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  • I've never enjoyed an outbreak investigation as I did at the playboy mansion. It was both exciting and stimulating at the same time.
  • The BioSense 2.0 solution is cost effective, scalable (or elastic) esp. during events or pandemics, sustainable, and computationally advanced…Image source: http://adsoftheworld.com/media/outdoor/denver_water_channel?size=_original
  • Another relationship is sharing for a limited time period, such as during sport events. IN, for example, might want to share data with NY and Boston surrounding the super bowl event where Boston and NY fans flew to IN to support their teams and got sick, in which they did. Initially we monitored gastrointestinal illness. You can see the news alert around rash-related illness…
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    • 1. BioSense 2.0: Surveillance Solution in theCloudBig Data for Government ConferenceWednesday September 19th 2012, 10:00amHoliday Inn Rosslyn, Key Bridge, Arlington VATaha A. Kass-Hout, MD, MSDirectorDivision of Informatics Solutions and Operations (DISO)Any views or opinions expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of the CDC, HHS, or any other entity of the United States government. Furthermore,the use of any product names, trade names, images, or commercial sources is for identification purposes only, and does not imply endorsement or governmentsanction by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Surveillance and Informatics Program Office (PHSIPO, Proposed) Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, & Laboratory Services (OSELS)
    • 2. What is Public Health: A ViewPublic health is "the science and art of preventingdisease, prolonging life and promoting health throughthe organized efforts and informed choices of society,organizations, public and private, communities andindividuals” (1920, C.E.A. Winslow)
    • 3. Disease Detectionhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/14/health/research/14social.html?pagewanted=all
    • 4. BioSense 2.0 A Novel Model for Sharing Health Care Information and Beyond Shared Spaces Jurisdiction Health Care Providers Public-Accesshttp://biosense2.org | info@biosen.se
    • 5. BioSense 2.0 A Novel Model for Sharing Health Care Information and Beyond EHR Shared Spaces Jurisdiction Health Care Providers Public-Accesshttp://biosense2.org | info@biosen.se
    • 6. Digital Disease DetectionBioSense 2.0 A Novel Model for Sharing Health Information
    • 7. Disease Detection
    • 8. Disease DetectionMonitoring Emergency Rooms Visits Post H1N1 http://www.google.com/publicdata/explore?ds=z46e2n1b69u8mu_
    • 9. Digital Disease Detection Citizen Reporting (Participatory Surveillance)http://www.cdc.gov/biosense/correlate | http://www.google.com/trends/correlate
    • 10. BioSense 2.0 A Novel Model for Sharing Health Care Information and BeyondFeature: Ad-hoc sharing among multiple jurisdictions during a sporting event (e.g., Super Bowl 2012)
    • 11. BioSense 2.0 A Novel Model for Sharing Health Care Information and BeyondTop 20 Conditions in BioSense 2.0 in 2012
    • 12. BioSense 2.0 A Novel Model for Sharing Health Care Information and BeyondFeature: Anomaly detection during heat-wave season
    • 13. Preventative Care Value of Health Information Exchanges: The ABCDS of Preventive Health ABCDS: Low cost preventions that can have a high impact on the overall health of a population  A – Aspirin Therapy  B – Blood Pressure monitoring  C – Cholesterol Screening  D – Diabetes monitoring  S – Smoking Cessation“It’s really a first foray into whether you can repurpose information, not violate patients privacy or expose providers, and use it forsomething of value and see how health is progressing in the state,” Culver said. “This is a very low cost, with a lot of value.”
    • 14. Preventative Care Value of Health InformationExchanges: The ABCDS of Preventive Health
    • 15. Thank YOU! Taha A. Kass-Hout, MD, MS @kasshout Director Division of Informatics Solutions and Operations (DISO)Any views or opinions expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of the CDC, HHS, or any other entity of the United States government.Furthermore, the use of any product names, trade names, images, or commercial sources is for identification purposes only, and does not imply endorsement orgovernment sanction by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Surveillance and Informatics Program Office (PHSIPO, Proposed) Office of Surveillance, Epidemiology, & Laboratory Services (OSELS)