The Public Health Community Platform: Shared Resources For Enterprise Solutions

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Rennick, M., Gordon, S., Huang, M., Samuel, A., Soper, P., & Conn, L. (2015). The Public Health Community Platform: Shared Resources For Enterprise Solutions. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, 7(1).


This presentation aims to update the public health practice community on the continuing development of the Public Health Community Platform (PHCP). Public health is at a precipice of increasing demand for the consumption and analysis of large amounts of disparate data, the centralization of local and state IT offices, and the compartmentalization of programmatic technology solutions. The PHCP is being developed as a platform to host technological solutions and accompanying community involvement for common public health problems.
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