Join experts as they explore lessons learned from COVID-19 about managing public health data to combat the spread of disease.
Local, state, and federal governments rapidly built a public health data infrastructure throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The data from all jurisdictions is critical to continuing effective pandemic responses.
Data on supply chain organization and performance should be considered a key component of public health data as we continue to learn from the pandemic and plan for future public health crises.
Beth Blauer was invited to testify before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s health subcommittee regarding her experience with COVID-19 and the role data can play in shaping more equitable responses in the future.
Dr. Odis Johnson Jr. discusses the need for detailed metrics on students in order to best provide resources and determine school opening policies that support all aspects of a child’s learning: health, safety, and education.
Continuity of education has been one of the most debated issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. But school data has been too vague to provide the best information to support effective decisions by families and education officials.
Dr. Brian Garibaldi explains how the additional pressure and resources resulting from COVID-19 led to innovations in precision medicine and how those improvements will continue to help patients with non-COVID illnesses in the future.
Machine learning technology helps medical staff at Johns Hopkins hospitals predict which patients are most likely to experience severe COVID-19