At QuantaSTAT we believe that helping students safely return to the classroom is critical in reducing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on families. For this reason QuantaSTAT has made our COVID-19 check-in application available for free to all K-12 accredited schools.
We all want to get back to school safely, and that requires a COVID-19 mitigation strategy. QuantaSTAT for Schools gives your students, faculty, and staff the tools they need to stay healthy and safe in a school setting.
QuantaSTAT for Schools helps administrators demonstrate that they are taking the health of their students, faculty, and staff seriously and providing them tools to keep them safe.
QuantaSTAT's HIPAA compliant platform protects the private health data of your students, faculty, and staff.
Faculty and staff report their symptoms everyday from home.
Staff, faculty, and students are given a Daily Health Clearance based on their symptoms. Administrators are able to see each individual's health status and respond accordingly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Educational institutions signed up for QuantaSTAT for Schools can invite their faculty, staff, and students to set up an account and download the QuantaSTAT for Schools app. Administrators are able to track each individual's Daily Health Clearance, so they are able to quickly respond should someone report symptoms or test positive for COVID-19.
Faculty, staff, and students are notified to create an account and download the QuantaSTAT for Schools app or log in through a web browser. They are then are prompted to enter one-time health record data and insurance information. After the initial set up, individuals are able to use the daily symptom tracker and receive Daily Health Clearance.
No, QuantaSTAT for Schools is a HIPAA compliant platform that does not share any individual's medical information with administrators. Administrators are only able to see whether or not an individual is cleared for school.
Staff, faculty, and student data is stored in a secure, HIPAA compliant server. Administrators can only see your overall status, but you can opt-in to share personal health data with an integrated Telehealth doctor.
Test results can be uploaded directly through the QuantaSTAT for Schools app, which will notify administrators of the individual's status and allow school leaders to respond with next steps.
In addition to using QuantaSTAT for Schools, school leaders should have a plan in place to protect their students, faculty, and staff. Learn more about CDC recommendations and guidelines here.