IDAP Keeps Our Economy Open
Infection Control will absolutely be necessary for every industry that has people in the workplace — people are the greatest asset!
In response to COVID-19, the Infectious Disease Awareness Platform known as “IDAP” was developed by a team of top physicians and researchers at TPIRC to safeguard all health care employees.
The IDAP program is designed to expand outside of a clinical setting and can be implemented into schools and universities through trackable and accountable measures to ensure the safety of the students and teachers functioning within a space.
IDAP Solution Offerings from TPIRC
Health Policy Consulting
How IDAP Works
IDAP Introduction with Special Guest Jim McDonnell
TPIRC Boardmember and former Los Angeles County Sheriff, Jim McDonnell, joins Dr. Randhawa to discuss the advantages and necessity of Infectious Disease Awareness Platform (IDAP) as businesses and schools begin to open post-COVID. IDAP has been actively running at TPRIC and the Southern California Food Allergy Institute since early March. The IDAP process runs in real-time as a risk assessment for COVID-19, and if a risk has been identified employees and patients will receive a notification from the platform. The following video walks through details of the IDAP process.
How it Works: IDAP Safety Zone Classification
IDAP Software Dashboard
Learn more about IDAP
TPIRC’s new Infectious Disease Awareness Platform (IDAP) allows the organization to create a zero transmission risk zone for both employees and patients.
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