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Although the advent of the ONCs "meaningful use" criteria has added significant new incentives for healthcare organizations to provide the necessary data for implementing syndromic surveillance, incentives alone are not sufficient to sustain a robust community of practice that engages public... Read more

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This webinar is part of the Meaningful Use Webinar Series entitled "Discovering the New Frontier of Syndromic Surveillance: A Meaningful Use Dialogue"

Amy Kelsey will continue the ISDS Meaningful Use webinar series by discussing Missouri's experience with inpatient EHR data.  Her talk... Read more

Content type: Webinar

More than a decade ago, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense, the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) developed the Electronic Surveillance System for the Early Notification of Community-based Epidemics (Enterprise ESSENCE), which is currently used by ... Read more

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Icy weather events increase the risk for injury from falls on untreated or inadequately treated surfaces. These events often result in ED visits, which represents a significant public health and economic impact1. The goal of this project was to start the process toward an evaluation of the... Read more

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Maryland utilizes ESSENCE for identification of emerging public health threats, including non-fatal overdoses. Synthetic cannabinoids are heterogeneous psychoactive compounds identified as substances of abuse [1]. In March 2018, the Illinois Department of Public Health received reports of... Read more

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2020 MEETINGS

February 21, 2020 (EVALI Hot Wash Exercise) - Recording, Slides, Agenda, EVALI Timeline

January 3, 2020 (The Give: Integrating SyS and Preparedness Guidance Doc - Organization) - Recording, Slides, Agenda

 

2019 MEETINGS

December 20, 2019... Read more

Content type: Meeting Recordings & Notes

This presentation will focus on how to use queries in ESSENCE.  In addition to teaching the basic mechanics of the application, the presentation will explore advanced techniques for utilizing queries in features like myESSENCE, advanced graphing, and data downloads.

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Wayne... Read more

Content type: Webinar

Syndromic surveillance systems have historically focused on aggregating data into syndromes for analysis and visualization. These syndromes provide users a way to quickly filter large amounts of data into a manageable number of streams to analyze. Additionally, ESSENCE users have the ability to... Read more

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Syndromic surveillance is the near real-time monitoring of key health indicators in emergency department (ED) and urgent care visits. Oregon ESSENCE tracks the number of visits for specific patient symptoms using chief complaints (what the patient says is the reason for their visit) and... Read more

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Electronic disease surveillance canonically represents analysis performed on health records with respect to their syndromes, complaints, lab data, etc. This data can tell the story of a patient’s current status but does not provide a holistic look at the where the patient is from. By... Read more

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