UBS Evidence Lab Uses Hospital Data to Profile Regional Recoveries

The unit is combining foot-traffic data and proprietary datasets derived from hospitals to develop a better understanding of outbreaks and predict a timeline for recovery.

How Covid‑19 is impacting transition preparations

At the beginning of the pandemic, geolocation data played a key role in measuring the outbreak of the Covid-19 disease, and provided something of a warning system for firms as to where the next series of lockdowns were most likely to unfold.

While geolocation data is still being used to monitor for second- and third-wave outbreaks, it is also being used to highlight a return of business for regional hospitals, says Jeremy Brunelli, global head of frameworks at UBS Evidence Lab, the independent

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