Report examines state electronic disease surveillance systems

07/31/2009 | Government Health IT magazine

The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists found that states that deployed electronic systems for disease surveillance rely more on customized systems and ignore interoperability in their decision-making practices. The study suggests states should collaborate with surveillance and health care IT stakeholders "to improve the efficacy and quality of electronic disease surveillance systems."

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