Syra Health secures third contract in Virginia to develop healthcare workforce

Syra Health lands third contract in Virginia to support Fairfax County’s healthcare workforce.

Syra Health, a healthcare technology company from Indiana, has just landed its third contract in Virginia to support Fairfax County’s healthcare workforce. The company provides a range of workforce management services, including recruitment, evaluation, talent processing, apprenticeships, communication tools, performance analytics, compliance monitoring, training, certifications and career coaching.

Under this contract with Fairfax County, Syra Health will be providing licensed nurses to offer 24/7 nursing care and assist the County in filling other temporary healthcare positions. The agreement is set to expire on June 30, 2028 with the possibility of renewal for an additional two years.

This is the third contract that Syra Health has secured within the State of Virginia. Prior to this, the company signed agreements with the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Corrections and the Department of General Services to supply temporary medical staff. Syra Health is committed to revolutionizing healthcare beyond traditional models and aims to contribute to Fairfax County’s dedication to delivering quality healthcare services.

In addition to its workforce management services, Syra Health also partners with public health departments to analyze population health. Recently, the company signed a contract with the City of San Antonio to examine their implementation of the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) project – a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services initiative. Additionally, a contract was signed with Indiana to assess existing risks to public health infrastructure and behavioral health.

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