Laura Dyrda (Twitter) –
Tuesday, September 8th, 2020
2 medical facilities and two healthcare preparedness organizations in North Carolina have actually been unable to send all their COVID-19 data due to technical problems, according to a report from ABC 13 News.
1. The companies and health centers were unable to submit all information for Sept. 5, and the North Carolina health department reported that continued technical and information submission issues continued through Sept. 7, avoiding some organizations from reporting their information, according to a report from 17 News, a regional CBS affiliate.
2. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is working with the affected companies to fix the technical concerns.
3. The state has actually not exposed which health centers and health systems were impacted by the technical concerns.
4. A press release from the state said problems with the healthcare facility systems information were intensified by the vacation weekend and alerted that the state COVID-19 information control panel was most likely unreliable due to the fact that of the omission.
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