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The “Magic” of Veoci
The “Magic” of Veoci

As the IT market is replete with contenders, it’s important for companies to stand out from the crowd - getting named by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant is a big boost.

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Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System
Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System

Hartford HealthCare System uses Veoci to digitize Emergency Operations Plans (EOP), and make sure they meet Joint Commission, CMS, and OSHA standards.

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The Safety Management System (SMS) of Tomorrow
The Safety Management System (SMS) of Tomorrow

The safety management system is built on hazard reporting and risk assessment. But what will tomorrow's safety management sytem look like?

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Reopening Part 1: Return to the Office
Reopening Part 1: Return to the Office

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to completely reconsider and restructure our work lives. Eventually, however, we will return to a form of normalcy. For organizations, this means planning the return to work, and ensuring it goes properly. And because this will most likely happen before the pandemic is truly over, organizations will need to put strict measures in place to contain the spread of the virus.

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What Does COVID-19 Mean for Airports?
What Does COVID-19 Mean for Airports?

The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every part of our society. The economy, and the markets and businesses within it, have been forced to change—or radically transform—to stay afloat during this time.

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Approaching Recovery:  Getting Ahead of FEMA Reimbursements
Approaching Recovery: Getting Ahead of FEMA Reimbursements

One of the biggest pieces of a recovery, for eligible organizations, is securing reimbursements from FEMA. These submissions require supporting documentation, which isn’t always captured during the response phase. Since FEMA has expanded its Public Assistance Program to include COVID-19 response related expenses, it’s a good time to explore how organizations start streamlining their recovery now without interrupting their response.

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Digitally Managing the Return to Campus
Digitally Managing the Return to Campus

Colleges and universities may face the most complex reopening challenges of any industry. These organizations must not only plan for their employees and students to return, but to reopen and continue operating numerous and diverse facilities, like labs, as well. On May 21st, 2020, the Veoci team invited four emergency managers from higher education to participate in a webinar and discuss their experiences responding to the pandemic, and how they’re approaching reopening with their organization. 

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Preparing for the Second Wave of COVID-19
Preparing for the Second Wave of COVID-19

As our communities, led by emergency managers, first responders, and healthcare workers, continue to battle COVID-19, we also have to think towards the future. Many experts are saying that we will likely have a second wave of COVID-19.

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Accelerating COVID-19 Contact Tracing Efforts Webinar
Accelerating COVID-19 Contact Tracing Efforts Webinar

As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, the importance of contact tracing becomes even more undeniable. Veoci hosted a webinar alongside the City of New Haven Public Health Department to discuss how they’re using contact tracing to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.

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The Return-to-Work Process: Private Sector Versus Public Sector
The Return-to-Work Process: Private Sector Versus Public Sector

Reconstitution planning is and will not be simple, and the exact shape it takes for an organization will depend on that organization’s operations. How should private and public sectors approach reopening, and what differences will planners need to keep in mind? 

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What the CARES Act Means for Various American Industries
What the CARES Act Means for Various American Industries

Numerous industries will see direct aid as a result of the CARES Act, but what that aid looks like differs. This blog will take a look at how the CARES Act helps healthcare, governments, higher education, and airports.

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Successfully Implementing a Contact Tracing Program
Successfully Implementing a Contact Tracing Program

Contact tracing has become an increasingly popular topic as the world searches for ways to battle COVID-19. The primary goal of contact tracing is to decrease the amount of people who are infected by someone who already has COVID-19.

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HIPAA and COVID-19: What Organizations and Businesses Need to Know
HIPAA and COVID-19: What Organizations and Businesses Need to Know

On Thursday, May 14, 2020 Veoci conducted a webinar led by Veoci’s Jennifer McTiernan, General Counsel, and Nathaniel Ellis, Co-founder and Director of Strategic Solutions. Together, the two discussed how enforcement of HIPAA has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and how Veoci’s solutions can help organizations with the changing landscape. Nothing in this webinar should be interpreted as legal advice, nor is it a substitute for legal advice.

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Going Back: Reconstitution Plans
Going Back: Reconstitution Plans

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many organizations continue to ask themselves and local and state governments when they can bring employees back to the office, and start building towards normalcy again. How can businesses and organizations prepare for the return to the office/reopening and structure their reconstitution plans?

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How Will COVID-19 Impact Hurricanes and Disasters?
How Will COVID-19 Impact Hurricanes and Disasters?

The pandemic will add another layer of complexity to the responses of teams across the Caribbean and the Southeastern US. What are some of the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and other disasters mixing, and what can people do to prepare for natural disasters that occur during this pandemic?

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Successfully Reintegrating Society After COVID-19
Successfully Reintegrating Society After COVID-19

Society is not going to return to pre-COVID status right away. Quarantining, social distancing, and self isolation are still norms in countries that are beginning to reopen. They’re also focused on bolstering the health system, increasing testing, and relying on contact tracing.

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Capturing Data from Remote Meetings
Capturing Data from Remote Meetings

Non-essential businesses and organizations across the country (and the world) have shifted to a remote work structure to keep their workers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to comply with widespread stay-at-home and lockdown orders.

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Relying on Data for After Action Reporting
Relying on Data for After Action Reporting

After action reporting (AAR) takes a look at everything that went well and everything that needs work. It looks at the crisis holistically and determines what needs to be done to prevent certain lags in response for next time. Technology can be an excellent tool for supporting after action reporting because it enables you to collect data as a crisis unfolds, and then aggregate it for review in the end.

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Allowing Businesses to Submit Lockdown Losses Digitally
Allowing Businesses to Submit Lockdown Losses Digitally

Most of the U.S., and the world, locked down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, hoping to curb the spread of the virus. This required non-essential businesses, and some government agencies, to close their doors temporarily, which came with losses (and it continues to).

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Capturing Leave Time in Accordance with the FFCRA
Capturing Leave Time in Accordance with the FFCRA

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) went into law on April 1st, 2020. This piece of legislation serves both businesses and workers, protecting businesses from losing funds if a worker becomes infected with COVID-19, and, by extension, employees if they need to spend their time caring for themselves or a family member with the illness.

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Being Prepared for Joint Commission and Disasters
Being Prepared for Joint Commission and Disasters

The Joint Commission helps ensure hospitals meet certain preparedness standards through an accreditation program. The commission’s surveyor will score the hospital, determining if they receive the stamp fo approval. Inspections are random, however, compounding the need for hospitals to always be prepared for disasters (and a Joint Commission surveyor by extension).

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Helping The Public Through Meal Distribution Sites
Helping The Public Through Meal Distribution Sites

Making sure people have access to regular meals is an essential function of COVID-19 response. Schools and municipalities have had to find ways to organize the distribution of food to students and members of the general public.

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Keeping Tabs on PPE Usage and Burn Rates
Keeping Tabs on PPE Usage and Burn Rates

A fire department in Connecticut identified a need to track personal protective equipment (PPE) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Veoci teamed up with them to create a solution that would meet their needs.

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