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SHEA’s White Paper on Electronic Surveillance Data Requirements

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Address correspondence to David Birnbaum, PhD, MPH, Applied Epidemiology, 609 Cromar Road, Sidney, British Columbia, V8L 5M5, Canada (david.birnbaum@ubc.ca).

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3.Birnbaum, D, Fortuna, JA. Washington State's experience applying ISO 2859 validation methods to healthcare associated infections (HAI) reporting. In: Program and abstracts of Council of State & Territorial Epidemiologists Annual Conference; June 9-13, 2013; Pasadena, CA. Abstract 1386.
4.Lempp, JM, Cummings, MJ, Lovinger, PG, Birnbaum, DW. Cost of a sustainable annual validation process to ensure credibility of state HAI reporting. In: Program and abstracts of Council of State & Territorial Epidemiologists Annual Conference; June 22-26, 2014; Nashville, TN. Abstract 135.
5.Healthcare Associated Infections Program Group Administrator Instructions for Validation of Surveillance Programs. Document available upon request to Washington State Health Department’s Healthcare Associated Infections Program.

SHEA’s White Paper on Electronic Surveillance Data Requirements

  • David Birnbaum (a1)

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