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We encourage leaders, practitioners, policy makers, funders and others interested in the advancement of public health practice to use the many valuable resources on this site. PHII resources may be freely used and distributed with citation.

Created: 2015

Reports Index
Displaying 21 to 27 of 27 Reports

Data Governance and Data Sharing Agreements

September 28, 2015
This resource summarizes information found in the article, “Data Governance and Data Sharing Agreements for Community-Wide Health Information Exchange: Lessons from the Beacon Communities.” It provides direction on dealing with data governance issues.

Validating Requirements

September 28, 2015
After requirements for your system are defined, they will need to go through a validation process. This resource provides different methods for validating requirements and the steps that are associated with them.

HL7 CDA Introduction

September 29, 2015
This presentation gives context to Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) by describing the HL7 organization and how CDA was developed. It explains the concept of an electronic document, and after illustrating the CDA levels, describes the components of a CDA.

HL7 Version 2 Messaging

September 29, 2015
This presentation gives a brief overview and history of HL7, reviews the HL7 messaging process and discusses topics that impact the success of exchanging data between systems.

Enhancing Electronic Health Record Systems to Generate and Exchange Data with Electronic Vital Registration Systems

November 17, 2015
This project sought to develop a roadmap with possible routes for certification of electronic health record systems’ (EHR-S) capabilities for generating data for and exchanging data with electronic vital registration systems (EVRS).

Perceptions and Usage of "Public Health Informatics"

November 18, 2015
PHII conducted a qualitative contextual analysis of "public health informatics," noting its use in both academic and media contexts.

Building an Informatics-Savvy Health Department

January 28, 2015
This tool assists public health organizations by both defining necessary informatics capabilities, and by enabling a self-assessment that aids in planning and priority setting.