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Final Report

  • Executive summary
    • Approach to the Project
      • Previous efforts to respond to public health crises have been retroactive and limited to the specific challenge at hand. This project sought to create an enduring, reusable and scalable infrastructure for data and analytics that could be used both to inform the COVID-19 pandemic and future public health challenges. 
    • Challenges
    • The takeaways that were similar across partners
    • Unexpected outcomes
  • Lessons Learned
    • Need to create clear coding and implementation guidance across use cases and partners
    • CDC ideally could take the lead in systematizing the reporting to IIS and public health – MedMorph reference
      • State IIS systems are driven by the public health reporting use case but do not provide the support for clinical care organizations. That support includes the need for access by health care coordinators who are not clinicians, the need for bulk queries by provider organizations to their patient panel, and the movement of IIS data across state lines. 
      • CDC has been building the IZGateway, a potential link across state requirements to transfer the data to the correct state. This would be an excellent opportunity both to bring forward the centralization of reporting for FQHCs and to provide an opportunity for centralized query of the national IIS network.
    • Need to build enduring approaches at both the local level and the regional/federal level
      • Federal could coordinate information gathering data at federal, state, specialty system - establish a minimum set of fields.
    • Automation and standardization is critical to scale and spread
  • Appendices
    • All Partner Final Reports
    • Complete Data Analytics
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