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All Systems Go


This research brief developed by NACCHO and the Public Health Informatics Institute, offers detailed steps and practical examples of how local public health professionals can make a sound business case to develop successful public health information systems, including an initial planning checklist.

Primary Toolkit:

PH Informatics Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Health Information Technology (HIT), Performance Indicators, Quality Improvement


Institutional Author:

University of Washington- Center for Public Health Informatics





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Useful article
By R. Michael Hill
This is really a good article with useful information. It is now about two years old and maybe NACCHO could consider a new version with updated data.

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