COVID-19 Update

We have received several inquiries regarding Typhoon Data’s status given the COVID-19 pandemic. We are therefore providing this update to our partners to put them at ease and to help them understand our current mode of operation.

Typhoon Data remains fully operational. All Typhoon Data employees were relocated to work from home when Utah Governor Herbert made the recommendation weeks ago. We were able to do this in a way that did not compromise our production, quality, or security. Our business continuity plan has always included work from home provisions and policies which have been followed with great success. Additionally, our employees have been provided technologies and tools to make their remote working environment collaborative and effective.

Thankfully, Utah has not yet been hit as hard as other areas of the country. Our hearts go out to those in New York and other areas where the spread of COVID-19 has been much more severe. We have had several partners inquire if we are able to take on additional work as they have had other avenues diminish in production capacity. We do have available bandwidth to assist in these circumstances and can be contacted to discuss any special needs.

Given the need to focus on COVID-19, we are seeing (and expect to see more) boards holding off on standard meetings and procedures to allow healthcare workers flexibility to adapt to the changing demands in healthcare. We are still seeing new records come to the system each day, however, we expect that overall numbers will be smaller than usual coming from healthcare boards.

Additionally, Typhoon Data has released special temporary products and pricing to assist Healthcare organizations in qualifying providers quickly during the demand COVID-19 has created. All customer, product, and strategic plans are continuing forward. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions through your normal sales or customer service contacts.


Best Regards,
Typhoon Data Team

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