AlphaMED Workplace Wellness is a mobile wellness app built to help reopen business quickly and safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. The public health app is the first written by physicians on the front line of COVID care in New York City.
The app adapts to changing Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and state guidelines. It also incorporates experience from front-line physicians diagnosing and treating COVID patients. The app allows organizations to certify staff daily to safely return to the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We’ve done the hard work so employers now have a simple solution that meets reopening guidelines and ensures a safe workplace."
- Warren J. Wexelman, M.D.
Cardiologist/Internist at NYU Langone Medical Center
and Author of the AlphaMed COVIDCARE
AlphaMED Workplace Wellness enables budget-conscious organizations to immediately implement a COVID-19 screening process to meet local reopening guidelines. This app aids large HR departments, local and state governments, small businesses, schools, restaurants, retail outlets and churches that cannot build screening centers or cannot staff temperature checks but still need to find ways to safely reopen.
The app tracks and manages when employees can return to work safely after Covid-like symptoms or a positive Covid test. The app helps reduce the chances of COVID-19 cases coming into the workplace.
Use smartphones, tablets or a PC to quickly meet reopening guidelines and ensure a safe workplace while encouraging physical distancing. Allow employees to answer simple questions on a web app at home and self-certify that they're healthy to attend work or school.
By leveraging personal devices, the app enhances safety by identifying high risk community members BEFORE they get to a physical screening center or the workplace, facility or religious institution. Organizations can reopen safely and ensure a safe environment each day, without having to incur the expense or time to establish new systems.
Need a solution for getting students back to school? Learn about the AlphaMED COVIDCARE Back to School App.
Workers log in to the AlphaMED Workplace wellness app on their personal device each morning, answer questions about their current health and risk factors for COVID-19, then receive instant notification if they’re cleared to come into the workplace, school or religious institution.**
If certification fails, the app suggests next steps, such as participating remotely, getting tested or contacting a medical professional. The intuitive, easy to use questionnaire takes less than a minute to complete.
Organizations can analyze the health data and administer notifications directly. Powerful reporting lets employers see how long employees have been and when they safely return to the office, based on CDC guidelines.
AlphaMED Workplace Wellness is deployed on a cloud/mobile platform that is immediately ready to use and requires minimal setup and configuration. While the mobile app employs a standardized questionnaire based on CDC guidelines, specific questions/fields can be added very easily to the application implementation.
Additional workplace reopening solutions are available for scheduling staff and meeting, cafe and conference areas. Contact us for more health and safety apps to help with COVID-19 response and planning.
Email us or call 781-463-5054 for more information.
** Important note: AlphaMED COVIDCARE does not provide medical advice but is intended for information purposes only. It is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is not engaging in the practice of medicine, nor is it in any way meant to eliminate your doctor or other healthcare providers.
Do not ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of the questions or results of the AlphaMED COVIDCARE App. No matter what the results of the App show, if you do not feel well, call your doctor or other health care provider immediately. If you think that you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911.
Always follow social distancing guidelines put forth by the health care community and governmental authorities. Decisions about entering any facility or engaging in any activity rests with the institutions, individuals, guardians and parents and are made solely at their own risk and should always be made with the guidance of their respective medical providers.
Additional Resource for School Administrators:
The COVID-19 Guidance for Business and Employers from the CDC answers questions such as:
How to maintain healthy business operations and a healthy work environment?