GHR Reporting Capabilities in the Public Sector

Barbie Hunley: In general, Infor has incredible reporting capabilities. While a multitude of reports are actually delivered within the system, it also has the capability to extract data into an Excel spreadsheet. One of the great things about GHR is the visibility that managers have into their own employees' data, where they can run a report to see who in their group has a vaccination or has been given a face shield, ect. Anyone who is an administrator can use these company-wide reports, which would be some of the ones that might go to the executive team, the auditors, or the state, depending upon the requirements that your individual district may have.

The sheer multitude of reporting capabilities within GHR allows public sector entities to not only audit this information, which is incredibly important, but also ensure that they can keep their employees safe and track if they have the necessary tools to do so. Being able to take advantage of that reporting capability and tracking can really allow public sector entities to be successful, especially as we continue on through this pandemic since we really don't know what the next chapter might look like.

Ariane Silva: We talked a little bit about how you can set up a health component for the COVID-19 vaccine, but depending on your specific requirements, there are some other things within the system that we could do in order to track a specific component. Let's say I want to track not just if my employees got vaccinated, but what vaccine that they took. There are some different ways you could use actions. You could build an additional field within the system and make it mandatory when the employee is going through the process of completing that health requirement. Additionally, if it is a vaccine that requires two doses, I want to make sure that the employee is getting both of them. I could possibly create a renewal or a health series to define when that first shot was completed and then the system would still have that item open and for the second dose.

Those are just some of the things that you would be able to track, depending on different requirements. The system provided you with visibility of the whole process. Going back to the reporting capabilities that Barbie just mentioned, you will be able to see the progress for your whole population. This means you will be able to see how many employees have had their first dose, how many are already completed, and in the case that someone rejects it, when and why they did that. Those are the different elements that we can add into the system in order to make this tracking process easier for the companies, which is why I believe occupational health has a lot of beneficial functionalities when it comes to employee records.

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