We know that many councils are being asked to create an outbreak control plan and work closely with the National Joint Biosecurity Centre, bringing together data from testing and contact tracing, alongside other NHS and public data, to provide insight into local and national patterns of transmission and save lives.
You may also need to set up a weekly summary showing the current situation with coronavirus in your area, including cases and any deaths as well as supporting any local engagement boards.
In short, you have a lot of information to prepare, log, process and then share.
How can you make this happen in the most efficient way?
We’re here to help
At Tractivity we already work with a number of local authorities helping them manage stakeholder information securely and safely, whilst also allowing reporting and communication directly to stakeholders.
Keeping this kind of data organised, structured and helping document in line with requirements helps give total peace of mind you are doing all you can whilst removing admin burden.
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We know that some councils are taking a leading role in a particular area of expertise and building on existing health protection plans to put in place measures to identify and contain outbreaks and protect the public’s health.
How Tractivity will help:
And finally – what are the consequences of missing key information, failing to report thoroughly or relying on human input alone?
We want to help. Speak to the Tractivity team today.