Healthcare solutions provider Aspen Medical and medical assistance provider Collinson have formed a joint venture as part of plans to expand both companies’ operations across the globe.
Through the new partnership, Aspen Medical will provide rapidly deployed, cost-effective and efficacious medical products to Collinson’s 24/7 regional assistance centers, providing what Aspen called ‘a consistent approach to quality client medical and operational protocols’ and allowing for ‘secure medical record management and access to management information oversight on a global level.’
As part of the agreement, Collinson’s worldwide assistance infrastructure, which includes a network of 1.2 million credentialled service providers, will work in tandem with Aspen Medical’s local expertise.
Services provided will include additional support from Collinson partner Crisis24
The full services of the joint venture will include:
- Site health risk assessment/ Medical Emergency Response Plans
- Global pre-deployment screening
- Global occupational health case management
- Onsite medical staffing and Infrastructure
- 24/7 telemedicine and topside support
- 24/7 medical assistance.
In addition, additional global medical support will be provided through Collinson’s partnership with risk management provider Crisis24.
Scott Sunderman, Managing Director, Medical and Security Assistance at Collinson said: “The pandemic has created even greater demand for high quality, truly global medical solutions to support mobile workforces wherever they are in the world. Today’s announcement with Aspen Medical brings together our extensive medical capabilities to deliver solutions that support our clients’ precise requirements.”
Bruce Armstrong, Group CEO, Aspen Medical added: “Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic both the private and public sectors have trusted both Aspen Medical and Collinson to provide the highest quality of care. As corporate travel recovers, these clients can continue to access our combined best-in-class global medical assistance service.”