Q&A: Model helps health systems prepare COVID-19 responses

CDC data show that as of April 9, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic within the United States has been uneven. For example, New York and Texas each have thousands of cases, while Montana and Wyoming have only several hundred cases. Such fluctuations and the rapid spread of the disease are some of the factors that have made it challenging for health care systems to predict how many supplies they will need to help patients.Earlier this year, when Italy and China were dominating the COVID-19 headlines, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and Penn Medicine Predictive HealthcareRead More

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