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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 26 of 26 Reports

Making the Value Case

September 23, 2015
The first step in planning for an EHR-based surveillance program, this tool provides guidance on how to develop a compelling value case for surveillance programs. It includes questions to consider during the process and structure for planning team discussions.

Creating a Logic Model

September 23, 2015
This tool helps planners think about how their organization is structured and how to align activities to connect short-term and long-term goals by creating a logic model. The model can be used to evaluate future programs and activities.

Estimating Total Cost of Ownership

September 23, 2015
Building and maintaining information systems are often associated with costs. This tool outlines instructions for estimating costs and provides categories of expenses related to information systems.

Increasing Capability for EHDI-EHR Interoperability: A self-assessment tool

August 6, 2015
This self-assessment activity is designed to increase an EHDI program’s capability to exchange electronic health information with clinical electronic health record systems (EHRs).

Public Health Informatics 2023: Alternative Scenarios

January 21, 2015
Public Health Informatics 2023: Alternative Scenarios was created to consider the range of forces, challenges, and opportunities shaping public health informatics in the United States, so that leaders and practitioners can make strategic decisions that more effectively take the future into account.

Informatics at the Intersection of Public Health Agencies and Accountable Care Organizations

January 16, 2015
This project sought to characterize the overlapping objectives of public health agencies (PHAs) and accountable care organizations (ACOs) in relation to improving population health outcomes.