Streamline School Staff & Student Testing - Fully Integrated With SIS/HR/Test Lab Systems
Schedule and manage on-demand tests via opt-in process. Diagnose and screen testing based on school strategies and contact tracing results.
CrisisGo's API facilitates integration between school test labs and Safety iPass for automatic test results and scheduling synchronization.
Automatic test results delivered to schools and managed through the iPass dashboard.
Full integration into the process of quarantine management & contact tracing.
Quick and easy integration in only 48 hours.
Integration methods to fit any schools needs.
I cannot speak highly enough about CrisisGo. From the moment I started working with their management and staff in designing the specific plan for my school, it has been a dream. They have been there every step of the way. Anytime you call, a professional is on the line to serve your needs. I have been in education for 27 years and I have not had any company give better service than CrisisGo.
Danny Bailey, Strategic Executive
For the iPass v3.0, we will make the badge setting out of the certification setting and allow it to be configured via various conditions including the validity time of the test. For validity time of vax will be considered later when we have the guideline for boosters.
Show "Test Status" and "Vaccination Status" sections on the iPass badge, user can click to view historical test results and vaccination status.
Not in the first release, but we'll allow admin to manually import the test result for those when necessary.
Yes, Safety iPass allows the admin to schedule screening tests for selected individuals and also allows users to apply for the on-demand tests, selecting test dates and test sites on their own via the web application form.
Yes, the enhanced iPass user list shows all relevant info in one place with the option to filter by Case, Close Contact, Symptomatic, Fully Vaccinated, and Last Test Results, to easily create pivot tables.
Admin can view vaccination status of individuals when selecting for screening tests, excluding them from testing if necessary.