An Integrated System for Enteric Disease Surveillance and Outbreak Detection

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Soto, K., Phan, Q., Maloney, M., Brockmeyer, J., Clogher, P., & Rabatsky-Ehr, T. (2015). An Integrated System for Enteric Disease Surveillance and Outbreak Detection. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 7(1).


In Connecticut, foodborne disease surveillance and response is a collaborative effort requiring real-time data sharing between key stakeholders including: DPH Epidemiology, DPH Laboratory, DPH Food Protection Program, Yale EIP, and local health department staff. Since 2011 a centralized electronic surveillance system has been used for routine enteric disease surveillance, cluster detection and monitioring, information sharing among key stakeholders, and documentation.
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