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By focusing on mortality rates among racial and ethnic minorities, Penn State researchers found that the privacy-enhancing data technique caused undercounting in rural areas and overcounting in cities.
To avoid the perils of individual-level monitoring systems, cities must focus on how to leverage technology that enables the collection, analysis and reporting of data while protecting privacy.
Maps and red-yellow-green indicators for key indicators give decision-makers a structured understanding of how a state or county is performing.
An app that helps volunteers count of homeless populations has been adapted to perform health and wellness checks on people experiencing homelessness during the coronavirus pandemic.
To secure criminal, medical and financial data for about 4,500 inmates across several facilities, the Delaware Department of Correction relies on a solid data protection strategy.
Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate has developed a predictive modeling tool that shows how fast SARS-CoV-2 will decay on hard surfaces under a range of temperature and humidity conditions.
COVIDScholar includes tools that pick up subtle clues like similar drugs or research methodologies to recommend relevant research to scientists, saving them valuable time.
DOD technology officials blasted a FCC decision to allow a commercial wireless firm to come online despite possible interference with GPS transmissions.
To modernize IT operations, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development will tap into GSA's Centers of Excellence team of cloud adoption, data and analytics experts.
Pooling data from the digital records systems in thousands of hospitals has proved a technical nightmare, largely because software built by rival technology firms often cannot retrieve and share information to help doctors judge which coronavirus treatments are helping patients recover.
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