FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 18, 2021

PRIVIT provides the New York Football Giants with its secure platform to digitize player intake information.

PRIVIT Pro’s industry leading technology will allow the New York Giants to seamlessly automate athlete health information. 

Columbus, OH – PRIVIT, the leader in athletic health information solutions, today announces it has signed an agreement with the New York Football Giants to digitally replicate their paper medical examination and privacy policy form intake process.  PRIVIT Pro will allow players to electronically complete, sign and submit their intake paperwork and forms along with any prior medical documentation.  Team officials and team medical personnel will now have a tool to automate medical exams and monitor medical conditions.

“We are honored to have the opportunity to support one of the foremost professional athletic organizations in the country,” said PRIVIT CEO Russ Goodwin. “The New York Giants’ selection of our solution speaks volumes about their commitment to increased efficiency for players, the Athletic Training Staff and Team physicians. Digitally guided data collection is proven to extract more complete information which will enhance player safety.” 

PRIVIT Pro is a cloud based paperless solution that encompasses the functionality of several established technologies to provide a customized platform – from registration and form submissions, to live signature capture for legal compliance with the power to integrate with existing health management solutions.   

Ronnie Barnes, the Giants Senior Vice President of Medical Services, said: “The New York Football Giants consider player health and safety to be our first concern, and we are pleased that Privit’s technology will make our medical processes more efficient and effective for players, the Giants Athletic Training Staff, and Giants Team Physicians.” 

About the New York Giants: The Giants are one of the storied and legendary NFL teams, approaching their 100th anniversary as a member of the NFL.  With four Super Bowl wins and multiple championships from the pre-Super Bowl era, the Giants are a leader in player health and safety, with many of its staff participating in league initiatives directed at these important goals.  https://www.giants.com/

About PRIVIT: PRIVIT is a health and safety technology company which pioneered comprehensive solutions for paperless management of student athlete health.  PRIVIT Profile is an athlete safety management software solution that allows schools, universities, and youth sports organizations to comply with mandatory rules and keep their sports participants safe using a user-friendly, app-based, cloud registration and storage environment.  Recently, PRIVIT Pass, a front-end data collection platform for registration for lab, diagnostic and serial testing, was launched to power and safeguard COVID testing records. https://privit.com/ 

Learn more at https://privit.com/privit-pro

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Evan Posocco
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702.757.5108

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 24, 2020

PRIVIT ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BCHL

Columbus, OH: PRIVIT, the leader in athletic health information solutions, today announces it has partnered with the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), one of the top junior hockey organizations in North America. BCHL member clubs will utilize PRIVIT’s medical information system to collect, process and manage player health information to ensure a responsible and successful 2020-21 season.

“As one of the premiere junior development hockey leagues in North America, we’re excited to collaborate and work closely with the BCHL on all of their player safety initiatives,” said PRIVIT CEO Russel Goodwin. “With the unique protocols put in place for this upcoming season, PRIVIT is helping provide all the necessary resources for BCHL teams to allow their players to safely return to sport. The implementation of PRIVIT across all 18 teams in the BCHL will now allow the league to standardize the way teams manage player & staff information. Existing BCHL player health and safety initiatives will be integrated and greatly enhanced via PRIVIT’s player safety management platform.”

Using PRIVIT, BCHL athletes will create a custom digital profile to complete all compliance paperwork and fill out necessary medical screening documents for their club’s athletic trainers.

“Player safety is a pillar of the BCHL and this partnership helps us further our goal of making our league as safe as possible for our players,” said BCHL Executive Director Steven Cocker. “This partnership allows us to have all our players’ medical information centralized in one place, which will help our teams’ medical staff track their data and easily transfer important information when a player is acquired by another team in the BCHL. PRIVIT is also an important part of the league’s COVID-19 return-to-play protocol, allowing the league and our teams to view daily screening information.”

PRIVIT’s solution provides transparency and ensures compliance, so that the safety concerns of athletes, parents and coaches are effectively addressed.

About the BCHL: Sending more players on to college hockey every season than any other hockey league in Canada, the BCHL has established itself as a national leader in the development of young student athletes. Considering today’s NHL features more NCAA alumni than ever before, Junior A hockey is fast rivaling Major Junior in Canada as a breeding ground for the sport’s most elite and successful players. Learn more about the BCHL

About PRIVIT: PRIVIT promotes responsible sports and helps organizations become compliant in athlete safety with a secure solution to collect, manage, and process protected health information. PRIVIT’s automated system streamlines the process for secure digital collection and storage of comprehensive athletic health information. Learn more about PRIVIT

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Focusing on improving the health and safety of student-athletes, the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) has announced the approval for its member high schools to use Privit Profile™ (formerly e-PPE) an electronic Pre-Participation Evaluation solution to replace the current paper-based pre-participation evaluation (PPE) process used for interscholastic sports.

“In conjunction with our Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, the MSHSAA Executive Board is excited to recommend Privit Profile™ as a viable solution for the collection and management of our student-athlete’s medical forms,” Harvey Richards, Associate Executive Director for the MSHSAA. “As we continue to evolve into a more digital world, we recommend that our member schools stay progressive and research the possibilities to transition to a digital health questionnaire in an effort to better streamline the management and collection of these forms.”

As the importance of pre-screening athletes continues to sweep the nation, more and more state high school athletic associations are adopting the use of digital tools to better manage student-athlete health information. In addition to the MSHSAA approving the use of Privit Profile™, several other state high school associations have followed suit, including: California Interscholastic Federation, Georgia High School Association, Ohio High School Athletic Association, Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association, the University Interscholastic League, and Utah High School Activities Association.

“With over 100,000 student-athletes in the state of Missouri, we are excited that MSHSAA has recommended Privit Profile™ to provide its member schools with a solution to collect, manage, and access student-athlete health information in a more efficient manner,” said Jeffrey Sopp, CEO of PRIVIT®. “To be able to provide state high school associations with a solution that helps improve the health and safety of student athletes is rewarding.”

Privit Profile™ provides a comprehensive health history questionnaire that helps improve the pre-screening process required for interscholastic sport participation. Migrating the paper PPE process to Privit Profile™ solution helps high schools better facilitate the process of collecting personal health history information from athletes and save time and costs associated with managing the paper process. In addition, it gives parents the flexibility to keep their child’s health information current, and since the information is only entered once, updating the information in the future is as simple as clicking a few buttons.

Privit Profile™ secure solution that includes a more comprehensive health history questionnaire that is easy to use and helps mitigate health risks related to sports. The reports generated by Privit Profile™ provide a detailed summary of an athlete’s health history and readily identifies health risk areas to support the physical exam. Taking the paper-based process and transitioning it online will provide athletic trainers and coaches critical health information of student-athletes right from the sidelines.

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About MSHSAA:
The Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) promotes the value of participation, sportsmanship, team play, and personal excellence to develop citizens who make positive contributions to their community and support the democratic principles of our state and nation.

About PRIVIT®:
PRIVIT® was established in 2009, and provides cloud-based patented technology for the collection, distribution, and analysis of personal health information. Considered a world-class leader in electronic pre-participation evaluations, Privit Products offer clients a more secure and standard method for acquiring and sharing the personal health information required for participation in organized sports and activities. With offices in Columbus, Ohio and London, Ontario, PRIVIT® fosters lasting relationships with physicians, athletic trainers, sports medicine organizations, and international sports teams. To learn more about PRIVIT® and its Products, visit www.privit.com.

Scott Anderson, MA, ATC, Director of Athletic Training
Stanford University