Disease and Syndromic Surveillance
Clinical or syndromic surveillance is the collection and analysis of medical data about a clinical syndrome that could pose a significant threat to public health. Once the data is collected and analyzed, the size and scope of the potential health threat can be detected, monitored and in some cases, debunked. The data is also used to influence health policy and education. Disease surveillance of a population is crucial in preventing, managing, monitoring and educating the public about disease outbreaks early on.
Caduceus provides disease and syndromic surveillance along with:
- Development of business-driven health information technology (HIT) strategies
- Development of collaborative research, evidence-based medicine and meaningful-use using electronic health records
- Research and market research based on health information access models
- Evaluation of patient-level data sources
- Management of healthcare data and data warehousing
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