Comagine Health’s advanced data analytics can help health care professionals — providers, payers and other stakeholders — see the broader impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and be better prepared to respond to it over the long term.
Comagine Health partners with public health departments and businesses to deploy comprehensive contact tracing and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Comagine Health’s education and consultation for infection prevention and control help protect staff and patients, create a standardized, evidence-based approach to infection prevention and mitigate costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Comagine Health’s training and consultation for telehealth and virtual services expand health care service delivery options, enhance access for vulnerable populations, and improve care outcomes and other clinical quality measures.
Comagine Health is partnering with the Utah Department of Health to make trainings available on current best practices for preventing transmission of COVID-19 in long-term care. These webinar recordings, featuring Dr. Sarah Woolsey, Martha Jaworski, Mindi Tippins and Jennifer Vreeland, include information on the basics of contact, droplet and airborne precautions, with resources for staff training as well as current state and CDC guidance for contingencies for personal protective equipment (PPE). The expanded information further discusses PPE for given patient encounters and emphasizes the importance of universal PPE use in long-term care settings.
- Sarah Woolsey, MD, MPH, FAAFP, is board-certified in family medicine and a current medical director with Comagine Health.
- Martha Jaworski, MS, RN, CIC, is certified in infection control and currently serves as a senior quality improvement advisor at Comagine Health.
- Mindi Tippins is a vice president of and quality improvement resource for Milestone & Sunstone Healthcare.
- Jennifer Vreeland, RN, BSN, is a clinical resource for Milestone Healthcare.
Click here for access to the on-demand recordings:
- Infection Prevention Update for Long-Term Care Facility Partners: COVID-19
- Expansion of Infection Prevention for Long-Term Care Facility Partners