ServiceNow is supporting vaccinations for more than 20 million people with its Now Platform with enhancements to its its Vaccine Administration Management solution. The latest enhancements make it easier for people to schedule vaccination appointments and for providers to manage vaccine inventory.
New capabilities offer increased control and visibility over available vaccine doses to help match vaccine appointments with inventory supply to minimise waste and avoid overbooking appointments. This has been a challenge for many organisations, leading to long wait times and leaving many recipients in line with cancelled appointments. New capabilities include:
“The rapid distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine is one of the greatest workflow challenges of our time,” said Mike Luessi, AVP and GM, Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry at ServiceNow. “We are working closely with organizations to rapidly ramp their vaccination efforts and adding new capabilities to our Vaccine Administration Management solution twice a month as the landscape evolves and more vaccines become available.”
ServiceNow’s Safe Workplace Solution now includes Vaccination Status, an app that helps public and private sector companies track the status of vaccinations in the workplace.
With the ServiceNow Vaccination Status app, employees and stakeholders in an organization can easily submit documentation of completed health vaccinations to meet return to workplace requirements, where permissible by law. Organisations can also collect vaccination data to assess when it’s safe to bring employees and stakeholders back to a workplace and provide benefits to employees who received vaccinations, in accordance with their respective policies.
To date, more than 1,000 organisations globally have downloaded the Safe Workplace suite apps with over 12,000 unique installations.
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