CDC Health Information Innovation Consortium 2016 annual report
Corporate Authors:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.). Office of Public Health Scientific Services. ; CDC Health Information Innovation Consortium. ;
Description:CDC recognizes and is committed to the call for innovative solutions. In 2014, the Office of Public Health Scientific Services (OPHSS) created the CHIIC to foster and promote creative solutions to improve public health surveillance.
The goal of the consortium is to encourage innovative projects with Public Health Informatics and Health IT activities across the agency, make them available as reproducible tools and models, and share lessons learned openly with programs and projects within CDC and its public health partners. CHIIC serves as a channel for innovative projects in CDC programs and collaborates with State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial agencies.
This report highlights the overall impact CHIIC’s funding has had in advancing innovation within the agency and in partnership with key stakeholders. The report identifies the number of project proposals submitted in the 2016 project portfolio, the number of awarded projects, and highlights the purpose, results, and reuse or extension opportunities of the completed projects from the 2015 and 2014 project portfolio.
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