Riskonnect launches COVID-19 vaccine tracker

Riskonnect has announced the release of its Riskonnect Immunisation Tracker. The new application helps organisations track employee, visitor and vendor immunisation status, monitor COVID-19 test results and manage compliance obligations.

With new tool, vaccine documentation can be uploaded to the system from any device. Built-in reminders automatically alert employees of when it is time to upload validation of their second shot or boosters. Employees can also digitally submit their COVID-19 test results. The application can integrate with third-party testing providers and automatically update employee test results.

The app also features configurable dashboards, legally authenticated eSignatures and multi-layer security to maintain HIPPA and SOC2 compliance.

“As vaccine and testing mandates pick up steam by the Biden administration, organisations need a quick and easy way to show proof of immunisation status and test results and ensure compliance with the evolving requirements,” said Jim Wetekamp, CEO of Riskonnect. “We’ve designed this new application to help customers through the complexity of vaccine verification, alleviate administrative burdens and avoid legal risks and penalties.”

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