What Does Data Modernization Look Like?

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Data modernization looks like…


Made possible through technologies like…


Resulting in…


Data increased

Data increased

20,000+

healthcare facilities delivering automated, real-time case reports — up from just 187 before the pandemic

20,000+

healthcare facilities delivering automated, real-time case reports — up from just 187 before the pandemic

91%

complete race information in syndromic surveillance — up from 80% in 2019 — which is critical important for understanding health disparities

91%

complete race information in syndromic surveillance — up from 80% in 2019 — which is critical important for understanding health disparities

~90%

of death records coded automatically using natural language processing — up from 75% with the previous system – with data to jurisdictions in minutes

~90%

of death records coded automatically using natural language processing — up from 75% with the previous system – with data to jurisdictions in minutes

Time saved

Time saved

~80%

decrease in development time for CDC’s response and surveillance programs using new Cloud components

~80%

decrease in development time for CDC’s response and surveillance programs using new Cloud components

1+

year reduction in the time it takes to understand suicide death trends thanks to new “nowcasting” capabilities

1+

year reduction in the time it takes to understand suicide death trends thanks to new “nowcasting” capabilities

~5.5

days from sample collection to data available in CDC’s wastewater surveillance system — down from ~4 weeks

~5.5

days from sample collection to data available in CDC’s wastewater surveillance system — down from ~4 weeks

People connected

People connected

3,700+

training hours completed by CDC staff in the Data Academy — an 83% increase over the previous year

3,700+

training hours completed by CDC staff in the Data Academy — an 83% increase over the previous year

18

multi-sector meetings of the Consortium for Data Modernization, covering 24 high-priority topics

18

multi-sector meetings of the Consortium for Data Modernization, covering 24 high-priority topics

200+

CDC staff actively engaged in defining priorities and solving challenges through DMI Implementation Teams

200+

CDC staff actively engaged in defining priorities and solving challenges through DMI Implementation Teams