|Wake Forest Baptist Health||WakeMed|
|Atrium Health||New Hanover|
|Vidant Health||Campbell University|
|MedStar Health||University of Mississippi Medical Center|
|New Orleans area health network - Tulane University site|
|University of Maryland School of Medicine/ University of Maryland Medical System|
The George Washington University Biostatistics Center serves as the data coordinating center assisting in the planning and advises on the administrative and organizational management of the project. They also provide guidance on data collection and extraction, conduct statistical analyses, and prepares reports on the project.
Vysnova Partners Inc. is a program management firm working directly with the Centers of Disease and Control Prevention (CDC). They are the Prime for the CDC-funded Applied Research contract, “COVID-19 Emerging Public Health Emergency Study.” In collaboration with partnering health systems and institutions, Vysnova provides technical and logistical assistance to support the CDC-funded study. They are also responsible for the overall site coordination, oversight of study activities, and decision making for information sharing and publication.
Oracle is one of the largest enterprise software providers in the world – managing the mission-critical, high-value information that powers the backbone of the global economy across every industry, including healthcare. Working with the U.S. HHS and CDC, Oracle built and provided a patient monitoring system that has been made available to all healthcare systems to gather data from their subscribers/members around symptom tracking, laboratory test results, and more. By asking members to report symptoms even before they become sick, healthcare administrators can identify early warning signs of potential COVID-19 flareups. The system also aggregates high volumes of testing data to help researchers and policymakers make more informed decisions around the safest time to reopen communities. As of October 1, 2020, there are more than 3.5 million patient updates in the system, with many of those having been entered from a mobile device. To learn more about Oracle’s COVID-19 support efforts, visit: https://bit.ly/3dbDnUt