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Slide Presentation of the 2007 Annual Meeting of AHRQ

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NYC Center of Excellence in Public Health Informatics Resources

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Diagram depicts the members of the NYC Center of Excellence in Public Health Informatics Resources within three organizations:

1. NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

  • Citywide immunization registry
  • Electronic death registration system
  • MIS
  • Primary Care Information Project: EClinician.org; Handheld Project; Disease Management; Demonstration Project; Correctional health HER
  • Bureau of Informatics and Data Services: eURF (Univ. Reporting Form); PHIN-MS Transport; Electronic lead test requisitions; Syndromic Surveillance; data transfer
  • Bureau of Epidemiology Services: Epi Query; Community Health Profiles; Community Health Survey; Qualitative Research; GIS Center of Excellence
  • Take Care New York
  • Bureau of Communicable Diseases: Communicable Disease Surveillance System; Health Alert Network; Syndromic Surveillance Program
  • Bureau of Public Health Training: CHI; Public Health Library; Learning Management System

2. Institute for Urban Family Health

  • Bronx Health REACH
  • Community Access Project
  • Health Information Technology Training
  • New York Community Trust Cancer Prevention Project
  • United Hospital Fund-Visiting Nurse Service Collaboration

3. Columbia University

  • HINT: Delivering medical knowledge at the point of care
  • HUNCH (Heuristics to Uncover New Clinical Hypotheses)
  • IDEATel (Informatics For Diabetes Education And Telemedicine)
  • Intermed GLIF (GuideLine Interchange Format)
  • MedLEE (Medical Language Extraction and Encoding)
  • MI-HEART: Distribution of Web-based educational materials, customized using patients' electronic medical records
  • PatCIS (Patient Access to the Clinical Information System)

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