How Connecticut Used Data to Deliver COVID-19 Vaccines

When COVID-19 vaccines first became available in the United States, the challenge of getting as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible fell into the hands of states. This brief highlights how Social Finance worked with the state of Connecticut to support the data analytics capacity of the state’s COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Team. By facilitating a data-driven process built on innovative partnerships, we helped execute on Connecticut’s goals to vaccinate the population as quickly and equitably as possible.

We developed a baseline allocation model that guaranteed each vaccine provider a minimum number of doses on a weekly basis. When combined with the vaccine inventory analytics dashboard, the state was able to provide predictability for providers and retain the appropriate level of flexibility to achieve the program’s statewide goals.

Download the brief by clicking the link at the top left.


Related Resources

Delivering COVID-19 Vaccines Rapidly and Equitably in Connecticut

When COVID-19 vaccines first became available in the United States,...
Learn More

Advising Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

Develop a roadmap for the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood,...
Learn More

Outcomes-Based Approaches for an Equitable Recovery: A Memo to the Biden-Harris Administration

As the Biden-Harris administration seeks to leverage limited resources to...
Learn More

Registration Form

You will also receive email updates with publications and other updates from Social Finance. We will not share or sell your personal information.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.