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Newborn Dried Bloodspot Screening Business Process Analysis

Authors: 
Public Health Informatics Institute (PHII)
Date: 
January 2, 2008
Topics: 
Planning and development
Methods and tools
Information systems development

Designing information systems to support program activities requires an analysis of what is done and by whom throughout the process. To this end, PHII convened a workgroup in February and March 2008 to carry out the business process analysis (BPA) of NDBS from birth through long-term follow-up. This work is supported by PHII in partnership with the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau (HRSA/MCHB) and the Genetics and Newborn Screening Region 3 Collaborative (Region 3).

Citation Information: 
The Public Health Informatics Institute. "Newborn Dried Bloodspot Screening Business Process Analysis." http://www.phii.org/resources/view/4368/newborn-dried-bloodspot-screening-business-process-analysis (accessed 09/14/2017).