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COVID Command Center

For surge prediction, AI triage, and critical decisioning

We’re utilizing multiple components of our AI platform to organize large amounts of COVID-related data from public and proprietary sources in order to create essential insights and inform high-level strategic decision making.

COVID Command Center

For surge prediction, AI triage, and critical decisioning

We’re utilizing multiple components of our AI platform to organize large amounts of COVID-related data from public and proprietary sources in order to create essential insights and inform high-level strategic decision making.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a surge in demand for care givers and uncertainty for cities, states, and employers. As federal and state governments, employers, and executives are looking to data to inform plans that support the health of their constituents/employees, and the timing implications of re-opening/returning to the office, they need real-time and actionable insights. COVID-19 has affected us all, but many variables influence regional situations. By seamlessly collating and visualizing this information, we help simplify decision making.

Introducing COVID Command Center

We are utilizing multiple components of our AI platform to organize large amounts of COVID- related data from public and proprietary sources, including clinical, social, and economic insights to assist high-level strategic decision making. The CloudMedx COVID suite of tools work together systematically to provide a hyper-focused, big picture insights as a result.

1. C19 Explorer 

  • Identify regions of outbreak from public health, hospital, economy, and social perspectives
  • Identify high risk and vulnerable populations at National, State, and Local levels to determine clinical, social determinants, joblessness, alcohol and substance abuse impact on these regions
  • Facilitate contact tracing, patient guidance, and aid to at-risk population

Please try it out at https://c19explorer.io/

2. C19 Privilege 

  • Predict needs, balance and prioritize hospital and geographic resources to prepare based on current and future surge prediction models
  • Evaluate layers of economic and societal factors for any region
  • Create scenarios for hospitals, employers, and governments for reopening or reclosing

Please contact us for a free trial access to the C19 Privilege Site

For AI Insights and Analytics  

C19 Explorer identifies high risk regions to stratify areas based on risk severity, adverse outcomes, and population vulnerabilities. The system analyzes key components of demographics, population density, virus case load, and other variables to present:

  • Color coding based on risk levels (high, medium, low) with respect to preparedness across public, hospital, and economy 
  • Comorbidity analysis and population vulnerabilities 
  • Resource allocation and state guidance 

For risk assessment, scenario planning and resource optimization

In C19 Privilege, we combine disparate data that is publicly available with client’s datasets in a password protected dashboard that is only accessible by clients. This combines the powerful models customized to each client’s unique datasets and geographies to assist them in their decision making process using visualizations to these complex scenarios. In the case of the COVID-19 Pandemic, institutions of various kinds share the burden of when to reopen and potentially when to reclose. Embedded in Decision Point, the GIS (Geographic Information System) Tool aims to improve operational efficiency by:

    • Monitoring Regional Trends: Predicting surges, disease hot zones, areas to avoid
    • Information on joblessness, economic key performance indicators, and social determinants of health 
    • Capacity planning, resource allocation, and staffing – “where to open office, when, how” along with how they can be adjusted for surge
    • Return to work Scenario Builder and Mobilization: A centralized dashboard that assists with resource mobilization, personnel movement, and staged return to work scenarios to protect the at-risk population