Improving Healthcare During COVID-19 through Analytics

How can we use data and models to predict trends, improve care, and better manage the spread of diseases?

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Data & Business Analytics
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Professor Carri Chan has collaborated with several leading hospitals to provide insights into COVID-19 response planning. Using data analytics and mathematical models, Professor Chan developed evidence-based approaches regarding how to manage healthcare delivery in resource-constrained environments. One year after the global onset of the COVID-19, Professor Chan discusses healthcare analytics, and how we can use data and models to predict trends, improve care, and better manage the spread of diseases.

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