This panel will expand the development process and use case collection of the ISDS Technical Conventions Committee, whose purpose is to bridge the gap between the analytic needs of public health practitioners and the expertise of the research community for the enhancement of disease surveillance.Panellists will present use cases of current and ongoing concern at local, state, and national levels. The audience will be prompted with questions on the relevance, aspects of common utility, technical feasibility, and data availability issues related to each use case, and derived or novel ideas will be solicited.
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