Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Unusable and unused vaccine systems hinder Biden’s COVID-19 response
A multidisciplinary team is needed to ensure equitable last-mile vaccine delivery and immunization reporting in real-time through multiple systems.
HHS seeks formal approval for emergency COVID-19 portal
The HHS Teletracking COVID-19 Portal was introduced in July as a way for about 5,500 hospitals to directly report requested data on the virus.
Biden’s COVID-19 strategy promises data-driven response, improved IT interoperability
Data support teams will help states and localities struggling to provide timely, reliable data on the virus' spread.
COVID-19 relief bill includes $62.4M for interoperable public health data systems
Efforts to track the coronavirus' spread have been hampered by a lack of interoperability between federal and state and local public health department, laboratory and care provider systems.
Open data: A critical tool for the new administration’s COVID-19 strategy
In a contributed op-ed, members of the Center for Open Data Enterprise give recommendations for ways the next administration can use social determinants of health data to fight COVID-19.
CDC wants a cloud platform to centralize COVID-19 testing data
The agency issued an RFI looking for companies or organizations that could provide a cloud-based capability to centralize testing data for the pandemic.