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  • Title: Welcome to PHII | PHII
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Contact.. Student Login.. Main menu.. About.. What We Do.. How We Work.. Resources.. Get In Touch.. Community.. Previous.. Pause.. Next.. 1.. of.. 7.. Candidates are invited to apply for the APHIF fellowship.. The Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship, now open to applications, invites public health professionals to explore the field of informatics within the context of a dynamic fellowship.. The deadline has been extended to February 19.. Apply to be a fellowship host site.. The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists invites state and local public health agencies to apply as host sites for two fellowship programs: the Health Systems Integration Fellowship Program (HSIP) and the Informatics Training-in-Place Program (I-TIPP).. Candidates are invited to apply for the HSIP fellowship.. The Health Systems Integration Fellowship Program invites public health professionals with a strong background in epidemiology or informatics to explore public health and primary care integration within the context of a dynamic fellowship.. The application deadline is March 31.. An experiential walk-through of the Common Ground approach.. View an animated walk-through of the Common Ground approach and learn the Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology (CRDM)™ — proven process analysis tools to understand and document your workflows.. Resources for public health practitioners.. Download free resources for improving public health practice.. Get the latest guidance on biosurveillance systems, immunization information exchange, and electronic disease surveillance systems — as well as toolkits from the Common Ground Project and landmark reports such as Taking Care of Business.. Register for a free biosurveillance webinar.. On February 27, from 2-3:30 p.. m.. EST, join Gillings School of Global Public Health for a free webinar, Beneficial Practices for Improving Biosurveillance: Mass Gathering.. Special guests will discuss public health preparedness and surveillance.. PHII Informatics Academy.. Widely recognized for its training initiatives and programs, the Academy builds informatics capacity in the public health enterprise.. Training programs range from face-to-face training to webinars and online courses.. Dave's Blog.. Dave Ross.. Director of the Public Health Informatics Institute.. Always on the leading edge in recognizing and interpreting the forces, trends and technologies impacting public health, He serves up his blog with keen insight, an uncanny ability to get to the heart of the matter, and an unfailing sense of humor.. Private Health Care Finds Population Health.. As the ACA is implemented, the American health care system is moving from its previous fee-for-service model to one that is more of a value-based purchasing model.. In other words, for the first time, insurance companies have a financial incentive to.. Read More >.. Clean Sweeps in the Rust Belt: Buffalo, NY Uses Big Data to Improve Neighborhoods.. I’d like to bring your attention to a recent article from CIO magazine that gives a great example of how big data can be used effectively.. In Buffalo, NY, city departments are working together as part of the Operation Clean Sweep program to improve.. See More Blog Posts.. ›.. Industry News.. U.. S.. launches new global initiative to prevent infectious disease threats.. February 13, 2014.. Leveraging mobile technology for improved public health.. February 12, 2014.. Healthcare informatics grows more sophisticated, more practical.. February 11, 2014.. Pentagon looking for Big Mechanism to mine health data.. February 10, 2014.. Can the feds make health IT systems talk to each other?.. Our resources are freely available to all in public health.. Check out the latest resources below or.. click here to browse all our resources.. Graduate Tracking  ...   Atlanta, GA.. April 1.. -.. 