Is Wellness AI the prescription to fight COVID-19?
COVID-19 has trained the spotlight – yet again – on Charles Darwin’s “survival of the fittest”.
According to a McKinsey report, no event since World War II has caused an economic downturn of “quite such scale or scope.” The coronavirus pandemic may now be at, or nearing, its peak in many US states, but the threat persists in the absence of a vaccine, which seems unlikely until the second half of 2021.
In the meantime, businesses are suffering. The need for a reset means decision makers must make the right choices and turn the many challenges into lasting change.
Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species theory states it is “the species that survives is the one that is able best to adapt and adjust to the changing environment in which it finds itself.”
Adapting to changing circumstances is the need of the hour.
Could Wellness AI be just what the doctor ordered? Powered by data and technology, the integrated solution helps decision makers safely operate businesses, drive productivity, and boost revenue. Executives and supervisors can manage businesses and employees by balancing health, infection, and revenue through continued monitoring of changes in key metrics like:
It’s clear that we haven’t seen the last of COVID-19 yet. With the pandemic peaking in some markets and stabilizing in others, enterprises and decision makers must focus on recovery and reinvention to “survive, revive, and thrive”.
Wellness AI uses data sources as inputs to provide reporting and analytics. Take a look at how we are assisting the manufacturing community through Wellness AI.
Amid changing circumstances, Wellness AI can help decision makers outmaneuver uncertainty by course correcting - reviewing presumptions, re-assessing situations, and strengthening the ability to observe and respond.
Now, more than ever, businesses and leaders need to meld an approach that promotes workforce resilience and plans for a better, brighter future.
Wellness AI can do just that: protect employees, businesses and make bottom lines healthier.