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CDC Health Information Innovation Consortium Forum Kickoff. Brian Lee. Acting Chief Public Health Informatics Officer Office of Public Health Scientific Services May 13, 2014. Office of Public Health Scientific Services. Office of the Director. Agenda. CDC Surveillance Strategy Overview

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cdc health information innovation consortium forum kickoff
CDC Health Information Innovation ConsortiumForum Kickoff

Brian Lee

Acting Chief Public Health Informatics Officer

Office of Public Health Scientific Services

May 13, 2014

Office of Public Health Scientific Services

Office of the Director

agenda
Agenda
  • CDC Surveillance Strategy Overview
  • Mission
  • Goals
  • Small Project Awards
  • Next Steps – Timeline
  • Presentation – “MMWR Express: Lessons learned from public health mobile app development”
cdc director s charge surveillance strategy
CDC Director’s Charge: Surveillance Strategy
  • The Strategy should lay out a plan to address 4 key issues:
    • Improve availability and timeliness of surveillance data to CDC programs, STLT agencies, and other stakeholders (public data)
    • Advance effective use of emerging information technology including electronic health records, mobile technologies, and cloud computing 
    • Identify and amend or retire ineffective or unnecessarily redundant CDC surveillance systems 
    • Maximize the effectiveness of available agency resources devoted to surveillance and the performance and coordination of our surveillance systems.
surveillance strategy goals
Surveillance Strategy Goals

Goal 1: Enhance the accountability, resource use, workforce and innovation for surveillance at CDC and in support of STLT agencies

Goal 2: Accelerate the utilization of emerging tools and approaches to improve the availability, quality, and timeliness of surveillance data

Goal 3:Through cross-cutting agency initiatives, improve surveillance by addressing data availability, system usability, redundancies, and incorporation of new information technologies in major systems or activities

how will the surveillance strategy help us do our work
How will the Surveillance Strategy help us do our work?
  • Senior leadership strategic engagement and direction on surveillance approaches and investments
  • More effectively harness and support program and STLT initiated innovation and integrate with other agency efforts, particularly in informatics
  • Short term (12-18 months) improvements in major cross cutting systems
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Goal 1: Enhance the accountability, resource use, workforce and innovation for surveillance at CDC and in support of STLT agencies
  • CDC Surveillance Leadership Board
    • Guidance and assessments of progress toward achieving CDCs broad strategic goals on surveillance
    • Primary goal is to make recommendations to Senior Leadership and the Director regarding strategies and cross cutting agency gaps and opportunities on surveillance.
  • CDC Health Information Innovation Consortium (CHIIC)
    • foster and promote creative solutions to surveillance challenges in CDC programs and STLT agencies
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Goal 2: Accelerate the utilization of emerging tools and approaches to improve the availability, quality, and timeliness of surveillance data

  • Strategic HIT vendor engagements
  • Support for innovative projects
    • Small project awards (25-50K), technical support
    • Guided by CHIIC
    • Assist existing systems with more rapid innovation as well as developing new approaches
goal 3 improve surveillance through cross cutting initiatives
Goal 3. Improve surveillance through cross-cutting initiatives
  • Initiative 1. Modernize National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS)
  • Initiative 2. BioSense Enhancement Initiative
  • Initiative 3. Accelerate Electronic Laboratory Reporting
  • Initiative 4. Accelerate Electronic Mortality Reporting 
mission aka why are we here
Mission aka “Why are we here?”

A component under the Surveillance Leadership Board to foster and promote creative solutions to surveillance challenges faced by CDC programs and STLT agencies.

Identify and accelerate emerging tools and approaches to improve the availability, quality and timeliness of surveillance data as well information and data of use for public health, improving the information that surveillance needs.

chiic structure
CHIIC Structure
  • Sponsored by OPHSS Chief Public Health Informatics Officer (CPHIO)
  • Advisory Board of Innovation Subject Matter Experts
    • CDC Informaticians selected with input from the SLB
    • Influence project review and award process
    • Develop focus areas and identify potential projects
  • Quarterly Public Forum
    • In person / webinar / teleconference sessions to encourage collaborative use of innovative projects
  • Not governance
  • Complement to existing innovation groups
goals aka what do we do
Goals aka “What do we do?”
  • Collect enhancement ideas – identify potential projects
    • Identify obstacles, potential paths around
  • Share validated learning with peers
  • Encourage reuse
  • Provide attention and focus on smaller, yet valuable surveillance innovations outside of major initiatives
  • Convene quarterly forums, collaborate online
    • Open
    • Not just informatics
resources
Resources
  • Temporary Site - http://www.phconnect.org/group/chiic
    • Will be integrated into Surveillance Strategy Intranet and Internet sites, social media
  • Communication Support
    • Assist projects with sharing lessons learned (write-up, interview, etc.)
    • Future meetings will be more open to the public
  • Informatics Innovation Unit
  • OPHSS Surveillance Strategy Small Project Awards
innovation small project awards
Innovation Small Project Awards
  • Sponsored by OPHSS to support surveillance strategy
  • Annual process, first class in FY2014
  • Portfolio of small projects needing $20-50k
    • Extensions
    • Evaluations & Assessments
    • Experiments
    • Multi-staged projects
    • Prototypes / Pilots
    • Minimum Viable Products
innovation small project awards1
Innovation Small Project Awards
  • Individual projects - $20-50k
  • Total portfolio - $250k
  • Short duration - ~3 months
  • Independently valuable, but extensible (i.e., accretive)
innovation small project awards2
Innovation Small Project Awards
  • Project characteristics:
    • advance innovation on a specific area related to data collection, transport, storage, analysis, visualization, or availability
    • improve effectiveness or efficiency of existing surveillance systems by leveraging emerging information technologies
    • Explore and answer a distinct question and provide validated learning
      • if successful, provide insights or tools that can be generalized to other surveillance systems or activities; or
      • if unsuccessful, provide lessons learned that can be applied to future projects (i.e., failure can still be useful)
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Innovation Small Project Awards
  • Share results of project
    • Context of the project and its stakeholders
    • Program perspective
    • Opportunities for reuse within other programs
    • Potential enhancement areas for add-on work
    • Something indexable (e.g., blog post, article, video, etc.)
next steps timeline
Next Steps & Timeline
  • Post an idea or problem to phconnect.org
  • Quarterly Forums
    • Wednesday, August 13
    • Friday, November 7
    • Tuesday, February 10
    • Tuesday, May 12, 2015
  • Small Project Awards
    • Call for projects in June via email
    • Funding available in July
  • Email balee@cdc.gov to be added to distribution list
thank you questions
Thank you & Questions

For more information please contact Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

1600 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30333

Telephone: 1-800-CDC-INFO (232-4636)/TTY: 1-888-232-6348

Visit: www.cdc.gov | Contact CDC at: 1-800-CDC-INFO or www.cdc.gov/info

The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Office of Public Health Scientific Services

Office of the Director