Organized by MITRE, it is a private sector led coalition of healthcare, tech companies, nonprofits, startups & academia sharing real-time data, best practices, and clinical expertise to inform decisions on healthy populations, COVID-19 risk, and different healthcare delivery systems.
An NIH-funded curated literature hub separated categorically for tracking COVID-19 related research. It provides central access to over 4605 relevant articles in PubMed.
Novel coronavirus reports from the CDC highlighting public health information and recommendations.
A GIS-based tool created by Columbia University’s department of epidemiology in partnership with Mt. Sinai that shows projected US county-level demand of severe COVID-19 cases and supply estimates of hospital critical care beds, including ICU beds and other hospital beds that could be made available for critical care, under various scenarios of hospital response to patient surges.
US and global-based COVID-19 maps and critical trends data based on data from the World Health Organization, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, local media reports, and local health departments.
Projections of infection, hospitalization, and ventilator needs developed by Predictive Healthcare at Penn Medicine to assist hospitals and public health officials with hospital capacity planning.
The Mental Health App Guide Designed With You In Mind. One Mind PsyberGuide is a non-profit project that aims to help people to use technology to live a mentally healthier life through evaluation of mental health apps.
A site of resources for coping and emotional health has been developed for the benefit of our whole community – UCSF staff, faculty, students, patients, providers, Bay Area families, and the public at large.
A research collaboration led by the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative, Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Global Health and MIT Lincoln Laboratory to enhance and inform contact tracing efforts which also support the Apple/Google contact tracing project/app.
A Google website about the Google/Apple contact tracing project, including an FAQ, and multiple technical specification documents. (Subject to change)
Free e-book available for download about ethics and governance surrounding contact tracing created by the Johns Hopkins Project on Ethics and Governance of Digital Contact Tracing Technologies. The project efforts have been led by Dr. Jeffrey Kahn of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics.