While technology plays a critical role in helping organizations navigate vaccine administration quickly and safely, legacy systems weren’t built to handle this scope and speed. They were built to deliver vaccines to help prevent childhood diseases and seasonal influenza. Andrew Pekosz, PhD., a leading virologist at Johns Hopkins University working on both COVID-19 and influenza, has outlined key differences between COVID-19 and influenza and illustrates why this pandemic is so critically dangerous relative to the typical flu season.
Opportunities exist to help you build trust with your constituents by demonstrating a well-coordinated, transparent process that disseminates facts and keeps everyone informed in an environment where changes will happen quickly and frequently.
We understand the need to address these challenges and close the gap between available systems with a platform that can help build trust with your constituents. Speed to deploy, scalability, and security are the hallmarks of centralized platforms that can help you get your vaccination management program running successfully. And because they’re nimble, those platforms are uniquely tuned to help communities and organizations remain agile as information and guidance from governing bodies continuously updates.