Evaluating Real-Time Syndromic Surveillance Signals from Ambulatory Care Data in Four States

@article{Yih2010EvaluatingRS,
  title={Evaluating Real-Time Syndromic Surveillance Signals from Ambulatory Care Data in Four States},
  author={W. Yih and S. Deshpande and Candace M. Fuller and D. Heisey-Grove and J. Hsu and B. Kruskal and M. Kulldorff and Michael Leach and J. Nordin and Jessie Patton-Levine and Ella D Puga and E. Sherwood and I. Shui and R. Platt},
  journal={Public Health Reports},
  year={2010},
  volume={125},
  pages={111 - 120}
}
Objectives. We evaluated a real-time ambulatory care-based syndromic surveillance system in four metropolitan areas of the United States. Methods. Health-care organizations and health departments in California, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Texas participated during 2007–2008. Syndromes were defined using International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision diagnostic codes in electronic medical records. Health-care organizations transmitted daily counts of new episodes of illness by… Expand
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