COVID Community
Vulnerability Map

Identification of the populations at risk for severe outcomes once infected to inform
resource planning, interventions, outreach and other community initiatives

This map displays the communities that will experience severe outcomes if infected with COVID. It also identifies the socioeconomic factors driving the risk.

How to use this map:

Select a geographic location or enter a reference point in the search bar to drill down to census block group level information. Double-click to zoom in.

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      Jvion’s COVID Response suite connects communities to services, surfaces vulnerable patients for proactive engagement, and informs decisions to maximize critical but limited resources.


      Census ID
      Zip Code
      density ( ppl / mi2)
      hospital beds in county
      in county
      Community Vulnerability
      Top Socioeconomic Influencers

      The information provided is the result of the internal analysis of 30 million de-identified patient records from within the Jvion AI CORE. Results were modeled on respiratory viruses with features and symptoms similar to COVID. Confirmed cases are as reported by Johns Hopkins CSSE as of .

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      COVID Response Suite

      Our COVID Response Suite informs community, patient, employee, and operational containment, prevention and management strategies. The underlying map data is available for analysis in addition to our Patient Vulnerability Lists and Inpatient Triage Assessments. With our insights:

      Providers can...

      • Prioritize outreach to patients at highest risk for severe outcomes
      • Identify where mobile testing centers are needed
      • Enroll patients in services like mail-order pharmacy and telehealth

      Payers can...

      • Identify geographic concentrations of vulnerable members
      • Create engagement plans based on socioeconomic risk drivers
      • Proactively manage chronically ill members during isolation

      Government Agencies can...

      • Inform back to work policies
      • Prioritize community support and outreach programs
      • Identify prime areas for makeshift hospitals

      Employers can...

      • Match high-risk employees to low-exposure assignments
      • Inform supply chain/distribution decisions to minimize exposure
      • Prime missed work and sales estimates and return to campus/work decisions

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