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Fighting the data war against an endemic

Using data to transform how we all understand COVID-19 from containing the spread of the infection all the way through the prevention and treatment of late effects (Long COVID / Long Haulers).

Vibrent Wins NIH Contract to Develop Powerful New Digital Health Solutions for COVID-19

Vibrent’s Digital Health Solutions Platform to play major role in COVID-19 recovery efforts through smart device integration, privacy protection, health data collection automation and machine learning analysis to enable intelligent contact tracing, screening and at-home testing.

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  • Comprehensive nationwide contact tracing

    Robust contact tracing system with symptom exposure detection and notification.

  • AI-powered automated screening

    Real-time, AI-based risk evaluation mobile app using CDC and NIAID integrated training model.

  • At-home testing of close contacts

    Automated delivery of at-home antigen and PCR test kits for close contacts who are triaged per the screening algorithm.

COVIDsmart - Vibrent Partners with Major Health System and Academic Partners to Fight Long COVID

Vibrent’s Digital Health Solutions Platform to play major role in a broad reaching, nationwide long-hauler COVID-19 research through privacy-protecting data collection encompassing physical health, mental well-being, social and economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on society.

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  • Focus on diversity and disproportionate impacts of COVID

    Unique focus on diverse populations to gain better understanding of current and long-term effects of COVID-19 through the use of novel digital health tools and automated workflows.

  • Close partnership with health system

    Partnership with the Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) and Sentara Healthcare Analytics and Delivery Science Institute (HADSI) to recruit and retain patients.

  • Participant-centric approach

    The study also aims to give back aggregate de-identified study data to participants so they can see how their community has been impacted by the pandemic and provide resources and information to participants to help them understand impacts of the pandemic and inform themselves and their communities.

“Diversity is essential to the relevance and validity of health research, and our goal is to recruit a diverse cohort to provide comprehensive data about how COVID-19 impacts people of all walks of life”

Sunita Dodani, MBBS, PhD Professor of internal medicine at EVMS, director of HADSI, and the lead principal investigator of COVIDsmart study

Vibrent Partners with VCU for Long COVID/Long-Hauler Twins Study

It remains unclear how prevalent long-term symptoms of COVID are, and how genetic and environmental factors influence the development of long-haul COVID. This project will utilize the Mid Atlantic Twin Registry (MATR), a registry of over 55,000 twins, to survey twins on COVID infection across twins and development of long-term symptoms. Ultimately, this project will provide important information on long-haul COVID prevalence and genetic and environmental factors associated with long-haul COVID, which will aid in diagnosis and prevention of the disorder.

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  • Virtual COVID-19 survey

    A virtual COVID-19 survey will be utilized which has been validated by the NIH’s All of Us Research Program which is powered by Vibrent technology.

  • Genetic/environmental impacts of Long COVID

    This project will survey monozygotic and dizygotic twins to provide greater information on the role of genetics and environment in development of long-haul COVID by collecting biomarkers and DNA long-haul patients.

  • Partnership with VCU Long-Haul COVID Clinic

    Twins who have long-haul COVID will be invited to visit a long-haul COVID clinic in Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth University for further evaluation, including genetic testing and inflammatory biomarker testing.

Vibrent Partners with Children’s National for Technology Project for COVID-19 Long Term Effects and Variants

We have partnered with the leading pediatric health system in the Washington, D.C. area for remote monitoring using wirelessly connected devices to collect long-term COVID related data that can enable important long-hauler / Long COVID health informatic.

  • At-home pediatric monitoring

    Real World Data (RWE) - at-home collection of children’s biometrics including temperature, pulse oximetry and blood pressure and electronic health records using mobile apps and wireless medical devices.

  • Long term COVID effects

    Longitudinal monitoring of symptoms using digital surveys and ecological momentary assessments so researchers and doctors can understand the context of the objectively collected biometric data.

  • For children and families

    The novel and leading-edge project augments pediatric care of children and supports the families including ongoing community-related information returned to families via mobile and web app.

Vibrent Powers the Largest Scale Longitudinal COVID Cohort Survey of Underserved Populations

The Covid-19 Participant Experience (COPE) Survey is a response to the NIH All of Us Research Program’s need for data during the current pandemic. Vibrent is the technology backbone of the All of Us Research Program. The survey, which was rapidly developed and fielded in the early stages of the crisis, leverages the more than 325,000 people already known to the program, 80% of whom are among populations not usually studied. That includes those outside of the typical white, middle-class populations and those 50 miles or more removed from a major medical center. 100,000 people have completed at least one of the COPE questionnaires, and 66% of these respondents are members of one or more underrepresented communities.

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  • Long term impacts

    The bulk of the survey addresses how the pandemic is affecting individuals and spans a wide range of topics from mental health about stress and depression, all the way through to questions about how the pandemic is affecting social lives.

  • Genetic / environmental impacts

    The COPE data is expected to foster precision medicine studies that use genetics, medical records data and survey data to and understand the interconnected variables affecting COVID-19 disease progression, long-term effects, and psycho-social impacts.

  • Footprint of history

    The longitudinal COPE survey has been administered by Vibrent during six separate time periods and delivered in both English and Spanish via mobile apps, and web. Vibrent utilizes email, text messages, push notifications, in-app notifications, and postal mail to reach participants and encourage them to share their experiences. In all, 200,000 completed COPE surveys spanning 10 months will provide a long term, robust record of the pandemic’s impacts nationwide.

Vibrent Helps the NIH Collect Critical Electronic Health Records to Fight COVID

To round out its COVID-19 research efforts Vibrent helps the All of Us Research Program rapidly collect relevant information from participants’ electronic health records (EHR). The program is working to standardize EHR information to help researchers look for patterns and learn more about COVID-19 symptoms and associated health problems, as well as the effects of different medicines and treatments.

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  • Novel longitudinal COVID dataset

    More than 200,000 participants have shared their electronic health records with the program so far, offering a rich dataset for analysis. A number of participants have either been diagnosed with COVID-19 or sought health care for related symptoms.

  • Electronic interactive informed consent

    Multi-lingual, user-tested virtual e-consent that was innovated and designed in close collaboration with the NIH and research participants.

  • Standards-based EHR data collection and harmonization

    Integration-based Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Specification makes it possible for participants to share data from any of over 3,000 healthcare data providers.

Vibrent Helps the NIH Remotely Collect Critical Serology Samples Understand COVID Prevalence

Vibrent provides remote at-home saliva collection and return of information back to participants for the NIH’s All of Us Research Program serology project. For COVID-19, serology tests are a critical public health tool for identifying individuals who were previously infected with SARS-CoV-2 or were vaccinated, and therefore maybe protected against the new infection.

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  • Electronic interactive informed consent

    Multi-lingual, user-tested virtual e-consent that was innovated and designed in close collaboration with the NIH and research participants.

  • Scheduling system for in-person blood collection

    Integrated scheduling system for participants and study staff to schedule in-person appointments to collect blood samples that are used for serology testing.

  • Return of antibody tests back to participants

    Return of the positive or negative antibody results to participants via mobile and web apps accompanied by educational content.

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