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2020 MEETINGS

November 2020 - Recording,  Link to Sara Chronister (Maricopa County, AZ) GitHub, Agenda 

October 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

September 2020 - No call

August 2020 - No call

July 2020 (Topic: Pediatric Complications of COVID -... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

2020 DQ MEETINGS

November 2020 - Recording, Urgent Care Resource: Jurisdictional Urgent Care Facility Listing

October 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

September 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

August 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

July 2020 - No call this... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

 

2020 MEETINGS

May 2020 (Topic: Secondary Outcomes of COVID-19: Mental Health, Substance Use, and Injury) - Recording, Slides 

March 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

January 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

 

2019 MEETINGS

July 2019

March... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

 

2020 MEETINGS

November 2020 (The Give: Vaccine Adverse Events [VAE] Query ) - Recording 

October 2020 (The Give: Likely Interaction between ILI and CLI during Influenza Season & Telemedicine and SyS Data) - Recording

September 2020 (The Give: Wildfire and Smoke... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

 

2020 MEETINGS

October 2020 (Topic: What's Different about Flu this Year? Using Syndromic Surveillance Data during a Pandemic to Monitor CLI and ILI) - Recording, Slides

September 2020 (Topic: Do YOU Have Timely Data Sources for Suicide Prevention? How Do YOU Use Syndromic... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

Background: Provides a definition of eradication and of the disease: that it affects mostly children, results in paralysis in some cases and is preventable through vaccination. 

The disease is nearly eradicated, but remains in three countries, which reported 22 cases in 2017. Eradication... Read more

Content type: Presentation Slides

Defines the current state of impact of malaria. positioning the disease as leading cause of death by disease worldwide. In last 12 years, seven million lives have been saved with a reduction of 60% in fatalities. 

The presentation draws parallels between malaria and polio eradication and... Read more

Content type: Presentation Slides

Presentation identifies the Odisha State in eastern coastal India as a region in the country and world with exceptionally high rates of malaria infection. Odisha, which represents 3% of India’s population was reporting 40% of the nation’s malaria case. The interventions in this state are... Read more

Content type: Presentation Slides

Over 300 independent practices transmit monthly quality reports to a data warehouse using an automated process to summarize patient information into quality measures. All practices have implemented an EHR that captures clinical information to be aggregated for population reporting, and is... Read more

Content type: Abstract

Heuristics to detect irregularly shaped spatial clusters were reviewed recently. The spatial scan statistic is a widely used measure of the strength of clusters. However, other measures may also be useful, such as the geometric compactness penalty, the non-connectivity penalty and other measures... Read more

Content type: Abstract

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