Origami Risk unveils new COVID tracking and monitoring tools

Origami Risk has developed a series of new online solutions for healthcare providers, nursing homes and employers in all sectors to track employee COVID-19 vaccinations as well as to monitor and facilitate reporting of workplace outbreaks.

The new online tools enable employers in all sectors to track vaccination status of their entire workforce and to monitor designated outbreaks at their facilities in all parts of the world for required reporting.

“As the US government and those of other countries around the world roll-out new COVID-19 vaccines to help stem the global pandemic, employers in healthcare and all sectors need reliable tools to track employee inoculations, from initial dosage through timely administration of the required boosters,” said Earne Bentley (pictured), president, risk solutions at Origami Risk. “We’ve worked closely with several clients to fast-track the vaccination tracking tool so it can implemented by employers on a global scale as soon as the first available vaccines are widely distributed.”

A separate pandemic outbreak monitoring and reporting tool enables employers to identify and track infection outbreaks at any single location so they can conduct mandated internal and external reporting on a timely basis, as well as initiate quarantining and exposure tracking measures to thwart further spread of infection.

Both tools meet US and international security standards, and can be readily integrated into an employer’s existing human resource management system or operated and maintained on a stand-alone basis.

The vaccine tracking and infection outbreak monitoring tools do not require the use or purchase of Origami Risk’s main platform.

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