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This presentation is for public health practitioners and methodology developers interested in using statistical methods to combine evidence from multiple data sources for increased sensitivity to disease outbreaks. Methods described will account for practical issues such as delays in outbreak... Read more

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In 2012, an estimated 2.5 million people presented to the ED for a MVC injury in the U.S. National injury surveillance is commonly captured using E-codes. However, use of E-codes alone to capture MVC-related ED visits may result in a different picture of MVC injuries compared to using text... Read more

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These slides detail the process of onboarding syndromic surveillance data into BioSense for the state of Arizona.

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Syndromic surveillance has been widely used in influenza surveillance worldwide. However, despite the potential benefits created by the large volume of data, biases due to the changes in healthcare seeking behavior and physicians’ reporting behavior, as well as the background noise caused by... Read more

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National efforts to improve quality in public health are closely tied to advancing capabilities in disease surveillance. Measures of public health quality provide data to demonstrate how public health programs, services, policies, and research achieve desired health outcomes and impact... Read more

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Ideal anomaly detection algorithms shoulddetect both sudden and gradual changes, while keeping the background false positive alert rate at a tolerable level. The algorithms should also be easy to use. Our objective was to develop an anomaly detection algorithm that adapts to the time series... Read more

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This paper examines the continued usefulness, through the 2005-06 influenza season, of a hospital admissions-based syndromic surveillance system as a supplement to laboratory and clinical influenza surveillance in preparation for pandemic influenza.

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In the Northern part of Norway, all General Practitioners (GPs) and hospitals use electronic health records (EHR). They are connected via an independent secure IP-network called the Norwegian Health Network. The newly developed “Snow Agent System” can utilize this environment by distributing... Read more

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The aerosol release of a pathogen during a bioterrorist incident may not always be caught on environmental sensors - it may be too small, may consist of a preparation that is coarse and heavy (and consequently precipitates quickly) or may simply have occurred in an uninstrumented location. In... Read more

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The NYC syndromic surveillance system has been monitoring syndromes from NYC emergency department (ED) visits for over a decade. We applied several aberration detection methodologies to a time series of ED visits in NYC spiked with synthetic outbreaks. This effort is part of a larger evaluation... Read more

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