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Informatics in Public Health William A. Yasnoff, MD, PhD Public Health Practice Program Office Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Public Health in 2010 DEMONSTRATION

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Information Infrastructure Informatics Barriers to IT in Public Health

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Surveillance information Only 15-20% of reportable cases reported Delays of days to weeks Not commonly in electronic structure Other applicable information not electronically accessible Environmental, damage, and so on. Rules Contacts Training materials A. Data

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NEDSS = National Electronic Disease Surveillance System Architectural components Public wellbeing calculated information model Knowledge administration Encoding of clinical rules Disseminate through EMRs Point-of-consideration updates Information: Work in Progress

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Information innovation Only 48.9% of neighborhood wellbeing divisions have fast nonstop web associations (NACCHO, 1999) Workforce 83% of nearby wellbeing offices show that PC preparing is a key need (NACCHO, 1996) B. Foundation

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INPHO = Information Network for Public Health Officials (state) Ending in FY2001 HAN = Health Alert Network (neighborhood) Frist-Kennedy approval Infrastructure guidelines/evaluation Preparedness of general wellbeing framework Infrastructure: Work in Progress

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Health Alert Network Goals Ensure correspondences limit at all nearby and state wellbeing offices (full Internet availability, preparing) Ensure ability to show and get wellbeing cautions at each level Ensure ability to get separation learning offerings for CDC, et al.

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Map WA NH VT ME MT ND OR MN ID Monroe Co. NY WI SD MA MI WY RI CT IA PA NY City NV NE CA Chicago NJ OH UT IN CO IL DE WV VA Denver Co. MO MD KS KY Los Angeles NC TN AZ OK HAN Cities (N=3) NM AR SC Local CPHP provinces (N=3) DeKalb Co. AL MS HAN States (N=37) GA TX Not subsidized LA AK HI FL HAN & Local Centers for Public Health Preparedness Funded Sites - FY 2000

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Communications Capacity Equip all full-work nearby PH frameworks with: Improved Internet access 55% now have nonstop fast Internet limit Health ready telecast limit 56% now have a framework for sending earnest wellbeing cautions Provide informatics preparing Develop basic data content

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Distance Learning/Training Distance learning limit at state/neighborhood general wellbeing organizations 82% of LHDs now have entry to satellite downlink inside of 30 minutes drive-time from work

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Distance Learning/Training Transition to online separation learning Increased limit at CDC Web-based informatics course Training in bioterrorism readiness USAMRIID/CDC course, BT Grand Rounds, Role of Clinical Lab, et al.

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Distance Learning/Training Provide informatics preparing Annual Conference on Public Health Informatics and Distance Learning Public Health Informatics course given to 120 individuals, including most HAN task chiefs

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Website Development Completed CDC BT Preparedness and Response Website ( Health Alert Network Website ( Under Development BT Emergency Response Restricted Website HAN Today Website

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HAN Emergency Notification System Functions Rapidly ready key State Public Health authorities of bioterrorist occasions or other rising wellbeing dangers by means of email and fax Provide official CDC correspondences to key State Public Health authorities amid a bioterrorist occasion through email and fax

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Expand online learner emotionally supportive network Partner with HRSA to create and scatter national measures for data and correspondence frameworks required in a BT crisis 75% of full working LHDs have Internet availability, half have show ready ability, and 80% have satellite-based separation learning limit Disseminate an interchanges arrangement in regards to quick hand-off of data HAN Plans for FY 2001

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Definition: the efficient use of PC & data science and innovation to general wellbeing practice, research, and learning Management aptitudes IT anticipates extravagant and high hazard Interdisciplinary groups obliged New abilities required by general wellbeing directors C. Informatics

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Spring AMIA Meeting May 15-17, 2001 in Atlanta ( ) Bringing together medicinal informatics and general wellbeing groups Areas of center: financing; structural engineering and framework; measures and vocabulary; research, assessment, and best practices; protection, classification, and security; preparing/workforce Primary supporter: RWJ Foundation Public Health Informatics: Developing a National Agenda

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Development of accord abilities Meeting preceding Spring AMIA (Richards & O’Carroll) Multiple tracks expected: essential/chiefs/senior directors Goal is test educational programs for SPH Book: Public Health Informatics and Information Systems (Aspen Press, 2002) Suitable for showing PHI Includes contextual investigations Informatics Training - 1

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Information Access IT base perspective Information framework advancement Networking & database outline Standards Privacy, Confidentiality & Security IT arranging and obtainment IT administration; overseeing change Public Health Informatics Competency Categories

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CDC short (3 day) course for general wellbeing administrators Developed in ’96-’97 Interactive web form not long from now CDC Fellowship Two year project began in ’96 Still advancing Schools of Public Health Courses (no less than 11 now; more arranged) Degree programs in right on time stages Informatics Training - 2

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Information Access Databases Knowledge administration Information Systems Effective administration Improved efficiency Surveillance incorporated with EMR Feedback to suppliers Informatics in Public Health: The Future

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William A. Yasnoff, MD, PhD 770/488-2503 For Further Information

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