Public Health EHR Demo for WI

Nightingale Notes Public Health EHR: Overview & Demo July 20 at 9:00 am CT - 10:30 am CT Nightingale Notes public health EHR software was designed specifically for public health. Let us show you how Nightingale Notes can give you a voice with legislators and policymakers and empower public health to address health equity and [...]

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Public Health EHR Demo for MN

Nightingale Notes Public Health EHR: Overview & Demo July 15 at 10:00 am CT - 11:00 am CT Nightingale Notes public health EHR software was designed specifically for public health. Let us show you how Nightingale Notes can give you a voice with legislators and policymakers and empower public health to address health equity and [...]

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Public Health EHR Demo for MI, OH, WA

Nightingale Notes Public Health EHR: Overview & Demo July 13 at 10:00 am CT - 11:00 am CT Nightingale Notes public health EHR software was designed specifically for public health. Let us show you how Nightingale Notes can give you a voice with legislators and policymakers and empower public health to address health equity and [...]

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Public Health EHR Demo for NoCAL, CO, MO

Nightingale Notes Public Health EHR: Overview & Demo June 29 at 10:00 am CT - 11:00 am CT Register Nightingale Notes public health EHR software was designed specifically for public health. Let us show you how Nightingale Notes can give you a voice with legislators and policymakers and empower public health to address health [...]

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Standardized Data: A Powerful Tool for Public Health

When public health captures standardized data by using an electronic health record (EHR) with a standardized taxonomy it gives public health professionals a powerful voice in the healthcare marketplace. A review of the evolution of public health and its correlation to data collection and use will help clarify the importance of good solid data. Public [...]

By |2021-06-02T15:34:55-05:00May 28th, 2021|Standardized Terminology|0 Comments

Standardized Terminology for the Future of Public Health

What is standardized terminology? If you’ve read our previous articles, you may already know, “a standardized terminology is simply a common language, nomenclature, classification, or taxonomy designed to be shared among users. Standardized terminology allows interoperability between technologies like electronic health records.” Standardized terminology helps clinicians, providers, public health workers, and others communicate their interventions, [...]

By |2021-04-30T23:47:30-05:00April 30th, 2021|Standardized Terminology, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Standardized Terminology and Social Determinants of Health

What Is Standardized Terminology? As we’ve outlined in previous articles, a standardized terminology is simply a common language, nomenclature, classification, or taxonomy designed to be shared among users. Standardized terminology allows interoperability between technologies like electronic health records. A good standardized terminology is research-based and meets criteria for interoperability. We’ve previously written an article outlining [...]

Social Needs vs Social Determinants of Health: What Is the Difference and How to Document them At the Local Level

Social Determinants of Health have increasingly filtered into the public health vocabulary over the past few years and, recently, featured prominently in the Healthy People 2030 framework. Some terminology you may not be as familiar with though, is “social needs.” Social needs and Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), while they sound similar, address two different [...]

Weekly recurring call: “Omaha System COVID-19 Response Guidelines: Ongoing Updates”

You’re invited to participate in a webinar discussion led by Karen A. Monsen, PhD, RN, FAMIA, FAAN: “Omaha System COVID-19 Response Guidelines: Ongoing Updates." This is an open-invitation discussion with the larger Omaha System community on any updates needed to keep these guidelines current. Your feedback is vital to continue revising these guidelines through this developing crisis.

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