Health Screening and Tracking Application
Collect and track COVID self-assessment surveys
Every organization is under pressure to create a safe environment for people to return in the wake of COVID. One of the most critical components of a COVID re-entry plan is an effective solution for health screening and tracking. Knowing who has experienced symptoms and understanding those trends over time is key to reducing the chances of a widespread outbreak.
COVID Health Screening and Tracking Application
Know immediately if anyone has experienced symptoms
Report on who has had symptoms and identify departments/groups who may be at risk
Ensure anyone with symptoms does not enter the facility
Understand how many people report symptoms, and how those trends change over time
How it works
Using a QR code, URL or shortcut, users access the application to capture their assessment before entering your facility.
The application initiates a self-assessment survey for anyone entering the office to confirm that they have experienced no COVID symptoms.
The survey asks, ‘have you had any of these symptoms in the past 24 hours that are new or not usual for you?’ And then shows a list of symptoms: fever, cough, hard time breathing, sore throat, body aches.
If a user responds ‘no’ they have no symptoms- a green check mark appears which is used as verification for entering the school.
If a user responds ‘yes’ they have experienced symptoms- a message appears instructing them not to report and the appropriate people to notify.
Tracking & Reporting
In addition to screening employees and guests for COVID symptoms, the application tracks and reports on:
- Anyone that is not confirming symptoms
- Trends of symptoms that may impact re-entry plans
- Those who may have been exposed
- Deployment of application to Azure Cloud
- Active Directory integration to identify and authorize users
- Customized branding
- Feature enhancements and modifications
- Terms and disclaimers language
- Guest and visitor assessments
- Reporting and tracking
- Documentation and training
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Knowing who has experienced symptoms and understanding those trends over time is key to reducing the chances of a widespread outbreak.
Stop someone who isn't feeling well from coming to work and infecting others.