers to offer healthcare workers state-wide.
“Our dedication to enhancing healthcare extends past conventional fashions. By offering top-tier scientific staffing, we intention to contribute to the County of Fairfax’s dedication to delivering high quality healthcare companies to its neighborhood,” Sandeep Allam, government chairman and president of Syra Well being, mentioned in a press release.
THE LARGER TREND
Syra Well being additionally companions with public well being departments to research inhabitants well being.
In November, Syra Well being introduced it signed a five-year, $275,000 contract to look at the Metropolis of San Antonio’s implementation of its Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Group Well being (REACH) venture.
San Antonio employed Syra to increase HHS’ Wholesome Neighborhoods program and scale back racial and ethnic well being disparities, together with power illness for particular populations with a excessive illness burden in rural, city and tribal communities.
In January, the Indiana-based firm introduced it signed a one-year, $480,000 contract to evaluate how present dangers to public well being in its residence state affect public well being infrastructure and behavioral well being.