The COVID-19 pandemic has uncovered the need for greater transparency and interoperability of clinical data to drive increasingly complicated public health initiatives. However, challenges with data quality, unadhered-to standards, and silos imposed by communication gaps within states and nationally limit the ability to gain real-time population insights on critical vaccination data, COVID-19 test results, as well as medical and demographic documentation from providers and hospital settings.
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WHITEPAPER: Harnessing Data for a Healthier Future: Overcoming Fragmentation to Improve Pandemic Response, Care Outcomes, and Equity
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