4, 2014.. The Preparedness Summit is the premier national conference in the field of public health preparedness.. The four-day annual event provides one of the only cross-disciplinary learning opportunities in the field and has evolved over time to meet the growing needs of the preparedness community.. EHDI Annual Meeting.. Jacksonville, FL.. April 13 - 15, 2014.. The 2014 Early Hearing Detection Intervention (EHDI) Meeting brings federal, state, and local programs, academics, and families together to enhance the implementation of comprehensive state-based EHDI programs.. Participants will learn to identify and promote knowledge and awareness of successful strategies for implementing comprehensive state-based EHDI, interpret and describe current research and research methods related to EHDI, and a discuss the importance of enhancing and creating new and ongoing working relationships among federal agencies, nonprofit organizations, state health departments and educational agencies, advocacy groups, families, and professionals.. Public Health Informatics Conference.. April 29 - May 1, 2014.. ePublic Health: The Future is Now.. Abstract submission is now open!.. Please submit an abstract by.. November 22, 2013.. !.. As co-sponsors of the conference, CDC and NACCHO will host events, develop partnerships, build relationships and initiate programs and policies that distinguish the Public Health Informatics Conference as the premier vehicle for which positive opportunities for change are possible through thought-provoking and well-informed presentations and dialogue sessions.. STD Prevention Conference.. June 9 - 12, 2014.. The 2014 STD Prevention Conference, in collaboration with the 15th IUSTI World Congress and the 2nd Latin American IUSTI-ALACITS Congress, will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 9-13, 2014.. Call for abstracts, registration, venue, and other information to help you plan will be posted to on the.. CDC website.. in the coming months.. 2014 CSTE Annual Conference.. June 22 - 26, 2014.. The CSTE Annual Conference connects more than 1,000 public health epidemiologists from across the country and will include workshops, plenary sessions with leaders in public health field, oral breakout sessions, roundtable discussions, and poster presentations.. Attendees from across the country share their expertise in surveillance and epidemiology as well as best practices in a broad range of areas including informatics, infectious diseases, immunizations, environmental health, occupational health, chronic disease, injury control, and maternal and child health.. Take this opportunity to meet and build relationships with your colleagues.. 2014 NACCHO Annual Conference.. July 9 - 11, 2014.. The New Era of Public Health: Science, Innovation, and Policy.. NACCHO Annual 2014 will provide an interactive setting for local health officials and their public health partners from around the country to examine.. See More Events.. Collaboration innovation for public health.. The Public Health Informatics Institute (a program of the Task Force for Global Health) works with public health professionals and their stakeholders on projects centered around requirements development, practice support and informatics training.. Our mission is to improve health outcomes worldwide by transforming health practitioners’ ability to apply information effectively.. Bill Watson: 1924-2013.. The PHII remembers Bill Watson.. , PHII founder and beloved leader.. Stay up-to-date with PHII.. Sign up for our newsletter.. HTML Form Generator.. Our Principles.. Methodology.. Stakeholder Analysis.. Project Chartering.. Communications Planning.. Topic.. Project.. Date.. Sitemap.. History.. Partners.. Staff.. Employment.. FAQs.. Requirements.. Practice / Support.. Training.. Facebook.. Twitter.. Linkedin.. Youtube.. Copyright 2007-2014 Public Health Informatics Institute.. All Rights Reserved |.. Privacy Policy.. 325 Swanton Way.. Decatur, Georgia 30030.. Tel: 1.. 866.. 815.. 9704.. 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  • Title: Get In Touch | PHII
    Descriptive info: Recommended Sites.. Secondary menu.. We’d love to hear from you! In addition to joining in our Community discussions, please contact us if you need more information about PHII, our projects, partners or work, or if you have suggestions or requests related to this website.. And while you’re here, be  ...   up-to-date on everything that’s happening at PHII.. Ask A Question.. Our Location.. 325 Swanton Way,.. Newsletter Signup Form.. Enter your email below to sign up for our newsletters.. Latest News.. Dave s Blog.. Feb 10, 2014.. Dec 02, 2013.. “Struck by Orca”: An Illustrated Guide to ICD-10.. Nov 22, 2013..

