The APHL/CDC Public Health Laboratory Interoperability Project Portal: a web-based collaborative tool to establish a national harmonized vocabulary for public health data exchange.

Robert Lazo, Wenkai Li, Michelle Meigs, Sheila Abner, John Carroll, Charles Miller, Patina Zarcone, Steven Hinrichs, Dale Nordenberg

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Public health laboratories at all capacity levels are facing challenges in exchanging electronic data among themselves and with their partners. In response to this the Association of Public Health Laboratories working collaboratively with CDC launched an innovative portal development project in January 2006. This portal will enable public health laboratories to collaborate in a web-based environment to establish a standardized vocabulary for test identifications and test results, a cornerstone for creating interoperable information systems.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages1
JournalAMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings / AMIA Symposium. AMIA Symposium
StatePublished - 2006

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The APHL/CDC Public Health Laboratory Interoperability Project Portal : a web-based collaborative tool to establish a national harmonized vocabulary for public health data exchange. / Lazo, Robert; Li, Wenkai; Meigs, Michelle; Abner, Sheila; Carroll, John; Miller, Charles; Zarcone, Patina; Hinrichs, Steven; Nordenberg, Dale.

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