Herman Moore, former NFL All-Pro wide receiver for the Detroit Lions, has partnered with Three Legged Stool in California to develop MyShot, a web-based platform designed to streamline the equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines by electronically matching the vaccine supply with local demand.
“Our platform will make it easier for state and local governments to allocate supply to those who need it most,” says Moore, who has been involved in COVID-19 efforts by sourcing and delivering PPE to the state of Michigan and Michigan businesses. “MyShot addresses a number of problems, including the fair and equitable distribution of vaccines.”
State and local governments will be able to view hierarchical demand at a ZIP code, county, or state level; auto-allocate supply based on regional demand; and examine real-time deployment analytics.
If used, vaccination providers would receive vaccines based on local demand and their ability to service it. The system also auto-create appointment schedules and keep electronic records of vaccine distribution.
The public will input qualification criteria, be able to schedule appointments, including auto-scheduling, and will receive an electric record of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s vaccination record card.
“MyShot’s algorithm calculates a recommended allocation of vaccines to providers based on demand, provider capacity, and supply of vaccines,” says Shaila Kapoor, partner at three-legged-stool. “The platform collects race and ethnicity data and provides analytics around vaccine distribution.”
The platform is expected to be available in March. For more information, email email@example.com.
Moore is owner and CEO of Team 84, which focuses on technologies, manufacturing, and enterprise print management and branding solutions, as well as staffing.
Three Legged Stool creates web-based solutions to automate, organize, and streamline manual processes. It focuses on education, health care, and workforce segments.
For more information on Moore and other Detroit sports professionals who transitioned into business, check out DBusiness Magazine’s The Sport of Business.