On June 30, Capstone Clinic had initially closed its COVID testing facilities across the state.
“As a result of the ending of federal and state reimbursements, we were forced to shut down our testing sites by June 30th,” said Matt Jones, Director of Non-Clinical Operations and manager of the comprehensive statewide COVID testing program and clinics.
In a strange twist, however, public demand has started picking up as travel has picked up and a possible uptick in cases expected in the fall as students return to school.
“The public, providers, and owners were all calling, suggesting there was still a need for testing,” said Jones.
The challenge then put in front of
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