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  • Title: About | PHII
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. 10th Anniversary.. About Us.. Visit taskforce.. org for more information.. The Public Health Informatics Institute is a program of the Task Force for Global Health, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.. Our staff is comprised of professionals in the areas of public health, healthcare, information systems and communications—all well-versed in  ...   known for its expertise as a neutral convener of public health professionals and their stakeholders, transforming health practitioners’ ability to apply information effectively in order to improve health outcomes worldwide.. Our work falls into three key areas of focus: Requirements development; convening and facilitating; and training.. Popular Resources.. Improving Public Health Preparedness:Str..

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  • Title: What We Do | PHII
    Descriptive info: Requirements Laboratory.. Practice Support.. Informatics Academy.. The work of PHII is concentrated in three areas of emphasis, the Requirements Lab, Informatics Academy and Practice Support “lines of business”.. Within each area, PHII works on a variety of projects, funded by both private foundations and government institutions.. We collaborate on these projects with public health practitioners, associations and subject matter experts to both meet the goals of our funders and advance our mission of improving the use of information to achieve better public health outcomes.. For Requirements Lab projects, PHII applies a facilitated collaborative approach to developing requirements for public health information  ...   Framework.. Public Health Surveillance Requirements.. Public Health EHR Requirements.. Through our Practice Support projects, PHII facilitates public health collaborations that enable practitioners to learn from each other, share best practices and work together to address barriers to improving population health.. HRSA Connections Community of Practice.. Provide Support to the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Health (OASH).. Enhanced Technical Assistance Project (ETAP) Consultation IIS Regulations.. Informatics Academy projects seek to build much-needed informatics capacity in the public health enterprise through focused training initiatives and programs.. Informatics Training for Program Managers.. Informatics Training for Surveillance Epidemiologists.. Applied Public Health Informatics Curriculum (APHIC)..

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  • Title: How We Work | PHII
    Descriptive info: PHII approaches each project by focusing on our core tenets: collaboration and achieving consensus among participants and stakeholders.. In addition, we follow a well-established set of best practices designed to keep projects on time and within scope.. Among the best practices we employ is our Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology, which gives project participants tools and a process for documenting public health workflows and defining functional requirements for information systems that support those workflows.. Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology.. Click here to view a nine- minute animated introductory  ...   to:.. Use proven process analysis tools and methods to understand and document your workflows;.. Re-design your tasks to eliminate inefficiencies and redundancy;.. Effectively describe the ways in which information systems should support your work.. Our Principles PHII’s four principles serve as a guide to help public.. Methodology PHII has developed a cost-effective and rational approach to.. Stakeholder Analysis One of the most common mistakes public health.. Communications Planning A communications plan is an effective tool for.. Project Chartering A key element of every PHII engagement—and one we..

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  • Title: Resources by Topic | PHII
    Descriptive info: Resources Snippet.. The products of our work are made freely available to all in public health.. We encourage practitioners, policy makers, funders and others interested in the advancement of public health practice to download and use the many valuable resources you will find here.. Browse available resources by topic, by project, by funder or by date, or use the search feature to search for specific key words, authors or subjects.. And please take a moment to rate and comment on specific  ...   continually improve the quality of the resources we offer.. Search form.. Search.. Browse Resources By.. Funder.. Building Public Health Informatics Capacity.. Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology (CRDM).. Graduate tracking.. Immunization Information System.. Business Process Analysis/Redesign.. Child Health Information Systems.. Chronic Disease Management.. e-Public Health Health Reform.. Global Health.. Health Information Exchange.. Informatics Education.. IT Strategy.. Local Public Health.. Logistics Management.. Meaningful Use.. Performance Improvement.. Public Health Advocacy/Policy.. Public Health Laboratories.. Public Health Preparedness.. Public Health Surveillance.. Pages.. 2.. next ›.. last »..

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  • Title: Community | PHII
    Descriptive info: Discussion Forum.. PHII fosters collaboration by building communities of public health practitioners who are committed to building effective information systems within their agencies.. We encourage you to join us by learning more about what we do and sharing your insights and ideas.. As the ACA is implemented, the American health care system is moving from its previous fee-for-service model to one that is more of a value-based.. read more.. 0 comment(s).. In Buffalo.. You might enjoy the new ICD-10 illustrated guide, “Struck by Orca,” which pokes fun at many of the codes used to describe a number of medial ailments..

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  • Title: Training List / Informatics Academy | PHII
    Descriptive info: PHII is widely recognized among public health practitioners and partners for our focused training initiatives and programs, building much-needed informatics capacity in the public health enterprise.. Our training programs range from hands-on requirements initiatives, where participants learn to apply the tools and techniques of the CRDM; to the development of the competency-based Applied Public Health Curriculum, freely available to schools of public health for informatics certificate and degree programs; to the establishment of  ...   health workforce.. Projects Include:.. Applied Public Health Informatics Fellowship.. Designing and Managing Public Health Information Systems: 8 Steps to Success.. Finding Institute PUBLICATIONS WORK PRODUCTS.. All Institute work products are available for download on our.. RESOURCES.. page.. Browse by:.. TOPIC.. of publication.. PROJECT.. that produced publication.. FUNDER.. that supported the work.. DATE.. published (by year).. or use the keyword search feature on the Resources page.. Click here to go to RESOURCES page now..

