In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Asembia is actively responding to rapidly evolving circumstances and taking all necessary precautions to protect the health and safety of our associates and the broader community. As a healthcare company, we know we have a critical role in supporting our members and clients to ensure patients continue to receive the best possible care, especially in the face of this global crisis.
We will continue to share operational updates as they are available.
We are here to help. Together, we will get through this.
March 18, 2020
Statement from Asembia CEO, Lawrence Irene, RPh
Deployment of remote / work at home capabilities
The activation of ongoing connectivity systems among all team members
The monitoring of all ongoing operations for our clients and programs
Standing up an incident response team that meets regularly to address evolving issues and take steps necessary to resolve as soon as possible
Providing our employees with the most current and reliable information along with best practices from industry experts to prevent the spread of illness
May 18, 2020
On April 16, 2020, the White House issued federal guidelines to reopen the U.S. economy through a three-phase approach. The State and local governments in which Asembia operates are also beginning to create their own frameworks to gradually lift stay-at-home orders, with important differences in each locality. As these guidelines are released, we are continually reviewing our ongoing and future actions to create a safe environment for all Asembia employees, customers and visitors.
When stay-at-home orders were issued, Asembia established a special Incident Response Team/Task Force to address the Coronavirus. This Team is comprised of individuals from our legal, compliance, human resources, administration, operations, marketing, and IT departments and has been meeting several times a week. At this time, Asembia has not determined a date by which our corporate offices or Patient Support Centers will re-enter. Our plan will contain several phases and will align with the public health guidance as issued by the CDC, regulations of the states and local governments in which we operate, and will also align with our landlords and facility maintenance teams to minimize exposure and cross-contamination. Asembia’s re-entry plans and policies will be announced and communicated to all employees, customers, and visitors upon issuance and will be modified and updated as additional guidance is provided.