We have released the Crowe Pandemic Response and Recovery App to respond to the emerging reality that most organizations need better data and tools for an efficient response effort.
And the answers change every day – making it difficult to risk assess and prioritize your pandemic response actions.
The data is out there, but it takes too much time to gather and make sense of it within the context of your business.
Replace your disparate data sources and spreadsheets with one tool that gathers and correlates the data you need to identify emerging risks, adapt the business, and, most importantly, care for employees.
Spend less time figuring out how to manage your response. With data in one place, you can make faster, better decisions about how you interact with your employees, clients, vendors, customers, healthcare organizations, and governmental agencies.
With correlation of external and internal data, you can understand emerging risks and triage high-priority concerns related to employee health, workforce management, and other operational issues.
Get everyone on the same page quickly and establish consistency when it comes to communication, support actions, exposure management, and more.
The app is rapidly evolving to meet emerging needs. Current features include:
Jurisdiction management and mandate tracking
Personnel support and special authorizations
Exposure management and contact tracing
Responses and mandates
Essential personnel authorizations
The app is easy to use so you can spend energy where it matters most – your business.
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