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Catapult Health Launches Return-to-Work Programs to Address COVID-19 Concerns

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New Return-to-Work Offerings Help Employers Reduce Risk While Welcoming Employees Back, Bringing Confidence to Worksites

Catapult Health, a leading provider of onsite and virtual preventive healthcare, today announced it has launched new programs to help employers ease uncertainty while welcoming back employees amid COVID-19 concerns. These offerings are designed to fit the needs of employers as they transition back to work, incorporating virtual Nurse Practitioners who screen for COVID-19 symptoms, to enable workers to return to their jobs carefully and with confidence. Read More

Catapult Health Partners with Evive to Guide Thousands of Patients to COVID-19 Testing Sites

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To connect as many people as possible with nearby COVID-19 testing sites, the enterprise communications platform, Evive, is banding together with Catapult Health to introduce thousands of patients to Evive.Care’s national database of test centers.

Evive, the leader in enterprise communications and benefits engagement, today announced its partnership with Catapult Health, a national preventive healthcare practice. Catapult’s group of approximately 100 nurse practitioners are using the Evive.Care website to direct those with COVID-19 symptoms to COVID-19 testing centers.

Since its launch on March 19, 2020, Evive.Care has helped 20,000+ people find COVID-19 (Coronavirus) testing sites near them. It provides a search tool for people to enter in their state and county, and with just one click, displays a list of nearby COVID-19 testing centers. Each result has key details listed, including address, phone number, location type, cost, and instructions to make an appointment.

“As we work diligently to help patients impacted by this pandemic, testing for the virus is critically important,” said David Michel, CEO of Catapult Health. “Accessing testing can be challenging as stocked locations change. Our partnership with Evive is helping our care teams, including our nurse practitioners, make sure they have the latest information about test sites where patients who are exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms can be sent.”

There are approximately 900+ testing centers identified on Evive.Care across 51 states and territories (all 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C.). These numbers are constantly evolving as Evive’s clinical team researches credible government sources. Evive is also encouraging people who visit the website to submit other centers that may not yet be listed.

“Time is of the essence. As the virus spreads rapidly, the need to get resources like Evive.Care to symptomatic people looking for COVID-19 testing sites becomes more critical,” said Prashant Srivastava, CEO of Evive. “Working with Catapult Health enhances our mission of empowering more people with the right information when they need it. We’re delighted to enable Catapult’s clinical team with our data on testing sites to help patients who are experiencing symptoms.”

Catapult Health’s remote clinics help 175,000+ patients each year by going directly to their clients’ workplaces. With so many worksites closed during the Coronavirus pandemic, Catapult’s team is now providing help through a COVID-19 hotline. They’re actively making courtesy calls to patients who have previously shown signs of clinical depression or suicidal ideation, and are offering support.

About Catapult Health
Catapult Health incorporates clinical results to drive health savings, conducting preventive care checkups at the workplace through onsite and telehealth resources. Patients receive their blood chemistry, depression screening and other test results in real time, in consultation with a board-certified Nurse Practitioner. For more information, please visit us on Facebook, LinkedIn or at

About Evive
Evive changes how people use benefits. Powered by big data and little nudges, Evive seamlessly integrates benefits into the lives of more than 4 million people every day. The company’s EviveOS™ platform provides data-driven experiences that guide people to better health, wealth, and work/life success, while helping Fortune 500 enterprises optimize their investments in people. Learn more by visiting, and by following us on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook.

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Cathryn Sloane
Sr. Content Marketing Manager, Evive

Lee Dukes
VP of Clinical Outcomes, Catapult Health


Catapult Health Achieves HITRUST CSF® Certification To Further Mitigate Risk In Third-Party Privacy, Security, And Compliance

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HITRUST CSF Certification validates Catapult Health is committed to meeting key regulations and protecting sensitive information

Catapult Health, a leading provider of onsite preventive healthcare, today announced that the following Catapult systems, locations and supporting infrastructure have earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST: MedConnect, the Patient Portal, TechConnect, Remote Video Consult, Patient Appointment Scheduler hosted by AWS and the supporting infrastructure at the Dallas, Texas and San Antonio, Texas.

HITRUST CSF Certified status demonstrates that the Catapult Health systems listed above have met key regulations and industry-defined requirements and are appropriately managing risk. This achievement places Catapult Health in an elite group of organizations worldwide that have earned this certification. By including federal and state regulations, standards, and frameworks, and incorporating a risk-based approach, the HITRUST CSF helps organizations address these challenges through a comprehensive and flexible framework of prescriptive and scalable security controls. Read More

Catapult Health Names Art Dickerson as Chief Revenue Officer

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Company also adds six national sales executives to address rising demand

Catapult Health, the leading national provider of onsite preventive health checkups, welcomes Art Dickerson as Chief Revenue Officer. Mr. Dickerson’s responsibilities include growing and leading the sales team, expanding Catapult’s consulting firm relationships, and multiplying the Company’s impressive client roster of large national employers.

“Art has an ideal combination of relationships, skills and abilities to lead our revenue generating team,” said David Michel, President and CEO. “He is a seasoned business development executive with decades of experience.  Art understands what motivates customers and influencers critical to Catapult’s success.” Read More

Aging and Chronic Disease – The American Tsunami of Bad Health

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Catapult study highlights the correlation between age and chronic disease Catapult Health (PRNewsfoto/Catapult Health)

Almost half (48%) of Catapult patients report a previous diagnosis of at least one chronic disease. When obesity is included, that number rises to 66%.

“The ‘healthiest’ age group includes those under 40 years of age,” said Lee Dukes, Catapult’s Vice President of Clinical Outcomes. “But they are not quite as healthy as they seem. A fourth of them already have at least one diagnosed chronic health disease, and another quarter are obese. Read More

Millennial workers most likely to contemplate suicide

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In the midst of a stressful work environment, Millennials are said to have the highest tendency of considering suicide out of all employee age groups.

In fact, this demographic of young workers is reportedly five times more likely to contemplate suicide than workers from the Baby Boomer generation, according to a new study from US healthcare provider Catapult Health. Read More

Study explores which generation of workers is most likely to consider suicide

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Dallas — Millennial workers are more likely to contemplate suicide than any other age group – including up to five times more so than baby boomers – results of a recent analysis indicate.

Researchers at Catapult Health, a national preventive health care provider, looked at more than 157,000 patient records, including data from checkups conducted by the company at workplaces across 44 states.

They found that, of the patients younger than 30, 2.3 per 1,000 reported not only considering suicide, but also having a plan to carry it out. For workers 60 and older, that rate was 0.4 per 1,000 and, across all age groups, the average was 0.86.

“The numbers may seem small,” Catapult CEO David Michel said in a May 1 press release, “but if your company has 5,000 employees, that means that at any given moment four of them are probably seriously considering suicide, and the number is higher if you employ more younger workers.” Read More