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COVID-19 Symptom Tracking Vendors

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As you look to resume regular business activities and restore a sense of normalcy within your employee population, there are a few precautionary measures you can take to keep your employees and their families safe. An easy and non-invasive approach is to monitor your employees’ symptoms to ensure effective and safe work environments and curb the infection rates of COVID-19. Please review the resources as well as the information below to learn more about three vendors who can support your symptom tracking efforts.

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1. The Johns Hopkins Reset Toolkit helps reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection among your employee population by focusing on health security factors as they come back to work. The toolkit combines the power of Johns Hopkins public health expertise with population health analytics, a mobile remote monitoring app and dashboards. At home symptom monitoring requires employees to check in daily, get approved for work or directed to appropriate health care resources. To learn more, email Stuart Sutley.

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2. Wellworks For You, is offering COVID-19 Home Monitoring which is a standalone, secure web application system which allows for real-time analysis and escalation of personal health data. Quickly enroll thousands of employees, monitor for key COVID-19 symptoms, review dashboards and symptom reports, and assess and track patient status. To learn more, email Dan Atkinson.

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3. HealthCheck360 offers a COVID-19 Daily Symptom Tracker that guides your employees in assessing their physical health before going to work each day. After enrolling and answering a few questions, employees are given a ‘green light’ or ‘red light’ to show if they can proceed to work or need to stay home. The tracker integrates with care management to provide follow up to those who are symptomatic. To learn more, email Karen Amundson.

 

We are here to help! Please email Liz Entin, SIG’s Director of Health Strategies & Solutions, if you have any questions about symptom tracking or would like to learn more details.