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In today’s fast paced world, information is available (and expected) instantaneously. Social media has only fueled this expectation as it has permeated all aspects of our lives. More and more of the population is turning to social media outlets to share their thoughts and update their status,... Read more

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As a part of the Zika Birth Defects Surveillance, a national effort coordinated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), NYC is conducting enhanced surveillance of all births with defects included in the congenital Zika syndrome (CZS) phenotype among infants born in NYC beginning... Read more

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The New York State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (NYSVDL) receives more than 100,000 diagnostic submissions a year that are not currently used in any formal syndromic surveillance system. In 2009, a pilot study of syndrome classification schemes was undertaken and in 2011 a new general... Read more

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Syndromic surveillance aims to decrease the time to detection of an outbreak compared to traditional surveillance methods. Emergency department (ED) syndromic surveillance systems vary in their methodology and complexity and are usually based on presenting chief complaints. Prior work in ED-... Read more

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To supplement CuSum analyses of syndromic surveillance databases within the New York State Department of Healthís (NYSDOH) Electronic Syndromic Surveillance System with other measures that would indicate a daily count is higher than expected in order to minimize the end-user burden of following... Read more

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The Syndromic Surveillance Consortium of Southeast Texas (SSCSeT) consists of 13 stakeholders who represent 19 counties or jurisdictions in the Texas Gulf Coast region and receives health data from over 100 providers. The Houston Health Department (HHD) maintains and operates the syndromic... Read more

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Data submitted to ILINet from ambulatory practices are a primary feature of influenza-like illness (ILI) surveillance in the United States. Practices count relevant patient records and submit this data manually to ILINet. The ongoing data collection is useful for surveillance, and a significant... Read more

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We implemented the CDC EARS algorithms in our DADAR (Data Analysis, Detection, and Response) situational awareness platform. We encountered some skepticism among some of our partners about the efficacy of these algorithms for more than the simplest tracking of seasonal flu.

We analyzed... Read more

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Traditional surveillance systems only capture a fraction of the estimated 48 million yearly cases of foodborne illness in the United States due to few affected individuals seeking medical care and lack of reporting to appropriate authorities. Non-traditional disease surveillance approaches could... Read more

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Since 2004, the French syndromic surveillance system SurSaUD® coordinated by the French Public Health Agency (Sante publique France) daily collects morbidity data from two data sources: the emergency departments (ED) network Oscour® and the emergency general practitioners associations SOS... Read more

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