Public health professionals must conduct clinical case augmentation, surveillance, contact tracing, and risk communication for known and suspected cases of COVID-19 but often lack access to critical clinical information to support their efforts
Medical providers in non-routine care settings such as surge facilities, quarantine sites, and triage centers must provide well-informed, high quality care without the IT infrastructure of a typical hospital
PULSE COVID allows verified users (e.g., public health authorities and clinical providers) to find and view electronic patient health and medication histories from across national health information exchange networks.
Through a simple search, users can access and view clinical care documents. This may include medications, allergies, diagnoses, lab results, and other relevant information to augment clinical care, identify patient comorbidities, and fill in gaps tied to patient health or demographic characteristics.