Configure Coronavirus Health Screening

In this topic, you will learn how to configure the Coronavirus Health Screening solution to meet specific needs in your organization.

Load screening locations

Screening locations must be loaded into the HealthScreenings feature layer before using the Health Screening Dashboard. The ScreeningLocationsSource.csv file included with the solution can be used to organize your screening locations before loading into ArcGIS.

To load your screening locations from the ScreeningLocationsSource.csv file, complete the steps below:

  1. Sign in to your ArcGIS organization and browse to the ScreeningLocationsSource item.
  2. On the items page, click Download.
  3. There are two fields in the CSV file, location and capacity, that match the Locations table in the HealthScreenings feature layer.
  4. Edit the CSV file and provide your list of screening locations and their capacity.
  5. In your ArcGIS organization, browse to the HealthScreenings feature layer.
  6. On the items page, click Update Data > Append Data to Layer.
  7. Under Filename, choose your ScreeningLocationsSource.csv file.
  8. Click Upload and Continue.
  9. From Choose the layer that you wish to append data into, choose Locations.
  10. Uncheck Update existing features.
  11. Click Show field matching to map the fields.
    Note:

    If the capacity field isn't available as a Match Field option, check the CSV file to make sure the values in the capacity field are all numbers.

  12. Click Apply Updates.

Update location choice list

The Employee Health Screening and Visitor Health Screening surveys provide a default list of options for the Campus, Building, or Place Name question. You will update this choice list to reflect the locations you loaded into the HealthScreenings feature layer in the previous steps.

  1. Install ArcGIS Survey123 Connect.
  2. Start ArcGIS Survey123 Connect and sign in to your ArcGIS Online account.
  3. Click Employee Health Screening to download the survey.
    Note:

    The Employee Health Screening survey is an example. The steps below are the same for the Visitor Health Screening survey.

  4. Click Employee Health Screening again to open the survey.
  5. In the left pane, click Open XLSForm Spreadsheet.
  6. In the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, click the choices tab. The location list defines the choices for the Campus, Building, or Place Name question.
  7. Update the list to reflect the locations you loaded in the previous steps.
  8. Save the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and preview your changes in ArcGIS Survey123 Connect.
  9. In Survey123 Connect, click Publish in the left pane to publish your changes.

Extend health screening surveys

The Coronavirus Health Screening solution includes a series of surveys (Employee Health Screening, Visitor Health Screening, Temperature Check) that can be used by an employee, contractor, or visitor to self-report coronavirus symptoms or contact before entering a facility or location.

Review the preconfigured questions and adjust as necessary to remain in compliance with your organizational policies and any applicable laws. The screening surveys do not record any of the responses to the health-related questions and are only used to determine the result of the screening.

Add additional fields

The health screening surveys leverage a series of views created from the HealthScreenings feature layer. Organizations may want to modify the Employee Health Screening, Visitor Health Screening, and Temperature Check surveys by first adding new fields to the feature layers and then configuring the surveys to use the newly created fields. When doing so, the new fields must be exposed in the appropriate views.

When adding new questions, consider if you need to store the answer when the survey is submitted. For example, the health question responses are not stored with the feature layer and don't require a field.

To add one or more fields to a layer and update the views, complete the following steps:

  1. Add a new field to a layer in the HealthScreenings hosted feature layer.
  2. Browse to the view in your contents.
  3. Click the Open in Map View drop-down arrow and click Add to new map.
  4. Click More Options More Options on the appropriate layer or table, click Set View Definition, and click Define Fields.
  5. Scroll to the newly created field and check the box. Click Apply.

    The new field is added to the view’s definition.

Modify health screening surveys

To modify a Coronavirus Health Screening survey, complete the following steps:

  1. Install ArcGIS Survey123 Connect.
  2. Start ArcGIS Survey123 Connect and sign in to your ArcGIS Online organization.
  3. Click Employee Health Screening to download the survey.
    Note:

    The Employee Health Screening survey is an example. The steps below are the same for the Visitor Health Screening and Temperature Check surveys.

  4. Click Employee Health Screening again to open the survey.
  5. In the left pane, click Open XLSForm Spreadsheet.
  6. Revise the survey to reflect your health screening needs.
  7. Save the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and preview your changes in Survey123 Connect.
  8. In Survey123 Connect, click Publish in the left pane to publish your changes.

Self-report temperature

Health screenings typically involve a temperature check before an individual is permitted to enter a facility. By default, the Coronavirus Health Screening solution assumes a health screener will perform the temperature check, record the result, and admit or turn away the individual based on the result. Some organizations may choose to have employees or visitors perform their own temperature checks and record the result using the original health screening survey. This eliminates the need for a health screener to perform a temperature check before entering the facility.

To enable employees or visitors to report their temperature in the health screening survey, complete the following steps:

  1. Install ArcGIS Survey123 Connect.
  2. Start ArcGIS Survey123 Connect and sign in to your ArcGIS organization.
  3. Click Employee Health Screening to download the survey.
    Note:

    The steps below can also be used to modify the Visitor Health Screening survey.

  4. Click Employee Health Screening again to open the survey.
  5. In the left pane, click Open XLSForm Spreadsheet.
  6. In the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, find the ask_temperature question in the third row, column B (name).
  7. Scroll to the right to column J (default) and change the text from No to Yes for this row.
  8. Save the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and preview your changes in Survey123 Connect.
    Note:

    After you answer no to the three COVID-19 symptom and contact questions, a new question asking for your temperature is now required.

  9. In Survey123 Connect, click Publish in the left pane to publish your changes.

Remove the temperature check list from the dashboard

When the health screening survey is configured to ask the employee or visitor for their temperature, the temperature check list in the screening dashboard no longer applies and can be removed.

  1. Sign in to your ArcGIS organization and browse to the Health Screening Dashboard.
  2. On the items page, click Edit Dashboard.
  3. Hover over the upper left corner of the Temperature Check element and click Delete.
  4. In the Delete Element window, click Delete.
  5. Click the Save button to save the dashboard.