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I have created and scaled a successful mobile COVID-19 testing operation, but I feel like there’s low-hanging fruit / opportunities we’re leaving on the table to get more people tested. What are some applications for this that I may be missing?

We are an ops + medical team that wants to see as many people tested as possible. In a pretty short time we've built some very solid technology and lab relationships that let us conduct large numbers of COVID-19 tests, identify the best lab for a fast turnaround, and get results in 2-3 days every time (even when hospitals are waiting 7 days).

Restaurants, police departments, real estate firms, etc. hire us to build a temporary testing suite in their offices. Our teams can each test up to 1,000 patients/day. Usually, we bill patient insurance, and uninsured patients have their tests covered by their employer. All results are delivered to the patient and the employer.

Our typical sale is to businesses who rely heavily on having people present and want to minimize the chances of an outbreak. They hire us to come and test their asymptomatic workforce, sometimes as often as every 1-2 weeks for each employee. This is important because many of these are front-line workers and at high risk of coming into contact with COVID-19, and we very regularly identify these people who are infected but have not yet started to exhibit symptoms.

Workplace testing is great, but I suspect there's a lot we're missing because we are so caught up in that world. What we're trying to figure out is what other use cases we may not be thinking of where a rapidly deployable testing capability could be valuable. Workplace testing volume ebbs and flows and we want our teams out there testing as many people possible even if it's not employer contracts.

What are some things we could do with this?

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Will founding a startup hurt or help future job opportunities?

I'm a software engineer with about 1 year of experience, and I have a startup I am considering founding with someone else. Right now I work for a small company, and work on the startup as a side project. If the startup gets enough traction I plan on working on it full time, because I think it has a lot of potential and I care about the idea a lot. If it falls, I figure that it will be a great learning experience any way. Would founding a start up be a positive or a negative on my resume if I do have to go back to a "normal" job?

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