06 April 2012

New Syndromic Surveillance for Meaningful Use Resource

Syndromic Surveillance for Meaningful Use: Background and Resources
The International Society for Disease Surveillance (ISDS) announces the availability of the document, Syndromic Surveillance for Meaningful Use: Background and Resources (pdf), which was developed by ISDS to provide background information and resources to address a gap in understanding of the Meaningful Use (MUse) requirements related to the syndromic surveillance objective.

The MUse programs, enacted under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) of 2009, have launched a new opportunity to improve both individual and population health outcomes by capitalizing on the use of electronic health information. For Stage 1 of the program, providers must meet one of three public health related requirements in order to receive benefits. Syndromic Surveillance is one of the public health options.

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