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Objective: To monitor clinical encounters for gonorrhea infection and disease Syndromic surveillance system: ESSENCE Data Sources: Emergency department visits, primary and urgent care visits  Fields used to query the data: Chief Complaint History, Discharge Diagnosis
Content type: Syndrome

This syndrome attempts to capture Opioid, Cocaine and Meth Injection Drug Use hospital visits. The syndrome was developed using NSSP ESSNECE and evaluated on Maricopa County emergency department and inpatient data. Fields used in ESSENCE include Admit Reason Combo, Cheif Complaint History and... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

Data latency limited the Alabama Department of Public Health’s (ADPH) ability torecognize and respond quickly to public health threats. Despite ADPH’s request that 95% of syndromic surveillance (SyS) data be submitted to ESSENCE* within 24 hours of a visit, some facilities were slow to process... Read more

Content type: Success Stories

This syndrome is a work-in-progress and was created to experiment with Chief Complaint text indicating a language barrier between medical professionals and patient and/or an interpreter is needed to provide medical care.

This was developed on the NSSP ESSENCE CCQV data in the Processed... Read more

Content type: Syndrome

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