COVID-19 Surge Support (Task Order 1): COVID-19 Case Investigations

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

COVID-19 Surge Support (Task Order 1): COVID-19 Case Investigations COVID-19 Surge Support (Task Order 1 - Exhibit D): COVID-19 Case Investigations Description of Services: ASU to assist with COVID-19 Case Investigations. Assistance includes training of staff to conduct investigation, collecting data and providing ASU faculty, staff and students to support case investigations. Any and all students involved, ASU will have them sign a confidentiality agreement, hereto attached to this Exhibit and take appropriate confidentiality training. ASU will use reasonable efforts to collect complete data from each case interviewed including disease-specific observations (DSO). ASU will be using the MCDPH supplied Qualtrics questionnaire for collection of data. ASU will not collect any data beyond what is included on the original MCDPH form. If there is a request for ASU to collect data beyond what is included in the original MCDPH form, then an amendment to this Exhibit will be processed and mutually agreed upon between ASU and MCDPH. MCDPH shall have full access to and the right to examine, copy, and make use of any and all such data. To achieve an optimal response rate during COVID-19 case investigations, the following contact methodology will be attempted. A. The student will attempt a maximum of one (1) documented phone call and an additional phone call or text message over a 24-hour time period. B. After two (2) unsuccessful attempts at contact, the case will be closed and entered as lost to follow-up in MEDSIS. C. If for any reason the contact information is incorrect or the phone number is non-working, the case should be submitted to ADHS after one (1) attempt and a note of the MEDSIS ID should be sent to MCDPH in the end-of-shift interview. COVID-19 Surge Support (Task Order 1 - Exhibit D): COVID-19 Case Investigations Description of Services: ASU to assist with COVID-19 Case Investigations. Assistance includes training of staff to conduct investigation, collecting data and providing ASU faculty, staff and students to support case investigations. Any and all students involved, ASU will have them sign a confidentiality agreement, hereto attached to this Exhibit and take appropriate confidentiality training. ASU will use reasonable efforts to collect complete data from each case interviewed including disease-specific observations (DSO). ASU will be using the MCDPH supplied Qualtrics questionnaire for collection of data. ASU will not collect any data beyond what is included on the original MCDPH form. If there is a request for ASU to collect data beyond what is included in the original MCDPH form, then an amendment to this Exhibit will be processed and mutually agreed upon between ASU and MCDPH. MCDPH shall have full access to and the right to examine, copy, and make use of any and all such data. To achieve an optimal response rate during COVID-19 case investigations, the following contact methodology will be attempted. A. The student will attempt a maximum of one (1) documented phone call and an additional phone call or text message over a 24-hour time period. B. After two (2) unsuccessful attempts at contact, the case will be closed and entered as lost to follow-up in MEDSIS. C. If for any reason the contact information is incorrect or the phone number is non-working, the case should be submitted to ADHS after one (1) attempt and a note of the MEDSIS ID should be sent to MCDPH in the end-of-shift interview. COVID-19 Surge Support (Task Order 1 - Exhibit D): COVID-19 Case Investigations COVID-19 Surge Support (Task Order 1 - Exhibit D): COVID-19 Case Investigations
StatusActive
Effective start/end date7/1/2012/31/22

Funding

  • LOCAL: Arizona Municipal Government: $1,915,606.00

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