OPTIMDosing, a Farmington Hills-based provider of digital health care solutions, has launched AITIA Coronavirus, an automated COVID-19 pre-screening tool for schools and businesses.
The platform allows administrators to customize screening criteria, send reminders to its registered users, push alerts, and track risk exposure to the virus. It uses HIPAA-compliant servers, ensuring that all submitted data is secure.
“We believe AITIA Coronavirus (in conjunction with a well-defined reopening plan) can assist our country’s return to in-person learning for our children and an in-person return-to-work for businesses,” says Kenneth Kohn, co-founder of OPTIMDosing.
“For example, a K-8 school located in Michigan that has been using the AITIA Coronavirus app since August was able to utilize AITIA to more granularly track potential exposure to individuals that were in contact with COVID-19 and sequester only those parts of the school that may have had contact while keeping the rest of the school open.”
Reminders ensure users provide responses to pre-screening criteria, alerts are sent to administrators when responses fall outside of acceptable criteria, and a dashboard allows administrators to visualize the population quickly to assess risk.
This is the first application for the AITIA platform, which was originally designed as a remote patient monitoring tool to assist doctors and patients in collecting information that can improve diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing care.
The app is available on a subscription basis and costs $15 per month per user when paying by the month, $13 per month per user for a six-month subscription, and $10 per month per user for a yearlong plan. It is available here or on Google Play. More information is available here.