On-Demand Webinar

Developing Effective COVID-19 Vaccine Analytics

The equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to all that want it is a significant challenge for healthcare providers given the complex supply chain and evolving guidance from regulators. To help providers manage this process, Fusion has developed analytics that will track immunization status (ready, first dose, second dose, immunized and refused), outreach efforts and supply (on-hand, on-order). Join Tableau and Fusion Consulting for a discussion on how we built these analytics. We will discuss our experience with recent clients and share practical advice for success.

About the speakers

Evan Crawford

Evan Crawford

Director of Clinical Informatics - Fusion

Evan Crawford is Fusion’s Director of Clinical Informatics. As a critical care nurse with 10-years of clinical informatics experience, Evan works closely with our clients to design and implement solutions tailored for their unique needs. His experience ranges from enterprise data warehousing to targeted projects focused on specific quality and operational improvement initiatives. Evan’s recent experience includes COVID-19 testing and case management, enhanced recovery after surgery and reducing unwanted care variation.
Evan has an undergraduate degree in Decision Science and Information Systems from the University of Kentucky, an Associates degree in Nursing, and a Masters in Healthcare Informatics. Evan lives with his wife and son in Fort Thomas, Kentucky and is an avid Kentucky basketball fan.


Barry P. Chaiken, MD

Clinical Lead, Healthcare, Tableau

Barry Chaiken, MD, MPH, is the clinical lead at Tableau Healthcare and has more than 25 years of experience in medical research, epidemiology, clinical information technology, and analytics. He is board-certified in general preventive medicine and public health and is a fellow and former board member and chair of HIMSS. As the founder of DocsNetwork Ltd., Chaiken worked on quality improvement studies, health IT clinical transformation projects, and clinical investigations for the National Institutes of Health, UK National Health Service, and Boston University Medical School.

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