Data Sharing Through Dashboards: The Who, What, Where, When, and Why

Presented April 26, 2019.

Description: Join us for this lightning talk webinar experience where you will see multiple examples of data dashboards and learn more about who they were created for, how they were developed, where and when the data is being shared, and what impact the dashboard has had on improving public health practice. We will hear from 5 presenters from around the public health community as they discuss their work on opioid, flu, and general disease surveillance dashboards.

Presenters addressed the following questions:

April 30, 2019

Turning the Tide on the Opioid Epidemic

Presenters

Susan Robinson, Vaccine-Preventable Disease Epidemiologist, Arizona Department of Health Services

Erica Weis, Injury Prevention Epidemiologist, Arizona Department of Health Services

Background

March 27, 2019

Interactive Reporting & Dashboards in R Markdown - Intermediate & Advanced

Presented October 23, 2018.

Presenter

Edgar Ruiz is a solution's engineer at RStudio that has a background in deploying enterprise reporting and Business Intelligence solutions. He has posted multiple articles and blog posts sharing analytics insights and server infrastructure for Data Science. He lives with his family near Biloxi, MS. 

October 30, 2018

State Opioid Overdose Surveillance Dashboards

Below are the publicly available opioid overdose surveillance dashboards by U.S. state or territory. This list is updated as of March 7, 2019.

June 22, 2018

Integrating data from disparate data systems for improved HIV reporting: Lessons learned

In 2015, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) responded to a large HIV outbreak among persons who inject drugs (PWID) in Scott County. Information to manage the public health response to this event and its aftermath included data from multiple sources such as surveillance, HIV testing, contact tracing, medical care, and HIV prevention activities. Each dataset was managed separately and had been tailored to the relevant HIV program area’s needs, which is a typical practice for health departments.

January 19, 2018

SurSaUD Software: A Tool to Support the Data Management, the Analysis and the Dissemination of Results from the French Syndromic Surveillance System

The French syndromic surveillance system SurSaUD was set up by the French institute for public health surveillance (InVS) in 2004. The system is based on three main data sources: 1) the attendances in the Emergency departments (ED), 2) the consultations to emergency General Practitioners’ associations SOS Médecins, 3) the mortality data from civil status offices and e-certificates.

July 02, 2018

Improving syndromic surveillance for non-power users: NC DETECT dashboards

NC DETECT provides near-real-time statewide surveillance capacity to local, regional and state level users across NC with twice daily data feeds from 117 (99%) emergency departments (EDs), hourly updates from the statewide poison center, and daily feeds from statewide EMS runs and select urgent care centers. The NC DETECT Web Application provides access to aggregate and line listing analyses customized to users' respective jurisdictions. The most active users are state-level epidemiologists (DPH) and hospital-based public health epidemiologists (PHEs).

May 02, 2019

Enhancing Public Health Surveillance by Using Multiple Data Sources for Syndromic Surveillance: The Alberta Real Time Syndromic Surveillance Net

Capital Health is a regional health care organization, which provides services for over one million inhabitants in the Edmonton area of Alberta, Canada. Traditionally, disease surveillance under its jurisdiction has been paper-based and records maintained by different departments in several locations. Before the Alberta Real Time Syndromic Surveillance Net (ARTSSN), there was no centralized database or unified approach to surveillance and automated reporting despite rich electronic health data in the region.

July 30, 2018

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