The COVID-19 pandemic is straining existing public health processes and workflows. Many community members may be concerned about developing COVID-19. To support community members, we have developed StayHome.
StayHome (https://stayhome.app) is a mobile-friendly web app that supports people who want to track COVID-19 symptoms; link to CDC’s Self-Checker decision support; record at-risk conditions, exposures/contacts/travel or COVID-19 testing/results; and find sources for information. StayHome lets users choose to share identified or anonymous information with public health agencies. The project is described at https://project.stayhome.app, and the button on that page links to the app, which does not require installation. You do not need an account to access information about COVID-19. Create an account to start self-tracking. The app is available for public use. Feel free to share the links.
Developed by the Clinical Informatics Research Group (CIRG) at University of Washington, 2019-2020. Read more about us at https://www.cirg.washington.edu/
The changelog is at https://uwcirg.github.io/stayhome-project/#change-log
StayHome Dashboard Client - Population Health view of StayHome patient users agreeing to share data: https://github.com/uwcirg/stayhome-dashboard (View at http://stayhome-dashboard.cirg.washington.edu/)
Auth proxy: https://github.com/uwcirg/map-api/.
Seed FHIR bundle needed to initialize the app: https://github.com/uwcirg/stayhome-environments
Resources for individuals about COVID-19, organized by topic and geography, and resources to support isolation and quarantine: https://github.com/uwcirg/stayhomeresources (View at https://resources.stayhome.app/)
StayHome makes use of some internal codes as follows.
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