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Reduced Incidence of Long-COVID Symptoms Related to Administration of COVID-19 Vaccines Both Before COVID-19 Diagnosis and Up to 12 Weeks After

December 15, 2021

Clinical trials and studies of real-world evidence have demonstrated repeatedly that the three COVID-19 vaccines* authorized for emergency use or approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and death (1). A recent observational study of self-reported symptoms goes further, concluding that vaccination may also reduce the likelihood and intensity of long-COVID (2), a proposal that has been raised anecdotally, as well (3). As part of a federated research study with the COVID-19 Patient Recovery Alliance, Arcadia.io performed a retrospective analysis of the medical history of 240,648 COVID-19-infected persons to identity factors influencing the development and progression of long-COVID. This analysis revealed that patients who received at least one dose of any of the three COVID vaccines prior to their diagnosis with COVID-19 were 7-10 times less likely to report two or more long-COVID symptoms† compared to unvaccinated patients. Furthermore, unvaccinated patients who received their first COVID-19 vaccination within four weeks of SARS-CoV-2 infection were 4-6 times less likely to report multiple long-COVID symptoms, and those who received their first dose 4-8 weeks after diagnosis were still 3 times less likely to report multiple long-COVID symptoms compared to those who remained unvaccinated. This relationship supports the hypothesis that COVID-19 vaccination is protective against long-COVID and that that effect persists even if vaccination occurs up to 12 weeks after COVID-19 diagnosis.

Case Study: How a Pediatric CIN used Arcadia Outreach to Improve Vaccination Rates

December 18, 2020

When parents and caregivers started deferring care due to COVID-19 fears, a large Pediatric CIN launched an innovative engagement campaign to get children in for well child visits and vaccination. Within the first week after getting a text, 11% of patients started coming in for encounters.

Whitepaper: Measuring Care Management

October 24, 2019

Maximizing the value of your care management program How you measure matters Care management is an important component of population health management, but healthcare organizations sometimes struggle to assess the impact and maximize the value of a given program. Poor

Building the Successful Accountable Care Organization

September 13, 2017

With the challenges of increasing cost and quality pressures surpassed only by the uncertainty in the current market, many ACO leaders share concerns about positioning their organizations for success – or even survival. When faced with political uncertainty, MACRA, or

Childhood Growth Charts

April 15, 2015

One in a series of ten data visualization posters created in 2015 by our analytics team here at Arcadia. Come by and see our new data visualizations at HIMSS 2016! About the Chart Since the 1970s, the World Health Organization

A Year of Utilization

April 13, 2015

One in a series of ten data visualization posters created in 2015 by our analytics team here at Arcadia. Come by and see our new data visualizations at HIMSS 2016! About the Chart For an ACO managing nearly 30,000 patients,

A Day in the Life of Dr. Jones

April 10, 2015

One in a series of ten data visualization posters created in 2015 by our analytics team here at Arcadia. Come by and see our new data visualizations at HIMSS 2016! About the Chart “A Day in the Life” was born

Cost and Frequency of Chronic Disease

April 9, 2015

One in a series of ten data visualization posters created in 2015 by our analytics team here at Arcadia. Come by and see our new data visualizations at HIMSS 2016!   About the Chart The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid

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