How Data Can Manage Global Health Pandemics: Analyzing and Understanding Covid-19 (Himss Book) (Paperback)

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This book bridges the fields of health care and data to clarify how to use data to manage pandemics. Written while COVID-19 was raging, it identifies both effective practices and misfires, and is grounded in clear, research-based explanations of pandemics and data strategy....The author has written an essential book for students and professionals in both health care and data. While serving the needs of academics and experts, the book is accessible for the general reader.

- Eileen Forrester, CEO of Forrester Leadership Group, Author of CMMI for Services, Guidelines for Superior Service

...Rupa Mahanti explores the connections between data and the human response to the spread of disease in her new book, ... She recognizes the value of data and the kind of insight it can bring, while at the same time recognizing that using data to solve problems requires not just technology, but also leadership and courage. This is a book for people who want to better understand the role of data and people in solving human problems.

-- Laura Sebastian-Coleman, Author of Meeting the Challenges of Data Quality Management

In contrast to the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic which occurred in a non-digital age, the timing of the COVID-19 pandemic intersects with the digital age, characterized by the collection of large amounts of data and sophisticated technologies. Data and technology are being used to combat this digital age pandemic in ways that were not possible in the pre-digital age.

Given the adverse impacts of pandemics in general and the COVID-19 pandemic in particular, it is imperative that people understand the meaning, origin of pandemics, related terms, trajectory of a new disease, butterfly effect of contagious diseases, factors governing the pandemic potential of a disease, strategies to combat a pandemic, role of data, data sharing, data strategy, data governance, analytics, and data visualization in managing pandemics, pandemic myths, critical success factors in managing pandemics, and lessons learned. How Data Can Manage Global Health Pandemics: Analyzing and Understanding COVID-19 discusses these elements with special reference to COVID-19.

Dr. Rupa Mahanti is a business and data consultant and has expertise in different data management disciplines, business process improvement, regulatory reporting, quality management, and more. She is the author of Data Quality (ASQ Quality Press) and the series Data Governance: The Way Forward (Springer).

About the Author


Rupa Mahanti is a Business and Information Management consultant with extensive and diversified consulting experience in different solution environments, industry sectors, and geographies (United States, United Kingdom, India, and Australia). She has expertise in different information management disciplines, business process improvement, regulatory reporting, and more. Her research interests include quality management, information management, software engineering, empirical study, environmental management, simulation and modeling and more. With a work experience that spans industry, academics, and research, Rupa has guided a doctoral dissertation, published a large number of research articles, and is the author of the books--Data Quality, Data Governance and Compliance, Data Governance and Data Management, Data Governance Success, Data Humour, and Thoughts. She is an Associate Editor with the journal Software Quality Professional and a reviewer for several international journals.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781032220246
ISBN-10: 1032220244
Publisher: Productivity Press
Publication Date: May 9th, 2022
Pages: 178
Language: English
Series: Himss Book