Employers and event organizers hoping to promote safety amid the flourishing Delta variant and the threat of fraudulent CDC vaccine cards have a new tool, said Jeremy Elias, announcing a Kansas City-built solution to track and confirm individuals’ COVID-19 vaccine statuses.
TrackMy Verivax empowers businesses to capture data, track compliance, report on vaccine administration and verify vaccine data with state registries (connection points in all 50 states, and several outlying territories/jurisdictions) through secure HIPAA compliant technology, detailed Elias, CEO and founder of TrackMy Solutions.
“Organizations that want to make vaccinated employees and individuals feel safe and want to reduce risks for the organization should utilize a state registry vaccine verification solution, which also has the ability to send alerts when boosters are recommended,” he said. “TrackMy VeriVax is the only holistic solution that can do both of these.”
It also features an optional integrated COVID testing program for unvaccinated individuals.
“We continue to differentiate ourselves by tracking more than just the COVID vaccine — rather any and all vaccines a user and employer wants to track and ensure compliance of,” Elias told Startland News, specifically citing vaccines suggested for workers in the hospitality and healthcare industries, like shots for influenza, Hepatitis B, and tDap.
Founded in 2017, TrackMy Solutions is a technology provider focused on making discrete medical record data accessible and actionable to improve overall health of patients.
Focused on enhancing patient safety and saving lives through technology, Kansas City, Missouri-based startup currently offers the following solutions: TrackMy Implants, TrackMy Lab Results, TrackMy Vaccines, and TrackMy VeriVax.
The solution also offers population management with localized custom reports, demographic analysis, and deep dive capabilities for population breakdown, Elias added.
Click here to read more about the TrackMy brand and its previously announced TrackMy Vaccines solution, which used real-time data to analyze reactions to COVID-19 vaccines.
“TrackMy is focused and positioned well to continue to execute on our vision of saving lives through technology,” Elias said. “It is our job to work together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The CDC does not store individual vaccination records and there is no universal database that can attest that individuals actually received the COVID-19 vaccine, he explained.
“The problem is that the self-reported vaccine is unverified, not centrally managed, and has no dose or compliance reminders,” the startup said in a press release. “So, how can you verify that an individual actually had the COVID-19 vaccine?”
Click here to learn more about the TrackMy VeriVax solution, which officially connected to all 50 state registries for validation and verification in July.
“From a privacy perspective, this solution is built on our existing AWS cloud-environment and security is top of mind for us,” Elias explained. “An individual user either gains access to the system (and allows verification) through explicit implied consent as a condition of employment or explicit hard-captured consent during the TrackMy VeriVax User registration process — depending how our clients (employers, events, etc.) want this designed.”
The vaccine verification solution recently was implemented at The Basketball Tournament (TBT), which aired in July and August on ESPN.
“We chose TrackMy for the system’s flexibility to deliver on our crucial safety needs in putting on a major public event,” said Jennifer Todd, co-founder of The Basketball Tournament, a 5 on 5, winner-take-all basketball tourney with 64 teams and a $1 million prize.
Watch the video below to learn more about the vaccine verification process used at the tournament.