Prevent the spread of COVID-19 and guide those at risk of infection.
Contact tracing is an essential part of a comprehensive and integrated public health and human services response. Paired with testing and isolation efforts, contact tracing will help minimize the virus’s resurgence, reduce mortality rates, relieve overloaded health systems, safely reopen schools and businesses, facilitate economic recovery, and restore vibrant community connections.
Our team of experts leveraged their international epidemiological experience with H1N1 contact tracing efforts developing a full-systems vision of the surveillance, reporting, and data flow processes to create COVID-19 contact tracing and case investigation solutions for our public health clients.
What makes a contact-tracing program effective?
Contact tracing is an essential part of a comprehensive public health and human services response to the pandemic. To be effective, contact-tracing programs must respond to the unique circumstances of state and local jurisdictions, integrating behavioral science approaches, cutting-edge technology, innovative data collection and analytics, and stringent information security practices.Learn More
EVIDENCE & INSIGHTS
Insights for Building a Community-Based Contact Tracing Workforce
States, counties, and others who hire and train COVID-19 contact tracers can use a new interactive dashboard to compare the backgrounds of local contact tracers and the communities they serve.Learn more
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Guide recovery and build resilience.
Our data science, education, and public health experts guide your path to recovery with objective research, data modeling tools, contact tracing, and dashboards. Learn more about our services.
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