Formulating A Data Science Strategy To Understand The Impact Of COVID-19

      Watch a conversation between John D'Agostino and Mathematica on the formation of a data science strategy to understand the short and

      Watch a conversation between John D’Agostino and Mathematica on the formation of a data science strategy to understand the short and medium term social and economic impact of COVID-19.

      For those of you that have attended DMS events in the past, you will have heard representatives from Mathematica present. Mathematica are a top policy research and data analytics provider with a unique insight as a primary U.S. government vendor for analyzing Medicare and Medicaid data. As such, they can provide a unique insight into how data modelling will incorporate COVID-19 over the coming months/years.

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