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H1N1 Preparedness Solution Launched

September 23, 2009
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San Diego-based Concerro is launching PanFluAware, an automated software solution and decision making system designed to improve H1N1 preparation and response, according to the company.

PanFluAware includes a toolkit that tracks and monitors processes and provides visibility into the resources, capacity and personnel available within an organization to prepare and respond to a pandemic, it says. The product includes a pandemic plan and decision making system using current CDC and HICS checklists and best-practice guidelines, a color-coded dashboard which tracks progression, and customizable tracking fields to monitor status of employee vaccinations, supplies, and N-95 mask fit-testing.



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