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Recent events have focused on the role of emerging and re-emerging diseases not only as a significant public health threat but also as a serious threat to the economy and security of nations. The lead time to detect and contain a novel emerging disease or events with public health importance has... Read more

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There are currently over 25 installations of ESSENCE across the US. Among these, there are 3 instances of multi-jurisdictional implementations. These include a centralized regional system in the National Capital Region for MD, DC, and VA, a Missouri system that includes hospitals and users from... Read more

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The new 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR), a legally binding instrument for all 194 WHO member countries, significantly expanded the scope of reportable conditions and are intended to help prevent and respond to global public health threats. SAGES aims to improve local public health... Read more

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Automated Electronic Disease Surveillance has become a common tool for most public health practitioners. Users of these systems can analyze and visualize data coming from hospitals, schools, and a variety of sources to determine the health of their communities. The insights that users gain from... Read more

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