Covid-19 & Higher Education: Two Years Later
The higher education system had to quickly adapt to these new expectations. While the Covid-19 pandemic has been baked into our routines, it's an ongoing response with shifting requirements to which we have to adapt.
Ramp-up Covid-19 Test Kit Distribution in Your Town
What those testing kits packages from federal and state governments lack is a solid plan for distribution. While some towns and cities may be able to repurpose old processes or current infrastructure for this task, many others are left wondering how they can get this shipment of supplies out to their residents.
How Veoci Eases the Return-to-Work Process
Organizations can't rush into the return-to-work process; it will require considerable thought and preparation. Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is a job all of us, not just medical professionals and public health departments, need to step into. As an institution, your organization can actively work towards reducing the likelihood of COVID-19 by catering its return-to-work to preventative measures..
Exploring the American Rescue Plan Act
While ARPA doesn't spell how citizens must spend their stimulus funds, it does provide strict guidelines for the local and state governments receiving benefits from the bill. These spending guidelines are meant to push local and state governments to put the funds back into their community, either directly or through the purchase of tools that make servicing their respective communities simpler and more efficient.
How NYU Maintains a Common Operating Picture During COVID-19
With just under 59,000 enrolled students and over 19,000 employees, planning and responding to the pandemic have been a challenge, but the NYU team has found a way of controlling the situation and maintaining a common operating picture throughout the organization.
Back to School during COVID-19 with Keller Independent School District
Maintaining a sense of normalcy for students throughout this pandemic has continued to be a priority. School districts have been doing all that they can to ensure their students can continue with their education, while maintaining their safety. Chris McLaughlin, Emergency Management Coordinator for Keller Independent School District (ISD) and his team have made sure to adjust day-to-day operations to guarantee that not only can students get back to school, but stay safe in school.
The Lasting Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Healthcare Industry
Even after the pandemic is over, it is likely that the healthcare industry will see lasting effects from the challenges its institutions have had to overcome. The financial burden, PPE shortages, and telemedicine are just a few of the changes we can expect to see lingering in the healthcare industry.
Enabling Universities to Use Self-Reporting During the COVID-19 Pandemic
As schools open up in the fall, exposure to COVID-19 is a serious concern for staff and the student body. Fortunately, with a solid self-reporting tool, members of the school community have a way to report potential exposure to the organization.Â
COVID-19: Making Return-to-Work Smooth for Workers
As more and more organizations make the transition back to a physical workplace, there are many factors to consider to maintain the health and safety of employees. Fortunately, there are some steps workers can take to mentally and physically ease the transition back to work.