Sessions Tackle Issues in Surveillance, Reporting and Tracking

Network_thumbnailThe following sessions delve into fundamental topics in health IT, meaningful use, and electronic health records. Panelists will present best practices and provide insights and information to implement successful systems and programs for surveillance, reporting, and tracking.

Electronic Disease Surveillance Systems in Support of State and Regional Health Departments
Investigate the most effective ways to improve disease surveillance systems and strengthen public health capacity.

Public Health Reporting Initiative (PHRI), ONC Standards and Interoperability Framework: A Standardized Approach to Electronic Public Health Reporting 
Gain understanding of how to decrease barriers in implementing electronic versions of current public health reporting with PHRI.

The Road to Immunization Records Accessibility
Discover best practices for moving immunization information systems forward.

Public and Population Health: Structured Data Capture, Surveillance, and Findings and Implications
Gain insights and explore findings from initiatives that effectively use electronic health records in public and population health. Leave with practical steps to implement integrated surveillance systems.

Legal Context of Immunization Information Systems and Electronic Health Records and Potential to Expand EHR-Derived Data for Reporting and Tracking
Hear how to navigate the leading legal issues that impact electronic health records and immunization information systems, including regulations, reporting and consent.

Transitioning to Standards-Based Electronic Reporting and Bi-Directional Exchanges of Public Health Data with Clinicians: Lessons from Five Pilot Projects 
Learn how organizations can establish an information exchange infrastructure for repeat use in reporting.

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