Contact Trace: Expert Advice to Make Your Community Safer – Now

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The COVID-19 pandemic has put governments under extreme pressure to safely reopen their communities, but it’s not as easy as it seems.

Governments are challenged with hiring additional staff, finding solutions to track contact tracing work, managing a large, remote team’s caseload, as well as identifying accurate contact information for outreach. To aid prevention of another outbreak, governments and communities need to implement a contact tracing plan with a solution that is ready to deploy, scalable, and trusted.

Join us for an important webcast to hear from experts on the key elements that should be considered in choosing a contact trace solution for your community or organization.

You will learn:
  • What types of tools, data, and reports are needed to effectively assist your workforce in contacting the right people and managing their workload
  • How to determine your needs for implementation, training, and support to ensure your solutions will accomplish your goals
  • Three things agencies can do now to boost their contact trace activities 

Heather McDade
Senior Director Federal Government
Thomson Reuters
Douglas L. Hatch MD, MPH
Medical Epidemiologist
Amanda Huston
Senior Director, Fraud, Risk, & Compliance

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