A GOAL WITHOUT A PLAN IS JUST A DREAM.
SafelyBack customers start with the SafelyBack Screening Plan when targeting a specific viral or bacterial health threat. Initially, business leaders, administrators, healthcare staff, and/or advocates work with the SafelyBack team to develop a set of planning assumptions that form the initial Screening Plan. The Screening Plan is based upon what are believed to be best assumptions concerning the behavior of the target health threat, targeted testing technologies, and available equipment or devices required to manage the protocol developed.
Initially, business leaders, administrators, healthcare staff, and/or advocates work with the SafelyBack team to develop a set of planning assumptions that form the initial Screening Plan.
Once crafted, the SafelyBack Screening Plan is a living document. It will change as new test methodologies are discovered, site screening protocols are refined, and lessons are learned.
The screening plan frequently uses the following keywords and phrases:
Stakeholder Identification: Defines the screened population and identifies special requirements for groups within the population
Screening Protocol: What types of screening will be needed, is there a dependency between types, how frequently will groups test
Enrollment Needs: Special enrollment requirements for groups within the population (e.g. minors, seniors, those with impairments)
Collection Process: Defines the sample collector(s), the collection process, and how to connect the person and sample anonymously
Testing Processing: After drop off, what steps are required to get results, and establishes temp, light, and space requirements
Alerts and Notifications: Language and wording requirements, what paths (app, email, call, text), conditions for screening results
Contact Tracing: Identify individuals with authority, how identity is provided, what overlaps define risk, and notification approach
Facility Requirements: Size of registration, sample collection & drop off location, queues, lab facility space, workstations
Technology Integration: Workstation needs, network connectivity, security, barcode and QR reader placement
Supply Chain: Storage and distribution needs for expendables and spares, automated inventory and ordering
Privacy and Security: Balance privacy vs. requirements for notification: individual, parents, supervisors, health officials
Data Sharing Controls: Mechanism and limits for sharing screening results, contact tracing, and bulk analytic data
Regulatory Policies: Define the legal, policy, and regulatory requirements that govern screening implementation
Notices, Terms, Conditions, & Consent: Content for each, electronic signature, parent and guardian handling
Roles and Responsibilities: Assignment of individuals, by role or by name, required to execute the plan
Training: familiarization process for users, self-collection, privacy, train the trainers, training for local (tier 1) help desk, job aids
Service and Support: On-site spares, immediate ship spares, tier 2 and 3 customer support for systems and apps, test equipment
Community Passport: Potential Community Partners, selection criteria, enrollment, remuneration process
Marketing and Branding: Logos, colors, language, facility names, local customs, etc.
Accounting and Payments: Cost allocation by stakeholder groups, full or partial remuneration, Community Passport payments