COVID vaccine administration is unlike any other immunization campaign that state and local governments have ever implemented. Existing systems will not be able to manage the scale, scope, and complexity of this program.
Infosys Public Services has combined forces with partners like Salesforce, ServiceNow and Simplus to develop Infosys Vaccine Management (IVM) system that offers a modular platform for state and local governments to deliver the high-demand COVID vaccination program safely and rapidly.
From proactive outreach and advocacy campaigns, scheduling and registration, eligibility screening, demand management, clinical management and follow-ups to the rigorous data reporting requirements, the end-to-end vaccine management solution delivers the necessary capabilities for state and local governments to administer the COVID vaccine effectively to constituents.
Infosys Vaccine Management system’s modular components and open API’s provide the flexibility to implement individual modules to meet specific needs or all components gradually over time. Furthermore, as requirements evolve with potentially new strains and viruses warranting novel vaccines and programs in the future, Infosys Vaccine Management system allows organizations to quickly add new capabilities through its following key modules.
Key features and benefits of IVM
IVM’s Communication and Outreach module offers a configurable, mobile-enabled, multi-lingual portal for state and local governments to publish the right information about the vaccines quickly, run advocacy campaigns, and engage citizens more effectively.
IVM’s cloud-based Registration and Scheduling module enables state and local governments to scale quickly and support the high-demand vaccine program without any disruptions or failures.
IVM’s MuleSoft-based Integration Module includes pre-built connectors and APIs which allow state and local governments to connect with any federal and provider systems and exchange HL-7/FHIR-based data in near-real time for accurate reporting.
IVM’s Command Center offers an intuitive Tableau-powered dashboard to track all relevant information related to vaccination – from inventory, doses administered and herd-immunity levels to adverse reactions. The Command Center also hooks up with automated-data science solutions like the Infosys Health Insights Platform to develop predictive and prescriptive AI models to make vaccine administration more effective.
IVM’s Inventory module enables state and local governments to track vaccine inventory more effectively. From managing information related to vaccine receipt to storage, cold-chain compliance, availability and wastage reporting, IVM can track a number of parameters, enabling organizations to maximize the use of available vaccines.
IVM is architected as a modular platform. State and local governments can pick and choose the components based on their immediate and long-term requirements. Quite a few of these modules, like the Registration and Scheduling, can be deployed within 2 weeks.
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