Data is an asset to fight the spread of COVID-19. Data scientists and analysts use COVID-19 data to inform decisions that save lives. But the United States has struggled with managing the new high volumes of data from 6,000 hospitals and 50 states. The CDC has an aging system, and the Health and Human Services Agency, who’s responsible for this data, is not really addressing some of the core problems.
Paul Balas embarked on a project to assess the state of COVID-19 data. He will share his work and his findings in this session. Join us and you will learn about: