Researchers collaborate on real-time data platform for COVID-19 and beyond

A consortium of Australian research groups is building a real-time clinical data and analytics platform (CDAP) that provides nationally available real-time analytics on the progression of COVID-19 to severe disease.

Funded by $4 million from the Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre, the data will be sourced from electronic case report forms, COVID-19 relevant EMR and GP data, third-party symptom tracking apps and electronic patient reported outcome data.

It will then be fed into a decision support tool based on Bayesian decision networks and returned to the clinician at the point of care through a web interface.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Digital Health CRC, COVID-19

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