COVID-19 Business Intelligence and Analysis for Clinical Laboratories, Pathology Groups and Hospital Administration

Reliable COVID-19 Business Intelligence and analysis for clinical laboratories, pathology groups and Laboratory Diagnostics.

LAB TEST DASHBOARD from

Update as of December 3rd

The CV19 Lab Testing DashboardTM powered by hc1 provides local lab testing insights that include state, county, and sub-county views of Local Risk Index, COVID-19 testing rates and results, and key demographic filters for those tested (age, gender). Data used in the dashboard comes from more than 20,000 lab ordering locations from a coalition of laboratories performing nearly 40 percent of the nation’s laboratory testing. 

Below are weekly trends in number and percent positivity of viral and antibody testing gleaned from the dashboard’s data. Public health, public policy, healthcare, and laboratory professionals can access additional trends and demographic analysis by registering for free at cv19dashboard.org.

 

  • The chart above shows the weekly national trend in SARS-CoV-2 Viral PCR testing volume and % Detected rate among the hc1 CV19 Coalition of Laboratories.
  • Testing volume decreased slightly this week, but is still at volumes similar to what we saw in June and July.
  • The percent positivity rate remained nearly the same at just below 12.5%.
  • hc1 Local Risk Index trends for the week of November 30, show rising risk for infection in many states including Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida and Texas.
  • More insights into state, county and sub-county testing trends are available at CV19Dashboard.org.

 

  • The chart above shows the weekly national trend in SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Serology testing volume and % Detected rate among the hc1 CV19 Coalition of Laboratories.
  • Antibody testing volume fell this week, but still is low in comparison to viral testing volume.
  • Percent positivity rose to about 15.0%.
  • More insights into state, county and sub-county testing trends are available at CV19Dashboard.org.