Press Release: Health and Human Services Awards TeleTracking with Six-Month Task Order for Continued COVID-19 Capacity Reporting

“The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded TeleTracking a 6-month task order to continue collecting and reporting COVID-19 and health system capacity data from hospital and health systems across the United States. Since March 2020, TeleTracking has worked with the federal government to quickly provide public health officials with COVID-19 data consistently and transparently through HHS Protect. The collaboration has yielded greater visibility into the entire healthcare system which has empowered health experts to make better decisions about patient access and care…”

“TeleTracking led the data collection process for HHS Protect with a commercially available software solution that equipped health officials and policy makers with high-quality, accessible, and timely data about COVID-19 throughout the pandemic.”

“This data provides nationwide visibility into important response areas such as hospital capacity, hospitalization levels, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) supplies, therapeutics usage, vaccinations, and staffing, as well as insight into critical capacity and supply issues. This information has helped inform the federal government’s decisions on where and how to mobilize resources to assist on the front lines of pandemic response.” Read the full press release here.

Source: Health and Human Services Awards TeleTracking with Six-Month Task Order for Continued COVID-19 Capacity Reporting — April 6, 2021. TeleTracking.

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