Temperature checking is becoming the standard as part of companies' reopening strategies. The CDC has recommended temperature screening as an optional strategy and provides guidance on temperature thresholds and screening questions. However, the question remains, what is the best method of conducting these screenings and what other factors are there to consider during this process? Many companies are hiring a fleet of clinicians/nurses to conduct the screenings at every entrance; while others are using an automated method with the use of technology. Each method comes with pros and cons and should be carefully considered before making a potentially large investment. In this webinar, we cover some key considerations you should make when planning your reopening strategy with a focus on the benefits and drawbacks of manual vs. automated temperature checking.
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