COVID PreCheck in the News
COVID PreCheck on CBS17
New app can communicate to others about your COVID-19 status after self test
Employers will have to up their tech game. To have employees return to work safely, employers will have to invest in digital tools that help keep the workplace COVID free. For example, employers will screen employees to determine whether employees have been vaccinated or tested for COVID-19. A digital health passport can accelerate their journey towards digital transformation.
Employers are legally required to keep their staff safe from all known health and safety risks in the workplace, and that includes exposure to COVID-19 by their colleagues. How will employers verify who has been vaccinated and who has been tested for COVID-19?
From buying food to organizing meetings, coronavirus has completely changed how we live and work. The worst part about the pandemic is that no one was prepared for it. As restrictions increase and cases rise, companies have had to adapt on-the-fly to what is now an oscillating work environment.
Meat processing plants remain hot spots for coronavirus as some opt to reopen
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The greatest challenge facing HR departments is the unknown. Every business has had to adapt to a work environment that is constantly changing and being threatened by coronavirus…
The problem is that to be effective, contact tracing apps need to be nearly ubiquitous. Some estimate that for contact-tracing apps to stop the spread of COVID-19, adoption would need to be at least 60% of the population. If only a small proportion of people a user comes in contact with are using the app, the app is worthless or could even be harmful because the app’s indications will be highly inaccurate and could even instill a false sense of security.
Unbelievable! We are still talking about resorting to fax machines and paper records for health data interoperability. I should be able to retrieve my COVID-19 Immunization Record with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Application Programming Interface (APIs) and using an app of my choice such as COVID PreCheck and Health Wizz.
Vaccination record card? Really? Isn't that like driving a horse buggy on an eight-lane highway? In today's digital era, why not make immunization record part of a digital health passport such as COVID PreCheck.