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Syndromic Surveillance Using Ambulatory Electronic Health Records.

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Related Articles Syndromic Surveillance Using Ambulatory Electronic Health Records. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2009 Mar 4; Authors: Hripcsak G, Soulakis ND, Li L, Morrison FP, Lai AM, Friedman C, Calman NS, Mostashari F OBJECTIVE To assess the performance of electronic health record data for syndromic surveillance and to assess the feasibility of broadly distributed surveillance. DESIGN Two systems were developed to identify influenza-like illness and gastrointestinal infectious disease in ambulatory electronic health record data from a network of community health centers. The first system used queries on structured data and was designed for this specific electronic health record. The ...
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