STD Data Management & Information Technology
Timely access to quality data is one of the backbones of an effective STD prevention and control program. The ability to accurately collect and analyze data in a timely fashion is a key part of making correct decisions regarding individual patient care and case management and, on a broader level, making effective programmatic decisions on issues such as prioritizing intervention activities and allocating scarce resources. A key part of the data collection and management process falls into the area of informatics, i.e. the use of information systems and technology to perform the critical tasks of data collection, management, and analysis. This website provides access to information and resources designed to assist state and local STD prevention programs in their use of data and information systems.
NETSS Implementation Plan – (Effective January 2014) This document contains the procedures and record layouts that must be used by state and local health departments to electronically report cases of nationally notifiable STDs to CDC via the National Electronic Telecommunication System for Surveillance (NETSS).
Summary – A summary of the latest changes to the NETSS Implementation Guide.
NEDSS Messaging Guide – This document is currently under development but will contain the specifications for creating an HL7 2.5 message that meets the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS) requirements for electronically reporting cases of nationally notifiable STDS to CDC.
Requirements for STD Information Systems
Requirements and other design-related materials are available for several existing STD Information Systems:
STD Information Systems Currently Available
|STD MIS Accelerator for Microsoft||Microsoft Corporation, McGladrey LLP||Multiple Counties and States within the United States||Web-based||Case management, patient and partner management, surveillance, and other standard STD tracking and reporting functionality. STD*MIS migration process and tools. Secure cloud and on-premises deployment options.||Phillip Haase
Andy Pitman firstname.lastname@example.org
|Guardian PH||Atlas Development Corporation||Multiple Counties and States within the United States and abroad||Web-based||Comprehensive disease surveillance, outbreak management, and case management for all communicable diseases. Supports immunization workflow and syndromic surveillance. Complete ELR solution. Facilitates HAI surveillance and reporting to NHSN.||Mark Marostica
|STD*MIS||CDC/DSTDP||35 project areas||Client-server||Surveillance, Case Management, standard STD functions.||http://www.cdc.gov/std/std-mis/|
|PRISM||Florida DOH||Multiple US states||Web-based||Surveillance, Case Management, standard STD functions, HARS record search, GISP||Stacey Shiver
Mary White Mary_White@doh.state.fl.us
|Michigan Disease Surveillance System||Science and Technology Corporation (STC), Altarum Institute||Michigan||Web-based||Surveillance
STD Module in development
|Katie Macomber, Epidemiologist
|PHIMS-STD||WA DOH, PHSKC||Local Health Jurisdictions||Web-based||Surveillance, Case Management, Monitoring & Evaluation||Julie Simon, MSPH
email@example.com Mark Aubin
|Open Medical Record System (OpenMRS)||Regenstrief Institute & Partners in Health||Unknown||Web-based||Clinic medical records||OpenMRS|
|PA-NEDSS||PA DOH, Deloitte Consulting LLP||Pennsylvania||Web-based||Surveillance, Case Management, ELR, Online disease reporting, Outbreak management
||Steve Kowalewski (STD Program Lead)
Bob Giallo (IT Project Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org
|Maven||Consilience Software||Multiple US States and Cities||Web-based||Web-based disease surveillance, outbreak management across all communicable diseases (including TB, STDs, HIV, GCDs, VPDs, Cancer, Lead Poisoning, Chronic Diseases)||Joy Alamgir|
|TriSano Community Edition and CSI TriSano Enterprise Edition||Collaborative Software Initiative||Multiple local and state health departments||Web-based||Surveillance, Case Management, Contact Management, Outbreak Management, disease-specific questionnaire development, ELR, AVR, support for all communicable diseases||Kelly Usselman
Additionally, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) also maintains information regarding electronic surveillance systems being used by its members.
- Page last reviewed: July 17, 2013
- Page last updated: December 11, 2013
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