The platform is taking off quickly, allowing the company that built it to hire its first two full-time employees with plans to add staff as needed as the company grows.
A web platform designed early on in the pandemic to aid businesses in safely returning employees to work is quickly gaining steam.
A team of doctors with Wake Forest Baptist Health has developed an app to help companies keep employees safe as coronavirus cases continue to rise. It’s called SneezSafe.
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 at the places you go to every day could become easier thanks to a new software. It’s called SneezSafe, and it was developed by medical professionals in partnership with business executives and technology experts.
The Triad pediatrician who created an app that allows users to browse medical data to see what illnesses are being reported in various communities, and more recently designed Winston-Salem’s “Mask the City” face coverings in the early stages of the pandemic, is now out…
Wake Forest Baptist Health physicians first developed the app to track cold and flu-like illnesses in and around the region so that parents and teachers could stay abreast of what if any illnesses were going around that might impact their children at school.