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ContactPath by Watkyn Launches to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19



ContactPath GPS Location Data Sample

Innovative Contact Tracing Software Will Help Public Health Authorities, as Well as Businesses, Colleges and Universities, and Other Organizations Protect Families, Communities, and Employees.

Will Help Businesses and the Larger Economy to Reopen More Safely Than Otherwise Possible.

Hollywood, FL (July 14, 2020) – Watkyn™, a team of leading authorities on cloud database application development, today announced the launch of ContactPath™. The first of its kind anywhere in the world, this innovative COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing software enables health authorities and others (e.g., colleges and universities, businesses, etc.) to reduce the spread of infectious diseases, including future pandemics. In addition, the software helps identify potential outbreaks and facilitates support services to be provided for those in quarantine.

“Our first imperative is to protect the health of our communities. But clearly we need to reopen the economy and get everyone back to work and school quickly. How can we do both? Contact tracing is the answer while we await a reliable form of immunization or treatment,” said Phillip Dennis, Principal, Watkyn.

ContactPath User Interface
ContactPath User Interface

The CDC defines contact tracing as “the process of interviewing individuals who have been infected with a disease, identifying close contacts that they may have unknowingly exposed, and providing those contacts with the information needed to monitor their own health and prevent the continued spread of the illness.” According to the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO), 30 contact tracers are needed for every 100,000 population (“States Are Short the Contact Tracers Needed to Emerge Safely from Coronavirus Lockdown,” The Wall Street Journal, June 6, 2020). With a U.S. population of roughly 330 million, that would mean nearly 100,000 contact tracers are needed to ensure rapid notification of close contacts after exposure.

ContactPath fills the gap by allowing a dramatically smaller workforce to perform at a superior level. Built to capture and process data as recommended in the CDC’s “Health Departments: Interim Guidance on Developing a COVID-19 Case Investigation & Contact Tracing Plan,” and to comply with privacy and data security regulations, ContactPath streamlines the workflow for users, enabling data to be collected quickly and entered manually or imported from other sources. Moreover, while ContactPath provides an extensive menu of fields for data capture, it offers the flexibility of easy customization by allowing organizations to add additional fields to meet their own requirements. It can be used easily by remote or field workers from any device with Internet access.

With ContactPath, organizations can:

●      Intake new cases, collect demographic, contact, residence, and work information.

●      Record information about movements and contacts.

●      Track symptoms and test results.

●      Build reports and charts easily.

●      Visually identify clusters and outbreaks.

●      Notify people of suspected exposure to the coronavirus using SMS, e-mail, or voice.

●      Manage caseloads and backlog with role-based dashboards.

●      Create different interview types with customizable questions.

“As we watched this crisis unfolding, we realized that smartphone exposure notification apps were never going to replace skilled person-to-person contact tracers,” Dennis said. “With our decades of combined experience in building software that improves business processes, we engineered ContactPath to be powerful and complete, yet flexible, easy to learn, and simple to use in the fight against the coronavirus.”

ContactPath is available now. Annual licenses are priced based on number of users, starting at $50 per user, per month. A Quick Base plan is also required, bringing the total price range to $75-$105 per user, per month.

To schedule a live demo of ContactPath by Watkyn, please visit:

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