Digital Intervention Increases Influenza Vaccination Rates for People with Diabetes in a Decentralized Randomized Trial
J. L. Lee, L. Foschini, S. Kumar, J. Juusola, J. Liska, M. Mercer, C. Tai, R. Buzzetti, M. Clement, X. Cos, L. Ji, N. Kanumilli, D. Kerr, E. Montanya, D. Müller-Wieland, C. G. Ostenson, N. Skolnik, V. Woo, N. Burlet, M. Greenberg & S. I. Samson
Annual influenza vaccination is recommended for people with diabetes, but vaccination rates are suboptimal. This Evidation study aimed to increase influenza vaccination rate in people with self-reported diabetes.
Characterizing COVID-19 and Influenza Illnesses in the Real World via Person-Generated Health Data
Shapiro A, Marinsek N, Clay I, Bradshaw B, Ramirez E, Min J, Trister A, Wang Y, Althoff A, and Foschini L
Evidation research reveals that COVID-19 symptoms tend to peak later and last longer than flu symptoms.