Fight Against COVID-19: CONET Company PROCON IT Supports the LEOSS Project
Hennef/Munich, April 30, 2020. PROCON IT supports the fight against the corona pandemic and joins the LEOSS project on a voluntary basis. The project, which was started by the German Infectious Disease Society (DGI) together with the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF), is creating a European case register in which clinical data from patients with a SARS-CoV-2 infection is collected. On the basis of this uniform database covering data on the complete clinical course of the corona disease, including previous illnesses and outcome, further analyzes will then be possible. Ultimately, this should lead to a better assessment of medication and the clinical course of the infections.
In a first step, PROCON IT implemented a visualization of data on the clinical course of the infection. By visualizing the data, the frequency distribution for certain parameters can be more easily recognized and explained. In a next step, the data PROCON IT science experts will be directly involved in the preparation and exploratory analysis of the data. The aim is to use an artificially generated copy of the medical data and the LEOSS database structure to develop algorithms that support the study team in the analysis to assess correlations between SARS-CoV-2 infections.
"We are very happy to be part of the LEOSS project and to contribute to the fight against the corona virus," explains Wolfgang Stadler, Managing Director of PROCON IT. “It is a matter of course for us to volunteer here.”
Anke Höfer, CEO of the CONET Group, adds: “We expressly support PROCON IT's commitment as a member company of our CONET Group. In view of the current challenges, all available experts from health research and data science have to cooperate closely in a joint effort to make the best possible use of the technical possibilities of modern IT – to provide information, to curtail the spreading and also to create a reliable basis of data facilitating further research regarding the SARS-CoV-2 infections and possible treatment methods.
About LEOSS Project
LEOSS stands for „Lean European Open Survey for SARS-CoV-2 Infected Patients“. The project is characterized, among other things, by the fact that all collected data is sent to the scientific community for joint analysis. Interested study centers and data analysts are invited to participate in LEOSS. All further information and the possibility to register and participate are available at the LEOSS project website.
About PROCON IT
Headquartered in Garching near Munich with a subsidiary in Augsburg, PROCON IT – a CONET company since 2020 – is a quality provider for big data and visual analytics, web and cloud engineering, SAP engineering and mainframe app engineering. In the Greater Munich area, PROCON IT is one of the leading providers of BI projects with SAP. Tailor-made management and business consulting complete the service portfolio of the company. For more than 20 years, well-known customers, e.g. from the automotive, financial services and aerospace sectors, have been trusting the services of PROCON IT. The company with its more than 200 employees stands for highest quality standards, reliability and consistent customer and solution orientation. PROCON IT regularly receives top marks from the job evaluation portal kununu and awards for its personnel policy, such as the seals of quality "Fair Company" or "Great Place to Work".
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