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Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN): An Early-Warning Global Intelligence Information Management (GIIM) Model. Michael Blench GPHIN Technical Advisor, Public Health Agency of Canada. Laurent Proulx Sr VP and CTO Nstein Technologies. June 7th, 2005. Agenda. Public Health

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Global public health intelligence network gphin

Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN):

An Early-Warning Global Intelligence Information Management (GIIM) Model

Michael Blench

GPHIN Technical Advisor,

Public Health Agency of Canada

Laurent Proulx

Sr VP and CTO

Nstein Technologies

June 7th, 2005


Agenda

Agenda

  • Public Health

    • Organizations at the International level

    • Surveillance system

  • Background on Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN)

    • Scope and versatility

    • SARS reporting

    • Issues with the GPHIN – production prototype

  • Nstein – Global Intelligent Information Management (GIIM)

    • GIIM – Early Warning System (EWS)

    • GPHIN 2 – GIIM EWS implementation

  • GIIM – vertical market solutions

    • Homeland Security and Intelligence

    • Corporate Intelligence

  • Questions


Public health organizations at international level

Public HealthOrganizations at International level

  • WHO and GOARN

    • Assistance to affected states in the form of technical advice and supplies

      • on-the-spot investigations, confirmation of diagnosis

      • case detection, patient management, containment, and provision of logistics

      • investigative teams dispatched to outbreak site within 24 hours

  • CDC – Center for Disease Control

    • US government's lead agency responsible for preparedness and response for public health issues

  • PHAC – Public Health Agency of Canada

    • Protect the health and safety of Canadians


  • Public health surveillance system

    Public HealthSurveillance System

    • Regional / International level

      • Analysis and Feedback. Support

      • Policy and targets funding

    • Central level

      • Analyze, Investigate, Confirm, Plan, Fund, Respond, and Feedback

    • Intermediate level

      • Analyze, Investigate, Report, Respond and Feedback

    • Peripheral level

      • Detect, Treat, Report

    WHO

    Ministry of

    Health

    Time(Weeks / Months)


    Public health surveillance system with gphin

    Public Health Surveillance System with GPHIN

    • Regional / International level

      • Analysis and Feedback. Support

      • Policy, target funding

    • Central level

      • Analyze, Investigate, Confirm, Plan, Fund, Respond, Feedback

    • Intermediate level

      • Analyze, Investigate, Report, Respond, Feedback

    • Peripheral level

      • Detect, Treat, Report

    WHO

    Ministry of

    Health

    Time(Weeks / Months)

    GPHIN – Early Warning System


    Gphin early warning system

    Timeline / Hours – Days

    Dissemination by

    GPHIN

    Verification by

    users

    Detection by

    GPHIN

    GPHIN Early Warning System

    Intelligence on Public Health Risks

    Information on Public Health Risks

    • Over 10 000 sources of information

    • Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified)


    Background on global public health intelligence network gphin

    Background on Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN)

    • GPHIN’s Role and management

      • GPHIN was developed by the Public Health Agency of Canada

        • Primary source of public health information for the WHO as well as international governments and other non-government public health organizations

      • Managed by the Agency’s Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response

        • Serves as the nerve centre for Canada's expertise and research in public health

        • Coordinating efforts with other partners

    • GPHIN’s history

      • 1997 – Idea of two Health Canada physicians

      • 1998/99 – Prototype developed by Health Canada in partnership with WHO

      • 2000 – Proof-of-concept

      • 2001 – Prototype deployed into production

      • 2002 – SARS

      • 2003 – Collaborative Research Agreement with Nstein Technologies Inc.

      • 2004 – Official launch of GPHIN II at United Nations


    Gphin s scope bugs to bombs

    GPHIN's Scope – “Bugs-to-Bombs”

    • Human diseases -e.g. Ebola

    • Animal diseases -e.g. Streptococcus suis

    • Plant diseases -e.g. Asian soybean rust

    • Other Biologics -e.g. Anthrax

    • Chemical incidents -e.g. Chlorine plume

    • Radioactive exposures -e.g. Chernobyl disaster

    • Dangerous products -e.g. NSAID, Prozac

    • Natural disasters -e.g. Tsunami, 26 Dec 04


    Gphin s versatility information for action

    GPHIN's Versatility – Information for Action

    • Detect potential public health threats

    • Estimate magnitude of the public health threat

    • Determine geographic distribution of public health threat

    • Identify control and preventative measures considered and implemented

    • Monitor concerns of the general public

    • Observe situational politics


    Global public health intelligence network gphin

    GPHIN

    MOH

    News Media

    NGO

    Other Org.

    Verified

    Organization

    Personal Com.

    Not Verified

    UN Org.

    WHO

    WHO Country Off.

    WHO Regional Off.

