Thought Leadership Aimed at Advancing the Use of Clinical Data in Chronic Disease Surveillance

We’re excited to share two publications based on the experience of Multi-State EHR-Based Network for Disease Surveillance (MENDS), a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded pilot project that leverages electronic health record (EHR) data to generate timely prevalence estimates of chronic disease risk measures at national and local levels.

Visit MENDS for more information, including a governance document that details principles, policies, and processes. In addition, learn more about NACDD’s Center for Public Health Leadership workforce development offerings for health departments, such as online learning courses for enhancing chronic disease surveillance using clinical data.

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