COVID-CLEAR™ Organizational Safety Response and Resilience Program

COVID-CLEAR™ from Medicos Consultants provides your organization with a healthcare reviewed and accredited path forward to keep your employees safe from COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2. Our certified program provides your company with best-practice steps that will allow you to resume more normalized operations in an efficient and well documented manner.

The COVID-CLEAR™ program provides our clients the following three levels of support:

Level 1

Employee Safety and Communication

  1. Accredited healthcare and legal review of your organization’s current COVID-19 Business Continuity Plans (BCPs), relevant Human Resources policies, COVID-19 Task Force pandemic response, Service Level Agreements (SLAs), remote and local work policies, employee health monitoring, employee educational services, contact tracing support, local versus regional policy implementation, etc.
  2. Virtual HealthHub Safety and Education Program. This customized secure online asset provides your organization geographically relevant: local, regional, and national updates of the latest scientific and clinical updates from our established healthcare partner relationships with: National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Maryland Medical Center, Medstar Health, Ochsner Health and others
  3. Confidential and immediate access to COVID-19 Information Line & Symptom Tracking Support for all employees of your organization
  4. Expedited appointment scheduling (In-Person Clinic & Virtual Appointments) through our accredited healthcare provider partner network

Level 2

Workplace Support and Management (Virus Prevention in the Workplace)

In addition to all the support elements of a Level 1 engagement, prior to and as employees go back to their offices for work-related purposes, the Medicos Consultants team will certify your process and help your business address the following:

  1. On-site immediate physical inspection and identification of all COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 vulnerable areas based on environmental and health best practices established by our regional clinical healthcare partners
  2. On-site review and/or update and installation of signage with supporting educational materials
  3. On-site review and/or update and installation of hand-sanitation and surface-sanitation resources and protocols
  4. On-site Temperature and Health Screening Checks
  5. Upon request, all areas of your physical plant will be inspected to maintain Level 2 support including: Service Level Agreements (SLAs) reviews and inspections by our clinical, legal and occupational health and safety experts with documentation and certification of addressable changes made to the workplace environment
  6. Effective and efficient mitigation strategies will be immediately applied to areas of highest vulnerability, including: points of ingress/egress, high-throughput areas, high-density employee and client areas, and areas with high-touch surfaces (e.g. door handles, elevator buttons, switches) as well as sanitation standards and practices across leased and owned facilities, specifically evaluating predictive maintenance solutions, air quality sensors, UV cleaning, infrared temperature cameras, and HEPA air filters
  7. Clear action plans based on occupational health and clinical best-practices documented to ensure efficacy of ongoing reviews (e.g. facilities management, human resources, SLAs, etc.) and to provide clear communications with all employees
  8. All Level-2 assessments and recommendations include ongoing follow-ups and re-evaluations with our team leads on a regularly scheduled basis

Level 3

Workforce Reentry Support (Ongoing Planning and Response Support)

In addition to all the support elements of a Level 2 engagement the Medicos Consultants team will further certify your work environments and process to help your business address the following:

  1. Work with your organization’s COVID-19 response team to update the criteria and communication channels for determining which employees may be permitted to physically reenter their office environments
  2. Review and update plans for when it will be appropriate to bring employees back to their offices based on regularly scheduled updates of local, regional and/or national risk assessments
  3. Identify the functions and roles that should be prioritized to return to the office or in the event of changing pandemic conditions
  4. Identify which activities are critical to be conducted in-person in the office and establish what activities cannot be performed remotely
  5. Establish and test change management and communications protocols to drive clarity, confidence and motivation for the entire workforce

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