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2016 Public Health Informatics Conference

Access, Analysis, Action

Date: Aug 21 - Aug 24, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM (Sun) - 5:00 PM (Wed)
Place: Atlanta, GA

ICF will present at the 2016 Public Health Informatics (PHI) Conference. The event identifies the current state of public health informatics capabilities at the federal, state, and local level. About 1,200 attendees will gather to learn best practices and core informatics, apply innovative use of case studies, and identify opportunities all concerning public health.

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Poster Presentation: Building and Utilizing a Customized Data System to Apply a Standardized Coding Schema and Inform Outcomes on DCH Awardees’ Programmatic Plans
Poster Number: 12
Date: Monday, August 22
Time: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
ICF Author: Lauren Toledo
More Information: Discover how a customized coding application developed using Microsoft Access and SQL Server easily allows coding of awardee action plans, objectives, and activities, to facilitate performance monitoring and reporting of short term outcomes in near real-time.

Poster Presentation: Developing and Using a National Interstate Data Exchange Application System (N-IDEAS) for Cancer Data-Sharing: N-IDEAS Experience from CDC/NPCR
Poster Number: 22
Date: Monday, August 22
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
ICF Authors: Kevin Zhang, Shailendra Bhavsar
The National Interstate Data Exchange Application System (N-IDEAS) is an innovative product developed for National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR)-funded registries to aid data collection and operation improvement efforts. Discover why data exchange using N-IDEAS is not limited to cancer data and also has the potential to meet other local, regional, and national public health needs where secure data transfer may be required.

Poster Presentation: Real-Time Double Data Entry Quality Control of Health Demographic Surveillance Data in Chókwè, Southern Mozambique
Poster Number: 73
Date: Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Time: 12:00PM - 1:30PM
ICF Author: Dawud Ujamaa
More Information: Double Data Entry is considered the gold standard for preventing data entry errors. However, the delay in the comparison of the data hinders the timeliness and availability of data. As part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Global HIV & TB (DGHT) Combination Prevention project in Chókwè Mozambique, an innovative Real-Time Double-Data Entry system was developed and implemented in the collection of Health Data which decreased data discrepancies by 86%.