Disease and Outbreak Management Solution webcast
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Join us to learn how state and county public health agencies can focus on business process streamlining and IT modernization to address the unique challenges of public sector entities.
Microsoft Vaccination Management, which advances the capabilities of their COVID-19 solution portfolio helps enable healthcare organizations and government agencies to schedule quickly, immunize at scale, and report securely.
The solution enables the tracking and reporting of immunization progress through secure data exchange that utilizes industry standards, such as Health Level Seven, Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources and open APIs. When fully implemented, the Vaccination Management scheduling system makes it much easier for residents to sign up for appointments at the site that is closest to them, including those in neighboring jurisdictions.
In addition to Microsoft Vaccination Management, RSM offers a Disease and Outbreak Management Solution that can be tied into the Vaccination Management System for additional disease management capabilities. The solution offers full disease tracking and surveillance functionality with a design that is intended to connect with and be informed by social services technologies.
The Disease and Outbreak Management Solution is designed for use in connection with electronic health records, laboratory information management systems and other data sources. Additionally, it is designed to integrate with other health and human services technology systems to streamline and simplify how public sector entities, like state health departments, provide essential services, track service delivery, manage service outcomes across departments or agencies, and collect data that helps them better serve their constituents over time.
- Rohit Chitale, MPH, Ph.D., infectious disease epidemiologist
- Andy Pitman, Director, U.S. Government Solutions, Microsoft
- Derek Vale, Health Systems Management Office Chief, State of Hawaii Department of Health—Behavioral Health Administration and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division
- Phil Haase, Partner, RSM