A new plan authored by Johns Hopkins University calls for widespread testing and contact tracing before the country can be safely re-opened.
Whether or not you agree with the push to relax social distancing and re-open the country, public health experts agree we need far more extensive testing and the ability to contact trace and isolate cases to prevent future spread of #COVID19. To help achieve this goal, the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins University authored a national plan to implement a comprehensive contact tracing program that calls for at least 100,000 new public health workers.
As we are all finding ways to meet the challenge posed by the pandemic, the ArcheMedx team has accelerated development of a new learning and insights solution and free educational Activity, powered by Ready, to assist public and private leaders in improving our collective understanding of this plan and the critical role contact tracing can play.
The Contact Tracing Activity is powered by Ready and the beta version of our new PDF centric learning and insights solution.
With Ready, you can rapidly transform any document into a personalized learning and assessment solution. Deliver a more engaging and individually tailored learning experience that layers multi-media resources and prescribed recommendations in and around your primary document as synchronized learning moments, making it easier for participants to discover, reflect, and dive deeper into critical information when it is most contextually relevant.
Ready also reduces traditional cognitive barriers to learning by enabling participants to:
Since Ready captures novel behavioral data and confidence measures as participants engage in the Activity, this data can be analyzed and shared (de-identified of course) with the broader public health community to indicate how leaders across the country plan to implement widespread testing and contact tracing.