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  • Title: Staff Pages | PHII
    Descriptive info: ».. David A.. Ross.. Ross, ScD.. Director.. Phone: (866) 815-9704.. dross@phii.. org.. Dr.. David Ross is the Director of the Public Health Informatics Institute.. He became the Director of All Kids Count; a program of PHII supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), in 2000, and subsequently began PHII, also with funding from RWJF.. Dave's experience spans the private healthcare and public health sectors.. Before joining the Task Force, he was an executive with a private health information systems firm, a public health service officer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and an executive in a  ...   health services research.. After serving as Director of the Health Service Research Center, Baltimore USPHS Hospital, he became Vice President for Administration with the Wyman Park Health System.. In 1983, he joined the CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health.. During his career at CDC, he worked in environmental health, CDC’s executive administration, and public health practice.. Dave was founding director of the Information Network for Public Health Officials (INPHO), CDC’s national initiative to improve the information infrastructure of public health.. His research and programmatic interests reflect those of PHII: the strategic application of information technologies to improve public health practice..

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  • Title: Private Health Care Finds Population Health | PHII
    Descriptive info: In other words, for the first time, insurance companies have a financial incentive to keep population segments healthy, and they’re passing that pressure on to health care providers.. It’s no longer enough for clinicians to treat illnesses; they now must make a concentrated effort to screen at-risk patients and design preventative health care regimens.. For example, instead of simply prescribing insulin to diabetic patients, providers are expected to catch at-risk patients in the pre-diabetic stages and stop the disease in its tracks with tools like exercise plans and referrals to specialists like dieticians.. To help them in their new population health mission, health IT companies like Cerner are designing services to focus on analyzing patient population health needs—but does their “population health” match public health’s definition?.. To Cerner—and, by extension, the medical provider organizations it services—populations comprise, for the most part, the patients for which the insurance company is responsible.. If Joe Schmo isn’t covered by Acme Insurance Company, then to Acme, he simply doesn’t exist.. Our country’s private insurance  ...   organization’s transition into role of population health manager.. When a “population” is not an all-encompassing term, then whole population segments are excluded, which can only fuel existing health coverage disparities and deepen the health rift between the haves and the have-nots.. Public health seems to have a unique responsibility – we speak on behalf of the entire population.. If we wish to forge into an equitable future, public health practitioners must learn to work side-by-side with these new stakeholders to identify health care gaps and alleviate disparity.. While building new partnerships isn’t easy, the need has never been greater.. Tag:.. population health.. insurance.. privatization.. predictive healthcare.. Affordable Care Act.. Dave s blog.. Add new comment.. Your name.. Subject.. Comment.. *.. Switch to plain text editor.. More information about text formats.. Text format.. Filtered HTML.. Plain text.. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.. Allowed HTML tags: a em strong cite blockquote code ul ol li dl dt dd.. Lines and paragraphs break automatically.. No HTML tags allowed..

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  • Title: Clean Sweeps in the Rust Belt: Buffalo, NY Uses Big Data to Improve Neighborhoods | PHII
    Descriptive info: I’d like to bring your attention to a.. recent article.. from CIO magazine that gives a great example of how big data can be used effectively.. In Buffalo, NY, city departments are working together as part of the Operation Clean Sweep program to improve the most challenged neighborhoods.. Using data gathered from 911 calls, population density maps, and more, they are able to pinpoint  ...   neighborhoods.. Operation Clean Sweep performs tasks like removing litter and debris, sealing vacant houses, providing employment and health care services, and setting up neighborhood watch programs.. The key takeaway from this article is that working collaboratively and using resources efficiently – despite economic hardship – really can make a difference in a community and in improving population health.. Buffalo.. Operation Clean Sweep.. Big Data.. Collaboration..

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