See What Sessions Await You at 2018 PHI!

To help you determine your attendance at and participation in the 2018 PHI Conference, NACCHO has created a list of sessions by topic area: chronic disease; behavioral health; environmental health; infectious diseases, immunization, and epidemiology; emergency preparedness; sexual health; and workforce development and infrastructure. Review the categorized sessions below to get a sampling of what you can expect to learn about at the conference. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list. Be sure to consult the full conference schedule to find additional sessions that may be of interest.

Chronic Disease
  • Exploring the Use of Electronic Health Record Data for Population Health Surveillance of Chronic Diseases: Learning from the Experiences of Four Jurisdictions in the United States
  • Improving Children’s Oral Health through Registry and Electronic Health Record Integration
  • Rising Risk: Predicting Diabetic Members’ Likelihood to Develop Complicating Conditions
  • Linking Clinical and Community Data: Leveraging EHR Data to Address Childhood Obesity
  • Data Sharing Across Sectors to Prevent Childhood Lead Poisoning
  • A Person-Centered Approach to Population Health Management: Leveraging Care Management to Improve Outcomes for Chronic, Comorbid Health Conditions
Behavioral Health
  • Tracking the Opioid Epidemic: Novel Data Sources for Monitoring and Evaluation in Denver
  • Integrating Overdose Opioid Surveillance into an Electronic Disease Surveillance System
  • Federal and State Informatics Perspectives on the Centers for Disease Control’s Enhanced State Opioid Overdose Surveillance Program
Environmental Health
  • Developing Tools for Data-Use in Environmental Health
  • Using Information Systems to Advance Local Environmental Health
  • Environmental Public Health Tracking: Improving Population Health with the Help of Open Standards and Powerful Data Visualizations
Infectious Diseases, Immunization, and Epidemiology
  • Classroom to Cloud: A Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource-Based Approach to Link Infectious Disease and Mortality Data
  • Use of an Information Technology Platform to Manage & Coordinate Outbreak Investigations
  • Clinical Decision Support for Immunization as a Community-driven, Standards-based Activity
  • National Healthcare Safety Network Infrastructure and Informatics: Using an Interactive Application to Prevent Healthcare-Associated Infections
  • Measurement and Improvement Across Immunization Information Systems
  • Informatics Training Needs and Capacity among State Epidemiologists: Results from the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists’ 2017 Epidemiology Capacity Assessment
  • Enhancing Electronic Data Exchange for CDC’s Infectious Diseases Laboratories
Preparedness
  • Improving Public Health Preparedness Information Exchange through Interoperability Efforts
  • Cross-sector Information Linkage & Performance Management: An Exploration of Three Use Cases (Opioids, Antibiotic Stewardship, & Emergency Preparedness)
  • Novel Informatics Solutions to Address Zika Virus and other Emerging Threats: An All-Hazards Approach
Sexual Health
  • Leveraging Informatics Tools, Systems and Processes for HIV Case Base Surveillance in US Domestic and Global Health Settings towards Sustained HIV Epidemic Control
  • Secure HIV-TRACE: A Bioinformatics Application for Analyzing and Visualizing Molecular Clusters of Active HIV-1 Transmission to Guide Prevention Efforts
  • Toward the UNAIDS 90/90/90 Targets: Proposing a Logic Model to Integrate the Use of Electronic Medical Records into the HIV/AIDS Care/Treatment Continuum in Kenya
Workforce Development & Infrastructure
  • Building Public Health Leaders’ Capacity to Establish Informatics-Savvy Organizations in CDC-Supported Countries
  • Building a Sustainable Informatics Capacity Development Program: Implementing an Inter-Agency, Multi-Tier, Project-Based Informatics Training Program
  • Informatics on a Shoestring: Organizing Decision Support in Local Public Health Agencies
  • Best Practices for Managing Public Health Informatics Data Exchange Projects
  • Change Management for Public Health Informaticians
  • Getting to Yes: How to Draft a Data Sharing Agreement
  • Info-Aids: Short-Term TA Projects That Solve Public Health Information Problems
  • Making the Electronic Case Reporting Connection: Implications for Data Quality
  • Empowering Robust and Effective Local Public Health Infrastructure and Governance Through Cloud- and Mobile-based Technology
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