How Many Lives Have The Coronavirus Vaccines Saved? We Used State Data

By Sumedha Gupta, IUPUI CC BY-ND More than 200 million U.S. citizens have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine, with the hope that the vaccines will slow transmission and save lives. Researchers know the effectiveness of vaccines large-scale clinical trials, the gold standard for medical research. Studies have shown that vaccines Very effective in preventing …

Apple Aims to Send Doctors More Patient Data. But Who Can Measure

Sarah Kwon, Kaiser Health News soon apple announced Recently, as part of Apple’s CEO Tim Cook’s transition to healthcare, it will enable doctors to monitor their patients’ health data from their phones and watches between visits. declaration will constitute the company’s greatest contribution to humanity. Since 2014, healthcare systems across the country have partnered with …

Better Data Collection and Coordination When It Comes to Vaccines

Vaccines have been saving lives since the first smallpox vaccine was developed in 1798. For most people, vaccinations are a routine part of life, starting when we’re just born, attending our pediatric checkups to go to school, and continuing with the annual flu. shots and travel requirements. However, recently, vaccines have come to the fore …