The International Society for Disease Surveillance is pleased to present Electronic Syndromic Surveillance Using Hospital Inpatient and Ambulatory Clinical Care Electronic Health Record Data: Recommendations from the ISDS Meaningful Use Workgroup (Recommendations).
About the Project
The Syndromic Surveillance Meaningful Use: Inpatient and Ambulatory Care Data project seeks to expand ISDS’s previous meaningful use recommendation through a community consensus-driven process. Given the novelty of syndromic surveillance using these data, and the need to identify a base level of practice for the Meaningful Use programs, ISDS will use a three-phase, iterative development process that will solicit stakeholder input at project initiation and while recommendations are formulated.
ISDS Meaningful Use Workgroup
Call for Nominations to the Meaningful Use Workgroup
Call for Potential Uses of Public Health Syndromic Surveillance Data
Preliminary Data: De-identified Stakeholder Responses
Preliminary Analysis of Stakeholder Response to the “Call for Potential Uses of Public Health Syndromic Surveillance”
March Meaningful Use Webinar Series
Draft Guidelines: Comment Period Now Closed (March 6, 2012 – April 2, 2012)
Revised Guidelines: Comment Period Now Closed (June 5, 2012 – July 3, 2012)
This project is supported under a contract provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Notifiable Diseases and Healthcare Information.
For further information, contact Charlie Ishikawa, MSPH at 617-779-0886, or via email [email protected].