Arizona State University: Quickly Leveraging Tech Partnerships to Enable COVID-19 Management

Conducted on: Wednesday, November 18, 2020 @ 2 PM (ET)

Sponsored by: E&I Cooperative Services | Presented by: Safe Health Systems, Mayo Clinic & Arizona State University

When the pandemic first hit, the Arizona State University (ASU) campus never closed. Instead, the campus stayed open and worked throughout the summer to prepare for the fall semester.

Well-known for innovation, the University quickly leveraged their ASU app and collaborative initiative with Mayo Clinic and Safe Health to enable a successful fall semester. Join us for this 50-minute webinar to learn about this key element of ASU’s COVID-19 response, including protocol, ASU’s internally-developed saliva test, data insights, and what this could mean for the future.

Discussion Topics:

  • How technology played a key role in ASU’s COVID-19 response
  • ASU’s health protocol, including managing onsite presence in an open campus, automated daily health checks, and robust mandatory testing protocols using ASU’s in-house developed saliva test
  • Lessons learned and potential thoughts for campus health management in the future beyond COVID-19
  • The value of the E&I Safe Health contract for short-term (COVID-19) and long-term (STD/I) digital solutions

Our Presenters and Participants:

  • Nichol Luoma, V.P. University Business Services, University Sustainability Operations Officer & CPO, Arizona State University
  • John Christian Richardson, Deputy CIO of Product Ownership & Leadership Development University Technology Office, Arizona State University
  • Rudy Bellavia, Managing Director and Chief of Staff Office of Business and Finance, Arizona State University
  • Ken Mayer, CEO, Safe Health Systems, Inc.
  • Steven J. Lester, Mayo Clinic
  • Amy Woof, Mayo Clinic
  • Dr. Steven J. Lester,
    • Consultant Cardiologist, Mayo Clinic
    • Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science
    • Associate Medical Director, Department of Business Development
    • Associate Medical Director, Contracting and Payer Relations

Who Should Participate?
Procurement, IT, Athletics, Student Campus Health Management, Employee Health Management Professionals, K12 districts/institutions, and anyone that is involved in COVID response and decision-making for your institution.

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