International SOS has teamed up with Salesforce and AOKpass to roll out a digitally integrated testing and vaccination solution which securely manages Covid19 testing, vaccine administration, monitoring and health certification.
This solution is the latest addition to International SOS’ suite of medical services to help organisations manage the current pandemic and safeguard workforce health.
The International SOS HealthCloud360 digital platform is built on Salesforce cloud technology and integrates seamlessly with AOKpass, a portable digital certification that enables the secure verification of an employee’s testing and/or vaccination status via blockchain technology.
The platform is both user friendly and scalable across multiple countries and sites. It includes detailed reporting and analysis to give clients comprehensive programme status. Furthermore, it has been developed with the highest standard of security and data privacy in mind; it is fully GDPR compliant and conforms to the required ISO certifications.
Key features include employees’ and dependents’ information management, eligibility management, appointment scheduling, clinical workflow management, vaccines and consumables inventory management, monitoring of testing/vaccination status, patient communication flow, verification of results and issuance of digital certification.
Arnaud Vaissìe, co-founder, chairman and CEO of International SOS, commented: “We have entered a new era of workforce resilience and business continuity where employee health is now a critical pillar. There is no easy way out of the pandemic, however, secure and effective testing and vaccination will be key to sustaining business operations, supporting a safe return to the workplace, travel and events, and to reduce the spread of infection.”
International SOS’ end-to-end offering encompasses information, advisory and planning, on-the-ground delivery and digital certification. It can be delivered through International SOS’ clinics, its medical professionals at client sites, and through its network of over 90,000 credentialed medical providers. Where in-country regulations allow, the solution includes the procurement of Covid-19 vaccines, and the management of local supply chain logistics.