Spring is a wonderful season to get outside and enjoy the warmer weather. As more individuals get vaccinated, engaging in activities outside of the home will become safer.
Help your local public health officials and emergency managers to return to their “normal” life of preparing and protecting your community for the next event.
In an effort to combat COVID-19, vaccinations are underway in the United States. IEM’s COVID-19 vaccination models shed some light on this challenge.
Remote work during the pandemic has raised concerns over how data is used and what practices can be implemented to protect it.
JHU Spotlight Series – COVID-19 and Seasonal Influenza: Preparing Hospitals and Vaccinating Patients, Part II
Part 2 of Dr. Rashid Chotani’s presentation on hospital preparedness for seasonal influenza patients and an increase in COVID-19 patients and vaccine access and the anti-vax movement.
The 2020-2021 flu season is expected to be particularly strenuous on health care facilities as it is compounded with the current COVID-19 pandemic. This year it is very important to get the flu shot to prevent the spread of the virus and to minimize the additional strain on local health care systems.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Crimson Contagion Exercise (a pandemic influenza scenario) required synthetic data on pandemic cases for the players to be able to analyze epidemiological and contract tracing efforts.
IEM’s COVID-19 Projection Dashboard integrates AI and GIS technologies to forecast or predict new coronavirus cases across the country by applying AI and machine learning to confirmed coronavirus cases at the state and county level.