California Charter Schools will use Blockchain enabled app to track COVID-19

California Charter Schools will use Blockchain enabled app to track COVID-19

The Collaborative Charter Services Organization announced today it will implement a Blockchain-based system for tracking COVID-19 infections among teachers, support staff, and students.

This is doing as part of a frantic attempt for schools to try and get back to in-person instruction.

The app in question is Team.Care Network, an app designed by blockchain healthcare infrastructure firm Solve.Care.

The app tracks the individual health and wellbeing of members across the educational community and will begin with on-site staff before expanding to teachers and students as they return to school in person.

First, the rollout will include California Pacific Charter Schools in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Sonoma counties.

It will also include MY Academy in Orange, Riverside, San Diego, and Imperial counties, and the organization’s home office in San Marcos.

The app, which is California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) compliant,  will enable administrators to get insights and make decisions based on analytics, allowing them to swiftly remediate any new Covid cases that may occur.

From Solve.Care CEO Pradeep Goel:

“Team.Care Network was a direct response to COVID-19 for the workplace where there was an immediate need to protect the workforce. But it is more than that.  It is a workforce engagement solution for organizations to ensure their workforce remain engaged, motivated, productive and healthy in the new normal, even after we emerge from the pandemic.”

“In recent years, Californians have shown their commitment to protecting citizens’ privacy rights though the introduction of a welcome range of new policies in the state such as the California Consumer Privacy Act  (CCPA) and the very recently passed California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Now, in the first application of blockchain technology in a day-to-day school setting, public California charter schools can create a safer space for students and staff while ensuring data privacy concerns are addressed through our privacy-preserving blockchain-based application,”

This is an interesting use of Blockchain technology and since the entire world is grappling with this pandemic, there will definitely be more Covid-19 related apps on the horizon.

We will of course cover those as we find them…

About Solve.Care

Solve.Care is a global healthcare company that redefines care coordination, improves access to care, reduces benefit administration costs, and helps reduce fraud and waste in healthcare around the world. The Solve.Care platform creates ecosystems called Care Networks for patient-centric care based on medical conditions, economic and social needs, and other tailored eligibility criteria. It is also the first company in the world to successfully deploy digital currency and blockchain technology for value-based healthcare payments. It is a multiple award-winning company, receiving accolades such as: ‘Most Innovative Blockchain Project Award’ at the Blockchain Life 2019 Forum, ‘Top Innovative Blockchain Solution’ and ‘Top Outstanding Project’ at the 2019 World Blockchain Awards, BRI’s ‘Industry Solution of the Year 2020’, SSOW Impact Awards’ ‘Technology of the Year 2020’, and many more. For more information, please visit

About The Collaborative Charter Services Organization

The Collaborative Charter Services Organization functions to provide administrative support to California charter schools in the execution of effective and efficient board governance; parent, student, and community engagement; human resources, payroll, and benefits; instruction, admission, assessment, compliance and accountability; LCAP, SARC, and WASC special projects; and special education services. The charter schools which The Collaborative serves are, California Pacific Charter Schools, Excel Academy Charter Schools, Motivated Youth Academy, Pathways Academy Adult Education, and Sage Oak Charter Schools. Collectively, they serve students in 15 counties, which are Sonoma, Marin, Lake, Solano, Contra Costa, Napa and Mendocino in Northern California, and Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura In Southern California.

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