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PHINews ; v. 4, issue 9, 2010
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    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.). Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology and Laboratory Services. Public Health Informatics and Technology Program Office. ; Public Health Information Network ;
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    The COE In Public Health Informatics -- Partnerships & Collaboration In Action... -- PHINews Turns 4! -- In and Around PHIN -- Harvard COE -- Notes from the Field -- New Collaborative Opportunities for Syndromic Surveillance...

    In this issue of PHINews, the following article highlights the Centers Of Excellence (COE) in Public Health Informatics. CDC began the COE program in 2005 to initiate research for new strategies and tools in Public Health Informatics. Each “center of excellence” is funded for five years to conduct two projects that enhance health care information management and improve the detection of and response to emerging public health alerts. The study and practice of public health informatics translates measurable public health results to promote health and prevent diseases, injuries or dis- abilities. Each center of excellence will conduct two new projects that support national priorities in informatics, and support real-time bio-surveillance for potential health threats through immediate access to data from hospitals and health care systems in major metropolitan areas across the nation. This issue of PHINews reviews the projects at Harvard and following issues this year will feature the other COEs: Indiana University, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Utah.

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