Eceptionist launches self-service COVID-19 vaccine management tool
New tool will help automate and organize COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Global health care software provider Eceptionist has launched a new web-based solution to help private and public organizations manage COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
Dubbed VaxManager, the software as a service (SAAS) solution alleviates the administrative burden of managing COVID tests, flu shots, and other vaccines when they become available.
VaxManager incorporates an organization's COVID guidelines into a test/vaccine request workflow to automatically screen and prioritize vaccine and test requests, the company said.
The mobile-friendly platform also includes a self-registration and self-request portal for patients to ensure quick and easy onboarding. Automated appointment reminders, follow-up notifications, and post-testing and post-vaccine information make the software highly reliable and relevant for patients.
Intelligent vaccine-appointment scheduling, automated triage and high-risk-group screening, and interoperability with third-party clinical systems are other notable features of this tool.
VaxManager service is open to pharmacies, employers, universities, school districts, churches, and any other groups willing to participate in COVID-19 vaccine distribution to patients and citizens.
“VaxManager is a SAAS solution for busy immunization clinics. The platform addresses your existing resource constraints with powerful tools for automated screening and prioritization of high-risk populations to more efficiently distribute the Covid-19 vaccine when it becomes available,” Eceptionist said.
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