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H1N1 Disease Surveillance Team Project Week 9 Presentation. Melody Dungee Beena Joy David Medina Calvin Palmer. H1N1 BioSurveillance. County Public Health System (CPHS) Local H1N1 infection surveillance system Architecture based on work flows Laboratory Alert: H1N1 Test Order

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H1N1 Disease SurveillanceTeam ProjectWeek 9 Presentation

Melody Dungee

Beena Joy

David Medina

Calvin Palmer


H1N1 BioSurveillance

  • County Public Health System (CPHS)

    • Local H1N1 infection surveillance system

  • Architecture based on work flows

    • Laboratory Alert: H1N1 Test Order

    • Laboratory Alert: H1N1 Test Result

    • Web-based H1N1 Biosurveillance Document (NEDSS)

    • Clinical Information System Alert

  • Information Architecture

  • Origin of individual data elements

  • Data flow


Information Architecture

  • CPHS H1N1 Surveillance System

  • Actors

    • Clinician/Provider/Public Health Officials

    • Clinical Information System (EMR/EHR)

    • Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)

    • CPHS Biosurveillance Database


Origin of Data Elements

  • Data Sets

    • Demographics

    • Clinical Data (Signs, Symptoms)

    • Medical History (Immunization, Disease)

    • Diagnostic Findings (Lab Test, Lab Results)

    • Treatment

    • Epidemiology


Origin of Data Elements


Origin of Data Elements


Origin of Data Elements


Origin of Data Elements


Flow of Data Sets


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