One of his major accomplishments was establishing one of the first electronic emergency department syndromic surveillance systems in the country.
What does SSS stand for?
SSS stands for Syndromic Surveillance System (public health)
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- Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (Italian: Saint Anna Advanced School)
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For example, she said, Mexico has a robust syndromic surveillance system for diarrheal illness, while the U.
Discussion This is the first population-based health study of peat bog fire exposures using a syndromic surveillance system with a nearly comprehensive record of health outcomes from an entire geographic region.
GAO-09-100 November 20, 2008 In 2003, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), developed an electronic syndromic surveillance system called BioSense that uses health-related data to identify patterns of disease symptoms prior to specific diagnoses.
A survey evaluates syndromic surveillance systems for monitoring public health information sources, while another article introduces different approaches to educational informatics.
edu Syndromic surveillance systems monitor pre-diagnostic data (such as work absenteeism or ambulance dispatch records) to identify, as early as possible, trends that may signal disease outbreaks caused by bioterrorist attacks.
This is the first syndromic surveillance system that makes it easy to provide built-in secure communication directly between hospitals and public health officials who require immediate notification of suspicious symptom clusters.