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DxBooks Data Insights: 3 Trends in Hospital COVID Testing Since April

  The SARS-CoV-2 DxBook launched in April, during the first few weeks of widespread lockdowns, and the team has diligently collected data on testing behaviors at hospitals around the country

DxBooks Data Insights: Why Large-Scale Antibody Testing Remains Out of Reach

  With its ability to quantify past infections and potential to measure population-level immunity, serology testing adds an attractive tool to the COVID-fighting toolkit. While the initial burst of test

DxBooks Data Insights: Supply-Chain Constraints Hinder Diagnostic Testing Capabilities

  Months into the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. testing capacity continues to lag behind its goals. The Harvard Global Institute estimated that the U.S should have at least 900,000 SARS-CoV-2 tests

DxBooks Data Insights: Hospital Labs’ Readiness for the Coronavirus Testing Onslaught

  SARS-CoV-2 media attention has largely focused on diagnostic reference labs as they have scaled up testing capacity. However, hospital labs, which drive the vast majority of seasonal respiratory virus