Physician Practice

A year of COVID-19 data: Lessons learned

Medical Environment Update, July 15, 2021

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by Matt Phillion

If a year of COVID-19 could be said to have any positives, one is the immense amount of data the pandemic has generated for the healthcare industry. That data has been both vast and valuable, and resulted from a wide array of resources, including medication management solutions.

Researchers have begun to dig into the results of this data collection and identified trends that have helped them understand mortality rates during the pandemic and beyond. BD recently published two papers on specific data discoveries during COVID-19, and Kalvin Yu, MD, FIDSA, senior medical director with BD, discusses some of the key takeaways from that research.

“We try to pick topics that are germane to our end users—clinicians—but also tie it to public health,” says Yu.

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