Evaluating Syndromic Surveillance Systems

Description: 

While results from syndromic surveillance systems are commonly presented in the literature, few systems appear to have been thoroughly evaluated to examine which events can and cannot be detected, the time to detection and the efficacy of different syndromic surveillance data streams. Such an evaluation framework is presented.

Objective

To devise a methodology for evaluating the effectiveness of syndromic surveillance systems

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Original Publication Year: 
2015
Event/Publication Date: 
December, 2015

August 31, 2017

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