Qualtrics, a leading global creator of the experience management company, has announced on Monday April 27, 2020 that the company has launched the Case Management, Assessment and Testing of Covid-19 Pandemic in the State of Nebraska. According to the details released by the PR News Wire News Agency, the company will provide online assessment to screen residents of Nebraska based on risk and prioritize which individuals need testing to contain the further spread of Covid-19 outbreak throughout the state of Nebraska.
Governor of State of Nebraska, Pete Ricketts said, “As we fight the spread of COVID-19, the speed and accuracy with which we move is more important than ever. By partnering with Qualtrics to provide a statewide assessment to every resident of Nebraska, we will be able to manage the spread of the virus, monitor symptomatic individuals, and save lives.”
“We ask every resident to take this online assessment to give us a comprehensive view of the virus. The data will all be automatically aggregated, giving us the ability to make quick, informed decisions about where to stand up additional testing centers and where PPE is most needed. This statewide solution is key in helping us reduce the spread of COVID-19 so we can get back to work and resume a more normal way of life,” said Nebraska Governor Rickett.
The Qualtrics has supported more than 31,000 healthcare projects by developing Covid-19 solutions. The solutions provided by the company have been deployed in more than 100 counties and cities across the United States.
Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Qualtrics, Ryan Smith said, “We are excited to partner with the State of Nebraska at this critically important time. Qualtrics was designed to help organizations collect, understand, and act on data to take the right actions at the right time. This solution will help the state make fast, informed decisions to protect the lives of its residents.”
“This public private partnership is an example of the way we all need to come together to fight this virus so that our communities can stay safe, healthy, and return to work,’ further added Ryan.