KeyReply Launches COVID-19 Assessment Module
Essential Information For All Citizens
Specially designed for Governments, Clinics, Hospitals and Companies.
KeyReply understands the immense stress the COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted on healthcare systems all over the world.
Although credible information from authorities is readily available, many of us still have concerns we need addressed. This is made worse by fake news circulating around us.
We at KeyReply have been working relentlessly to create a COVID-19 Assessment Module.
- Perform self assessments. This will free up clinicians' time to focus on those who have been infected
- Know the right action to take. Seek medical attention, self-quarantine or observe and take precautions
- Inform your healthcare provider so to allow them to make timely preparations
- Get real-time statistics and credible news specific to your country
- Obtain credible advice on how to protect yourself
How does the COVID-10 Assessment Module work?
KeyReply uses state-of-the-art AI technology to assess users' queries. We employ a clear rule based logic for self assessment to ensure accurate responses.
How much does it cost?
Nothing. KeyReply believes that this is an important time to share our technology for good. You only cover hosting and set up (if customization is required).
How updated is the information?
Statistics and news are updated real time as the governments around the world report them.
Whom is this for?
Any organization - healthcare, governments, NGOs, private companies and more. As long as your organization is able to reach out and help educate more people, this is for you.
How do I install it?
KeyReply will provide a simple widget code that your webmaster can embed on your website within minutes.
Alternatively, KeyReply can also deploy it via Facebook Messenger or other Instant Messaging channels like WhatsApp.
How long does installation take?
It can take as fast as a 1 hour or less, depending on how much customization you require.
What is the assessment criteria based on?
It is based on guidelines by WHO and CDC.
What languages does it support?
Currently, the supported languages are English and Bahasa Indonesia.
Get The Coronavirus Assessment Module Today