Eagle Health, LLC, a subsidiary of Cape Fox Corporation: A Comprehensive and Tailorable...

Eagle Health, LLC, a subsidiary of Cape Fox Corporation: A Comprehensive and Tailorable Approach to Occupational Health Services

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Harold Mitchell, President and Chris Luchtefeld, Eagle Health, LLCHarold Mitchell, President and Chris Luchtefeld, Eagle Health, LLC
Eagle Health, LLC, founded in March 2007 as a subsidiary of Cape Fox Corporation, an Alaska Native Corporation, provides professional services to government and private sector clients. The company has successfully maintained steady growth over the last few years owing to its two prime focuses. First, the company takes a client-centric approach to ensure high levels of customer service. They do this by aligning back-office corporate services to support customer-facing providers and program managers. Secondly, Eagle Health emphasizes greatly on hiring a competent team, providing the right employee benefits, and ensuring continuous education for each recruit. This creates a win-win situation for their employees and clients. Harold Mitchell, the President of Eagle Health, LLC, informs, “With any process or procedure revision or any new hire, we ask ourselves whether this updated process or individual will help us serve our clients better, and equip our providers and program managers with the tools they need.”

Eagle Health principally delivers integrated medical services, bio-safety and bio-security program management, occupational medical and health services, and professional administrative services. Specifically, within its occupational health services, the company provides emergency medical care, occupational and non-occupational treatment, non-emergency services, health counselling, physical examinations, fitness for duty examinations, respirator certifications, maintenance of records, quality assurance plans, and hearing exams. The primary objective of these services is to help clients maintain a healthy and safe workforce. “Our individualized service approach affords our clients the opportunity to expand or scale back services according to their needs,” states Mitchell.

In order to ensure the optimum quality of these services, Eagle Health maintains dedicated medical recruiting staff. Unlike other firms that rely on staffing companies, they have collective capabilities, experience, and demonstrated performance to deliver qualified, competent, and fully-trained healthcare workers. Additionally, Eagle Health follows ANC-specific acquisition rules to drastically shorten the government contracting process and enable providers to initiate their work quickly. Through its sole source contracting capabilities, the company can transition from identified need to awarded contract and implementation of services in just 15-30 days. Eagle Health displayed this capability first-hand during their collaboration with the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Health Information Management Department.

During this operation, Eagle Health was able to mobilize its full suite of capabilities to set up, implement, and launch ‘Operation COVID’—an online COVID-19 screening tool and call center. It equipped NIH with necessary information and tools to build lasting community resilience, reduce the spread of the disease, and save lives. Operation COVID was composed of 24 telephonic call stations and a team of 21 volunteers who triaged calls and relied on Eagle Health’s registered nurses to determine who should be tested, provide information on how to get tested, and deliver recommendations for the next steps. This proactive strategy was grounded in Eagle Health’s values, which empowered them to make a visible difference.

Such has been the impact that Eagle Health created during the unforeseen challenges that COVID-19 has brought. Further, with the growing need for specialized wellness services, Eagle Health has witnessed significant customer interest in service providers that are able to provide flexible services in a time-efficient manner. “Customers want to customize their occupational health services. Some of them focus more on wellness and others only want to receive more traditional occupational health care services,” mentions Mitchell. To this end, Eagle Health’s goal is to continue to smartly expand its footprint across Federal agencies and the Department of Defense. The company is experiencing 15-20 percent growth each year and has maintained that in 2020. “We feel this is a sustainable level of growth that enables us to grow while maintaining our high customer satisfaction levels,” concludes Mitchell.

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Eagle Health, LLC

Company
Eagle Health, LLC

Headquarters
Manassas, VA

Management
Harold Mitchell, President and Chris Luchtefeld

Description
Eagle Health principally delivers integrated medical services, bio-safety and bio-security program management, occupational medical and health services, and professional administrative services. Specifically, within its occupational health services, the company provides emergency medical care, occupational and non-occupational treatment, non-emergency services, health counselling, physical examinations, fitness for duty examinations, respirator certifications, maintenance of records, quality assurance plans, and hearing exams. The primary objective of these services is to help clients maintain a healthy and safe workforce