Accelerating Public Health Situational Awareness through Health Information Exchanges: An Annotated Bibliography

Debra Revere, Kevin Stevens

Abstract


In 2008, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded contracts to health information exchanges in Indiana, New York and Washington/Idaho to accelerate public health situational awareness. Awardees in each state have disseminated their findings and lessons at professional conferences and in peer-reviewed journals. The dissemination formats ranged from papers, oral presentations, posters, panels and demonstrations at interoperability showcases. With a focus on health information exchange and public health, topics included biosurveillance, electronic laboratory reporting, broadcast messaging, and notifiable disease surveillance. Each presentation is summarized in this bibliography, and the authors affiliated with each site are highlighted.

Keywords: biosurveillance, situational awareness, electronic laboratory reporting, health information exchange, notifiable diseases

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5210/ojphi.v2i2.3212



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