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|The 'Public Health Laboratory Systems' supplement contains fifteen articles and commentaries that address issues, developments, and opportunities critical to CDC's public health priorities. Public health laboratories provide actionable information for disease prevention and control nationally and in every U.S. community. The supplement includes a report on the CDC-initiated Laboratory Efficiencies Initiative (LEI), a partnership initiative that is building a sustainable, national public health laboratory system. Other articles review the implications for public health laboratories of such dramatic developments as health care reform, electronic health records, and new analytic technologies. Still other articles describe important initiatives by state and local public health leaders to further improve laboratory quality systems, develop the professional laboratory workforce, and conduct practical research on the public health laboratory system.|
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Subject matter experts decide what topic to feature, and articles are selected from the last 3 to 6 months of published literature. Key topic coincides monthly with other CDC products (e.g. Vital Signs).
- Evaluation of the novel respiratory virus surveillance program: Pediatric Early Warning Sentinel Surveillance (PEWSS)
Armour PA, Nguyen LM, Lutman ML, Middaugh JP.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:88-96.
- Legal considerations in cross-jurisdictional sharing of public health laboratory services
Berkery MR, Penn MS.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:70-4.
- Newborn screening: from Guthrie to whole genome sequencing
Caggana M, Jones EA, Shahied SI, Tanksley S, Hermerath CA, Lubin IM.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:14-9.
- Core courses in public health laboratory science and practice: findings from 2006 and 2011 surveys
DeBoy JM, Beck AJ, Boulton ML, Kim DH, Wichman MD, Luedtke PF.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:105-14.
- Milwaukee Laboratory System Improvement Program (L-SIP)
Gradus MS, Bhattacharyya S, Murphy A, Becker JN, Baker BK.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:40-8.
- The Affordable Care Act, meaningful use, and their impact on public health laboratories
Hinrichs SH, Zarcone P.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:7-9.
- Using interorganizational partnerships to strengthen public health laboratory systems
Hsieh K, Kimsey P, Buehring G.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:63-9.
- Using fee-for-service testing to generate revenue for the 21st century public health laboratory
Loring C, Neil RB, Gillim-Ross L, Bashore M, Shah S.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:97-104.
- The Indiana laboratory system: focus on environmental laboratories
Madlem JM, Hammes KR, Matheson SR, Lovchik JC.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:57-62.
- Evaluation of three influenza neuraminidase inhibition assays for use in a public health laboratory setting during the 2011-2012 influenza season
Murtaugh W, Mahaman L, Healey B, Peters H, Anderson B, Tran M, Ziese M, Carlos MP.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:75-87.
- Laboratory System Improvement Program: first in the nation--New Hampshire reassessment
Power JJ, Bean CL, Cosser A, Vazquez A.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:49-56.
- The laboratory efficiencies initiative: partnership for building a sustainable national public health laboratory system
Ridderhof JC, Moulton AD, Ned RM, Nicholson JK, Chu MC, Becker SJ, Blank EC, et al.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:20-33.
- Public health laboratory systems: at the crossroads
Ridderhof JC, Wilcke BW.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:1-6.
- State public health laboratory system quality improvement activities
Su B, Vagnone PS.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:34-9.
- Supporting public health laboratory systems research
Wilcke BW, Del Rio Daher SY, Breckenridge KJ.
Public Health Rep. 2013 Sep-Oct;128 Suppl 2:10-3.
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