By: Kyle Freese

STChealth Chief Epidemiologist Weighs In On Vaccines versus Variants: Who’s winning the race?
April 22, 2021

Will we have another National shutdown? Now that the majority of adults in the U.S. have had at least one dose

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Our View: Try this ‘layered’ approach as you consider back-to-work strategy
April 1, 2021

Dr. Kyle Freese & Dr. Scott Hamstra – Contributing writers for Phoenix Business Journal

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The Value and Impact of Sustaining Strong Immunization Information Systems in the Age of COVID-19
February 8, 2021

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Pandemic makes the case for a bigger investment in public health and research
January 21, 2021

Opinion: Decreased funding has translated to less capacity and support for state and local health departments, who crucially manage outbreak investigations.

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My View: There is no easy or quick fix for Arizona’s Covid-19 crisis
August 28, 2020

As nearly all epidemiologic measures are suggesting, Covid-19 remains a challenge for Arizona and more important, there is no easy or

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Arizona needs 4,000 COVID-19 contact tracers. Here’s the best way to grow that army
August 28, 2020

Readers are now likely familiar with the public health term “contact tracing.” In case you missed it, contact tracing is the

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My View: Let’s get serious about stopping spread of coronavirus
August 28, 2020

Arizonans are well aware of the impact that COVID-19 is having around the world. However, less attention has been placed on

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STChealth and Mississippi Department of Health Launch “Direct to Consumer” Immunization Record Access
August 26, 2020

STChealth’s consumer access solution, MyIR Mobile™, allows consumers to access digital immunization records contained in public health immunization information systems (IIS).

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The Current State of COVID Testing and What To Expect In The Near Future
August 19, 2020

STChealth Forms Strategic Alliance to Help Businesses Return to Work After COVID-19 Disruption

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Want to reopen schools safely in Arizona? Then roll out rapid, daily testing
August 11, 2020

Opinion: Cheap antigen tests may be the answer to Arizona reopening its schools — even if they are less sensitive at

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