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Effective anomaly detection depends on the timely, asynchronous generation of anomalies from multiple data streams using multiple algorithms. Our objective is to describe the use of a case manager tool for combining anomalies into cases, and for collaborative investigation and disposition of... Read more

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A Quest Diagnostics Incorporated – CDC collaboration in 2000  pioneered  exploration  of  test  ordering data to enhance infectious diseasessurveillance1. This  year’s  unexpected shortage of vaccine and reports of human illness caused by avian influenza  A  (H5N1)  in  Asia2  heightened concern... Read more

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Events of recent years, particularly concern about a possible avian (H5N1) influenza pandemic, have focused increasing attention on the need for timely surveillance, with real time surveillance as the ultimate goal. In a previous study, we reported on the utility of monitoring clinical... Read more

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