can everyone who is not speaking please mute their line!
it’s not letting me submit!
it wont let me submit
It won’t let me either
Yes, if you don't answer question 4 you can't submit the poll.
how do you see the poll?
perhaps because I do not have an answer to the last question?
me neither cant submit
yes you have to select an answer to the last question
I can't submit without answering the 4th question
NOT LETTING ME SUBMIT. I’M ON A COMPUTER
You've made #4 mandatory
i just put 'comm. educ.' even though we aren't using our unit now
There needs to be a “none of the above” option
What if you don't have an answer for #4?
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Wasn't able to fill out poll. We haven't implemented our mobile clinic yet. Just received a grant + in the planning process. Here to learn about what everyone is doing in response to COVID
Not able to submit if we say no to Q 3
I only see one question.
I answered number 4 but we currently are not doing anything.
Jane Williamson-Davenport MSN FNP
Please show again-can’t submit
#4 needs a none of the above ;)
is there a way to turn off the notification when people enter?
I agree. Thank you!
I don't see any video
Click on the little blue box top right of your screen, Chris
Christopher Ervin, on the right of your screen, you will see a set of video thumbnails. When you go to the bottom of the last thumbnail, you will see a down arrow. Click on it, and you will see Christina's video. You can see it as a thumbnail or double-click on it to make it the main screen
It was an earlier question
At the PC setting mobile units are you seeing patients with normal temperature by respiratory issues?
Do patients get a mask as soon as they show up at the site?
How many of the 4000 have tested positive?
Are you taking walk ups?
are the providers using mask for care
Are you finding those that need to be referred immediately to ER? Do you have RN's accessing the patients for immediate care?
How are you doing with staff turnover? Any having to self-quarantine since you started?
Are there other health systems conducting testing at the mega site?
What PPE are the staff using?
For those with Positive tests, who is assessing them for treatment vs ED need
can a volunteer or un-certified person conduct a swab test?
So as far as testing, the mobile unit is being used for WiFi capabilities and storage, is that correct? How did you arrive at that decision and would you recommend anything different for other places considering a mobile unit or re-purposing a mobile unit?
other guidelines for testing like temperature , other Sxs plus risk? what happens to the results?
What EHR are you using to track all those tested?
Yesterday, Dr. Jay Butler shared the people who are actually the most contagious are the ones who are asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic. If you wait until they have a fever to actually test them, then doesn’t that mean they have the opportunity to infect more people since they won’t be tested until they have a fever.
please mute your speaker if you are not a presenter. Thank you
Are you having staff self-quarantine based upon asymptomatic positive testing or based upon symptomatic positive testing only?
Are you seeing families or children? If so, who do you approach limited numbers on the van?
Are you providing any services to Migrant, Seasonal workers?
What is L.A. County doing about all the homeless population who are not isolating or distancing themselves? Isn’t this indicative of a second wave of COVID in L.A.?
Can anyone answer: Are there particular licensing credentials to be a screener for Covid-19?
Is Keck participating with any of their mobile units?
Keck in Los Angeles
How are you handle food distribution with people at risk that they don not want to go outside and-or with those COVD-19 positive?
Keck has Mobile units? I know the Med school had one for the Med students... But I hadn't heard that Keck Hospital has any MHV's?
How do you keep the staff protected while distributing food and supplies?
I don’t know for sure on Keck, that’s why I was asking. The dental school has quite a few mobile units but no dental services are being provided now due to COVID and CDC request for only emergency services
We are distributing food and COVID testing simultaneously for a couple of hours.... maintaining distancing but we have some concerns about risk
Any one doing outreach for Migrant and seasonal farm workers?
can volunteers or uncertified vols perform a swab test?
For the drive thru pharmacy. Are those delivering the medication wearing PPE and if so what are they required to wear?
Morehouse School of Medicine, we have a student-run clinic. We are converting to a telehealth service. The students will be paired with faculty member and will do joint sessions with patients still needing care.
We are a small community clinic in DC that provides services through the Mexican, Salvadoran, and Guatemalan consulates for mostly undocumented immigrants and others. The consulates are of course closed. Before the COVID breakout we were exploring a partnership with George Washington U and United Medical Center to use two MHC that have been sitting idled for the past 5 years. We believe that now is the time to get started in testing in a community that is already fearful. My fear is not have a good business plan in place yet and not knowing want I don’t know to get us started. Where can I find a good business plan or resources to get us started?
Does anyone have policies and procedures in place for workers who are put on the front line? If so, are you willing to share?
What are the mobile health units thoughts of homemade masks? Is anyone accepting them and in need?
Are you concerned about asymptomatic positive patients?
Our dental has donated all of our PPE to Keck medical
Cincinnati Children's is using the mobile unit to test employees. We have an algorithm for employees who call a centralized number for HR with COVID-19 systems. Depending on how they answer questions will determine if they are referred to get a test. The mobile is a clean work station. It's now setup for HR to send requisitions directly to the van when an employee calls HR. The van can travel to our satellite locations. We are testing the flow to also do patients.
Good Afternoon All - Thank you for all that you're doing to help during this time. I'm Melissa Thum at Thum Insurance and I just offer that you contact your insurance agent / broker if you're changing your operations due to COVID-19 so the agent/broker can review your coverage. Take care all!
Thank you for organizing this call!
Thank you for setting this up. I appreciate the few new ideas shared.
I agree- thank you so much for this session- very helpful!
Thank you very much for this call!
Caroline Williams, AuD
Thank you for connecting us and sharing ideas!
It would be great if we could get some of the testing protocals
Julieta Gabiola,ABC's for Global Health
Thanks everyone! great sharing and collaboration
This was a very meaningful call. Thanks to all of the presenters.
Thanks so much fo doing this. We will let you know what happens as we roll out testing at our site in Salt Lake City
And yes, thanks so much for this call. It has been beneficial
Thank you very much for all excellent information!! Stay safe and healthy
Thank you for hosting and supporting us all during this time!