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Nine months ago, the U.S. government launched an ambitious project to accelerate the development and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostic testing. To aid in that effort, Oracle built a National Electronic Health Records Database plus a suite of Public Health Management Applications to help U.S. public health agencies and healthcare providers collect and analyze data related to COVID-19.
“Now that safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines are starting to be distributed, managing this complex logistical process quickly and efficiently is imperative; lives literally depend on it.”
The Oracle Public Health Management System makes it easy for every person who receives a COVID-19 vaccination to use a smartphone or computer to report side effects, such as injection site pain or a headache. Every patient receiving a COVID-19 vaccine can directly communicate with healthcare professionals, so they can better understand how different patients respond to different vaccines.
“Providing healthcare workers with better tools to fight this pandemic has been one of the most important things Oracle has ever done.”
Oracle’s Public Health Management System’s Provider Order Portal, built specifically for the U.S. government, enables authorized federal suppliers to order multiple vaccines, and enables vaccine providers to manage inventory and fulfill orders based on availability. Providers will also be able to manage deliveries and ensure receipt of each shipment meets each vaccine’s specific requirements, such as different temperatures for cold storage.
In partnership with the Tony Blair Institute, the exact same Oracle National EHR Cloud System was used to manage the distribution of Yellow Fever Vaccine in Africa. Over 70,000 people in Ghana were vaccinated during the first week of that program.
The Oracle National EHR Cloud will serve as the CDC’s central data repository for all vaccination data in the U.S. This “national clearing house” system will receive data from all U.S. jurisdictions administering vaccinations. Anonymized vaccination data (a version of the data where all patient names and identifiers have been removed to protect patient privacy) will be used for analysis and reporting by authorized agencies and organizations.
Last month, in partnership with the Tony Blair Institute, the exact same Oracle National EHR Cloud System was used to manage the distribution of Yellow Fever vaccine in Africa. Over 70,000 people in Ghana were vaccinated during the first week of the program. We are currently in discussions with dozens of countries around the world to modernize their national public health infrastructure and enable efficient COVID-19 vaccine distribution, therapeutic monitoring, and diagnostic testing.
Oracle’s National EHR Cloud and Public Health Applications can be used to manage vaccination programs, therapeutics distribution, and diagnostic testing for any disease anywhere in the world—this is just the beginning.
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