Mathematica and OnPacePlus are working together to develop a visual analytics tool capable of providing key statistics related to workforce readiness.
As states prepare to enter the next phase of their COVID-19 journey, employers have an obligation to ensure the safety and efficiency of their workforce. That starts with leveraging technology to easily assess the status of employee health and potential employee-patient outbreaks, managing the inventory of personal protective equipment (PPE), determining employee access to equipment and health services, and maintaining reliable information about workforce readiness.
Mathematica will work with OnPacePlus to develop a visual analytics tool capable of providing key statistics related to workforce readiness for organizations such as health care providers and other employers.
Designed for the organization’s senior leaders and staff, the data source for the tool is a staff monitoring instrument that allows employees to understand and self-report symptoms of COVID-19. The monitoring instrument also asks questions about demographics, perceptions of access to PPE, and home environment stressors. The visual analytics are powered by Tableau and will assist the leaders and their teams in managing the availability of their workforce.
Dr. Christopher Williams discusses how OnPacePlus and Mathematica are partnering on COVID-19 solutions:
This tool gives us the ability to transform how health care is delivered in a digital world. We have the opportunity to save lives, get back to work, and restore safe zones.
Evidence & Insights From This Project
OnPacePlus and Mathematica Help Employers Gauge COVID-19 Workforce Readiness
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