Employee Screening and Vaccine Management for Long-Term Care
Are paper-based employee symptom screenings, case management, and vaccine tracking spreadsheets driving you crazy? Make your life easier by automating these processes.
Our digital solution puts Administrators in the driver’s seat with a full view of the changing health status across the organization and the tools to manage isolation and quarantine cases from one centralized portal.
Learn how Redstone Presbyterian SeniorCare uses ReturnSafe to automate their COVID-19 protective measures.
Our Mission is to protect the most vulnerable from infectious disease.
To assist you in protecting your community, ReturnSafe is providing a significant discount for our service to facilities like yours.
By providing safety in the daily lives of your community, we can help you relieve stress and anxiety, improve morale, and strengthen coping skills during COVID-19.
ReturnSafe automates your existing manual processes.
As you manage, track, respond, prevent, and mitigate COVID outbreaks in your nursing home or assisted living facilities are you:
- Using time consuming paper-based screening that results in long lines at shift change?
- Dealing with error-prone manual processes?
- Finding it hard to implement the ever-challenging CDC, state and local guidelines?
A comprehensive approach to managing safety.
Symptom screening alone won’t provide protection.
We integrate daily health screening, test data management, digital contact tracing and case management workflow to allow long-term care organizations to effectively implement your specific policies and contain potential outbreaks.
Only our platform contains all four key areas required for safer operation.
Daily symptom screening
Daily Screening Reminders
Allow your staff, vendors and visitors to conduct their daily health screening at home, prior to coming to your facility – and prior to making their commute. Friendly reminders alert them to complete the survey and receive their clearance to come to the facility – or not. The check-in takes just a few seconds everyday – everyone in the community can participate in preventing an outbreak.
Configure Screening Policies
To help you contend with the changing federal, state and local safety guidelines, the screener questions and recommendations are customizable by location.
If cleared, users receive a “boarding pass” to come to the facility.
Easily identify who has checked-in and been cleared to enter Ensures only healthy people come to the facility.
COVID-19 Test Data Management & Contact Tracing
ReturnSafe helps you manage and track the results of COVID-19 testing. The app enables community members to enter test status. If someone notifies you they have tested, our app automatically triggers an alert. We auto-populate a dashboard of exposed students, faculty and staff to discover who is at risk of exposure from an infected person.
The at-risk people in the community can be quickly informed to quarantine and get tested. We capture this data using our smartphone app and optionally a Bluetooth lanyard or wristband to track who is coming into contact with whom throughout the semester.
BioSecurity Admin Portal
Gain visibility and control respond quickly to an outbreak.
Track check-in compliance
Monitor which community members are coming to work vs. self isolating. See who is completing the daily checkin and who is not so they can remind them it is required. The data can be segmented by location or department to make it easier to manage.
Contact Tracing Dashboard
Quickly respond to exposures
When someone tests positive for COVID-19, your response team can manage the contact tracing process through BioSecurity Portal. Exposed individuals can easily be identified so they can isolate and seek medical advice. This not only prevents outbreaks, but gives staff, residents, visitors and vendors the peace of mind knowing they are at a safe facility.
CARES ACT May Pay for your COVID-19 Protective Measures
Did you know that the CARES act is paying for a large percentage of COVID protective measures?
While it appears that the funds will be directed primarily to hospitals, the term “eligible health care providers” applies to skilled nursing facilities, home health care agencies, hospices, and any others that “provide diagnoses, testing, or care for individuals with possible or actual cases of COVID-19.”