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Nevvon wins a fully endorsed contract with Washington State Department of Social andHealth Services

Nevvon, a mobile health-education company meets Washington State Department of Social and Health
Services’ stringent regulatory requirements to provide education to caregivers.
SEATTLE – May 16, 2019 – Nevvon LLC., a leading mobile health education services provider,
announced today that as of May 1, 2019, it has been fully endorsed by the Washington State Department of
Social and Health Services to provide compliant continuing education credits to home care aides who work
in the State of Washington. The contract is a pillar in a series of expanding States in which Nevvon has
strategically met each States respective stringent regulatory requirements.
Under the contract, Nevvon will provide compliant, instructional designed mobile education to Washington
State’s home care aides while expanding its library of education. Additionally, the company will enhance its
integration partnerships with vertically aligned industry leaders and Associations who are relentless in their
advocacy for the home care industry. Nevvon will continue to bring a mix of education and platform
knowledge, technology and innovation to solve the critical shortage of educated home care aides in the
industry.
Nevvon’s work directly influences improvements to caregiver educational design, technology, compliance,
quality, safety and training, and plays a critical role in the homecare industry’s sustainment and readiness
efforts for the aging population who wish to age in place, within the community.
“This win is a true testament of our credibility and success supporting formal caregivers and the agency’s
who employ them,” said James Cohen, Co-founder and CEO, Nevvon. “We are honored to have worked
directly with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services to be granted a fully endorsed
contract in educating home care aides in the State of Washington. The upstream effect of progressive and
relevant education combined with forward thinking and simple to use technology is better caregiver
retention, improved health outcomes and enhanced unit economics.”