Becker's Healthcare June 3, 2020
Jackie Drees

From crafting new programs to partnering with companies focused on IT innovation, hospitals and health systems across the U.S. are finding new ways to incorporate artificial intelligence, facial recognition and virtual communication technologies into their return-to-workplace approaches.

St. Augustine, Fla.-based Flagler Health+ teamed up with digital health platform Healthfully in May to launch a tech-supported program that provides COVID-19 prevention, testing and management to help bring employees back to work. The health system’s mobile app offers services including daily self screening of employees, telehealth visits and Bluetooth-enabled contact tracing and proximity reporting.

In Cleveland, University Hospitals is working with TensorMark, a cloud-based AI and computer vision tech provider, to integrate COVID-19 test results with facial recognition software to allow employers,...

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