Information and Technology

Studies in the Information and Technology domain of the 2012 PHSSR Research Agenda explore research questions in such areas as assessing and monitoring health outcomes, translating and disseminating research-tested public health strategies, and information and communication technologies.

 


 

STUDY CATEGORY RESEARCHERS

Developing a Tool for Defining Local Public Health Practice in Obesity Prevention

Assess and Monitor Health Outcomes Ross Brownson &
Katherine Stamatakis

Modeling Supply Chain System Structure to Trace Sources of Food Contamination

Assess and Monitor Health Outcomes Stan Finkelstein &
Richard Larson

Leveraging Integrated Electronic Data Sources to Improve Population Health Assessment at Local Levels

Assess and Monitor Health Outcomes Brian Dixon
Assess and Monitor Health Outcomes

Katherine McVeigh & Remle Newton- Dame 

Adolescent AFIX: A Multi-state Randomized Control Trial to Increase Adolescent Immunization by Facilitating Vaccine Providers' Adoption of Best Practices

Translation and Dissemination of Research-Tested Public Health Strategies Noel Brewer &
Melissa Gilkey
Translation and Dissemination of Research-Tested Public Health Strategies

Paul Chung & Bergen Nelson 

Addressing Geographic Variation in Public Health

Information and Communication Technologies Florida Public Health PBRN

Addressing Geographic Variation in Public Health Production

Information and Communication Technologies New Jersey Public Health PBRN
Assessing Georgia's Health Information Exchange Systems and Healthcare Providers' Meaningful-use Readiness and Their Plans to Use Health Information Exchange Information and Communication Technologies Georgia Public Health PBRN

Effective Public Health Data Sharing for Local Decision Making

Information and Communication Technologies Joshua Vest

Electronic Information System to Monitor Services and Expenditures of Local Health Departments in New York State

Information and Communication Technologies New York Public Health PBRN

Local Information Systems for Studying Public Health Practice and Outcomes

Information and Communication Technologies Wisconsin Public Health PBRN

Local Variation in H1N1 Communication and Response in Kentucky

Information and Communication Technologies Kentucky Public Health PBRN
Developing the Evidence-Base for Social Media Use in Public Health Information and Communication Technologies Jenine Harris

Collaborative Governance to Support Exchange of Public Health-Relevant Data

Information and Communication Technologies Holly Jarman

Impact of Health Information Technology Investments and Meaningful Use Requirements on the Development of Public Health Record Data

Information and Communication Technologies Dawn Jacobson
Improving Vaccine-Preventable Disease Reporting and Surveillance through Health Information Exchange Information and Communication Technologies Brian Dixon
Leveraging a Health Information Exchange Innovation to Improve the Efficiency of Public Health Disease Investigation Information and Communication Technologies Janet Baseman

Building a Sustainable Open Data Ecosystem for Public Health Services and Systems Research

Information and Communication Technologies Erika Martin

Building Access and Understanding of Law in Public Health Practice in Nebraska

Information and Communication Technologies Jennifer Ibrahim
Public Health and Primary Care Integration through Enhanced Public Health Information Technology (PHIT) Maturity: A Case for Behavioral Health Information and Communication Technologies Ritu Agarwal & Robert Gold