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How is GPHIP expanding its reach and leveraging its expertise in Informatics?

CDC and partners at the Global Health Leadership Forum.

CDC and partners at the Global Health Leadership Forum.

Informatics projects require a diverse team of experts in a variety of disciplines including computer science, information and communication technology, architecture, standards, education, medicine, epidemiology, public health analysis, budget analysis, project management, global information systems, database analysis and more. The GPHIP team has extensive in-country experience with project development, deployment, and implementation. The program leverages resources and areas of expertise by collaborating with global partners and working with CDC internal and external partners.

What are GPHIP’s areas of focus?

  • Promoting biosecurity by improving collection and use of laboratory-based data and better tracking of biologic samples within biologic facilities
  • Developing comprehensive public health informatics strategies, standards, and architecture
  • Working with public health practitioners, epidemiologists, and laboratorians to develop public health information systems and improve patient care

 
Contact Information:
  • CDC
    Global Public Health Informatics Program
    1600 Clifton Road, NE, Mailstop E-93
    Atlanta, GA 30333 USA
  • Phone: 404-639-3210
    Fax: 404-718-4001
    gphi@cdc.gov
  • Page last reviewed: November 7, 2012
  • Page last updated: November 7, 2012
  • Content source: Global Health
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