    0

    50

    100

    150

    200

    Number of Events

    Source of Initial Reporting of WHO Reported Events of Potential PH Concern01 Jan 2001 to 31 Dec 2002. (n=439)

    Source: WHO 2003


    Issues with the gphin production prototype

    Issues with the GPHIN – production prototype

    • Gathers news reports primarily in English with limited French

      • Need to support WHO official languages

        • English, French, Spanish, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Arabic

    • Events detection based on a limited list of keywords

      • No state-of-the-art text-mining

    • No real time translation of news report

      • Need to manually render reports in the analyst’s native language

    • Production prototype was not robust, scalable nor scope-able

    • No collaboration process


    Machine translation text mining

    Machine Translation & Text Mining

    • Gatekeeper / Analysts with topical expertise plus linguistic skills provide human ‘quick’ translation of ‘GISTS’ to improve ‘comprehensibility’

    • “Best-of-Breed” approach

    • Dictionaries / lexicons for each language

      • Corpora

      • Taxonomy

        • Root term

        • Synonyms

        • Spelling variants of root terms and synonyms

    • Meta Data – trans-lingual text mining


    Gphin 2 official launch at the un on nov 17th 2004 nstein global intelligent information management

    GPHIN 2 – official launch at the UN on Nov 17th 2004 Nstein – Global Intelligent Information Management


    Nstein global intelligent information management

    Nstein – Global Intelligent Information Management

    • What is Global Intelligent Information Management (GIIM) ?

      • Nstein’s GIIM is an enterprise suite of Advanced Business Intelligence solutions that read, understand, organize, analyze, discover, share, visualize, translate and deliver real-time intelligence from any unstructured data source, in all major languages

    • GIIM value proposition

      • The GIIM platform provides a unified, multilingual view of an organization's informational assets, thus enabling the sharing of critical information on a real-time basis and the transformation of decision-making from reactive to proactive to predictive.


    Giim telligent solutions

    Unstructured information

    Collect Detect

    Assimilate OrganizeAnalyze

    Translate SearchPublish

    VisualizePredict

    Actionable intelligence

    GIIM – telligent solutions


    Giim early warning system actionable intelligence

    GIIM – Early Warning SystemActionable intelligence

    EWS – Actionable intelligence

    • Detect potential threats

    • Discover atypical signals

      • Collect and connect the dots

    • Estimate magnitude of the threat

    • Determine geographic distribution


    Giim data collector layer connect to any source of strategic unstructured information

    GPHIN 2

    GIIM – Data Collector layerConnect to any source of strategic unstructured information

    • Collects content in native language

      • Internet, Research Engine, blogs, Bulletin boards, Newsgroup, Email, Chat, File Transfer, video, etc

      • CRM, ERP, CMS, KM, Portal, etc.

      • Private data

      • Legacy databases, law enforcement records, intelligence reports, etc

      • Subscription News feeds

    • Hybrid Information

      • Bridging two or more potentially correlated information sources


    Giim advanced analytics layer transforming information into actionable intelligence

    GIIM – Advanced Analytics layerTransforming information into actionable intelligence

    Transform decision-making process from reactive to proactive and even to predictive

    • Pattern Recognition (Reactive)

      • Discover new information based on known patterns

    • Derived Analytics (Proactive)

      • Establish and construct a standardized view of targeted patterns

    • Trend Analysis (Predictive)

      • Discover intents and create early warning Analyzing news in native language

    • Key Performance Indicators

      • Generate Key Performance Indicator from unstructured content – create alerts


    Giim rendering layer render multilingual intelligence reports in real time

    GIIM – Rendering layerRender multilingual intelligence reports in real-time

    • View the information in native language on demand

      • Real-time alerts

      • Automatic translation in more than 36 common & exotic languages

      • Powerful Dash Boards rendering

      • Collaborative environment – Scalable rendering in/outside organization

      • Monitor emerging concept networks of relationship

      • Intelligent Information Retrieval


    Gphin 2 production workflow

    En

    Fr

    Eliminate duplicate

    Categorization

    Es

    Ru

    Ar

    Zhs

    • EWS Taxonomy

    • Key Words

    Zht

    Analysis in native language Relevancy score

    GPHIN 2 – Production Workflow

    Multilingual

    Sources


    Gphin 2 nstein value proposition

    GPHIN 2 – Nstein Value Proposition

    • High-Impact, Disruptive Technology helping preventing health outbreaks by:

      • Collecting and analyzing collections of un/structured multilingual information

      • Detecting and connecting valuable and sensitive information

      • Visualizing actionable Intelligence in native language

      • Alerting decision-makers in real-time

      • Collaborating with other Organizations

      • Transforming decision-making process from Reactive to Preventive to Predictive mode


    Giim telligent text mining solutions vertical market solutions

    GIIM – telligent text mining solutionsVertical market solutions

    Homeland Security & Intelligence

    Corporate Intelligence


    Homeland security intelligence

    Suspect 1

    Suspect 3

    Suspect 2

    Suspect 1

    Suspect 4

    Suspect 5

    Suspect 6

    Suspect 9

    Suspect 7

    Suspect 8

    Suspect 10

    Suspect 11

    Suspect 12

    Homeland Security & Intelligence


    Corporate intelligence emails

    Corporate Intelligence – emails


    Corporate intelligence enhancing search

    Corporate Intelligence – enhancing search


    Corporate intelligence clustering

    Corporate Intelligence – Clustering


    Corporate intelligence customer surveys

    Corporate Intelligence – customer surveys


    Corporate intelligence news feeds analytics

    Corporate Intelligence – News feeds analytics


    Global public health intelligence network gphin

    Thank you

    www.nstein.com

    Nstein Technologies Inc.

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    Montreal (Québec)

    H3C 2N6 Canada

    Tel.: (514) 908-5406

    Fax: (514) 908-5407

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    Email: [email protected]


    Gphin home page

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