As the state with the second most number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country, New Jersey is finally seeing its numbers decline. The implications for the home care industry have been substantial and will continue to unfold as the state begins to reopen in the near future.
Agencies must prepare now for an environment where physical distancing and infectious disease control remain a very real daily concern. In an exclusive webinar curated for members of the Home Care and Hospice Association of New Jersey, AlayaCare has partnered with BlackTree Consulting to bring clarity and guidance to planning scenarios for COVID-19, including best practices for contract tracing, risk assessment, emergency preparedness and more.
AlayaCare experts will also be on hand to discuss how technology can support this guidance from a technology perspective, reviewing how solutions can support contact and risk tracking, data capture, reporting and information sharing.
After this webinar, participants will be better able to:
Implement best practices for contact tracing, risk assessment and more
Understand how technology supports these workflow and reporting needs
Manage sustained communication amongst key stakeholders
Identify methods to identify staff or patients who are at risk for infection
Understand practices to mitigate the spread of infection