10 November 2011

Extended Deadline: Call for Nominations to Meaningful Use Workgroup

Call for Nominations to Meaningful Use Workgroup:
Due to requests for an extended deadline, nominations to the Meaningful Use Workgroup will be accepted until Wednesday, November 16, 2011. 

ISDS is seeking nominations for members of a new 10-person Meaningful Use Workgroup with various stakeholder perspectives and expertise in public health practice and medical informatics. This workgroup will guide the development of ISDS recommendations to support public health authorities in using Meaningful Use certified hospital inpatient and ambulatory EHR data for timely and effective public health prevention and response. 

For more information about the workgroup and the nomination process, visit the workgroup webpage.
New extended deadline:
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Call for Potential Uses of Public Health Syndromic Surveillance Data:
ISDS is seeking input from U.S. and international surveillance professionals to determine the primary public health purposes of public health syndromic surveillance (PHSS) and the data elements needed from inpatient and ambulatory clinical care settings. 

Submit your potential uses on-line here.

All responses must be submitted using the online submission process by Friday, November 18, 2011 at 9pm EST. 

Visit the Call for Potential Uses webpage for more information.

Questions: Contact Charlie Ishikawa, MSPH at (617) 779-0880, or via email at meaningfuluse@syndromic.org for more information. 

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