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Harness Evidence to Guide Your COVID-19 Response

The COVID-19 pandemic and the coordinated policy response playing out in real time around the globe are unprecedented. Evidence can help light the path forward.

Together with our partners, we’re applying our collective knowledge and experience at the intersection of data, analytics, policy, and practice to help decision makers plan a COVID-19 response that is effective and equitable. See examples of our scalable services and Evidence and Insights below, but check back often, as new content is added regularly.

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Supporting Communities

Building Vaccine Confidence

Efforts to get shots into arms must carefully and authentically engage communities to increase acceptance and confidence. Building trust through transparent communication and mobilized communities lays a foundation for achieving these objectives.

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COVID-19 Services

Progress is best made together.

Learn how you can partner with Mathematica to scale response to COVID-19, guide recovery, and build resilience. Working together, you’ll be well-prepared to make quick, evidence-based decisions that are responsive to your unique circumstances.

COVID-19 Services

COVID-19 Services

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Public Health Data Analysis

Public Health Data Analysis

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Workforce Planning and Response

Workforce Planning and Response

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School Planning and Response

School Planning and Response

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Learn more about School Planning and Response

Our COVID-19 Policy and Program Subject Matter Experts

Topic Points of Contact
Adult education Peter Schochet
Behavioral health Crystal Blyler
Case investigation and contact tracing Candace MillerJason MarkesichHolly Matulewicz
Child welfare Matt StagnerRoseana BessAllon Kalisher
Childcare and early education Cleo Jacobs Johnson
Data resources Alex Bohl, Matt Gillingham
Data science and visualization Ravi Goyal, Cindy HuTara Merry, Lauren Amos 
Distance learning Steven Malick, Felicia Hurwitz
Equitable access to services in food security, income support, and early childhood care Andrew Burwick
Long-term care facilities Noelle Denny-Brown, Patricia Rowan, Debra Lipson
Medicaid 1115 waivers Maggie Samra
Primary care Diane Rittenhouse, Paul Shattuck
Reemployment strategies Dana Rotz, Sheena McConnell, Annalisa Mastri
Serving families and individuals virtually Michelle Derr
SNAP and other nutrition assistance for children, families, and older adults Rachel Frisk, James MabliKaren Cunnyngham
Special education, students with disabilities Stephen Lipscomb
Spread and burden Boyd Gilman, Aparna Keshaviah 
State health response Sule Gerovich
Students’ social and emotional needs Tim Kautz, Elizabeth Cavadel
Substance use Brigitte Manteuffel
TANF Annalisa Mastri, Michelle Derr
Trauma-informed care Joe Baker
Under-resourced schools, equity issues Brian Gill, Chris Ross
Unemployment insurance Karen Needels, Brittany English, Bill Borden
Value sets and taxonomies Michelle Roozeboom-Baker, Julia Baller
Wastewater testing Aparna Keshaviah, John Stern

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