Methodologies for data collection

BMC Proceedings, pp. S5-S5, 2008.

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Background: Electronic disease surveillance systems can be extremely valuable tools; however, a critical step in system implementation is collecting data. Without accurate and complete data, statistical anomalies that are detected hold little meaning. Many people who have established successful surveillance systems acknowledge the initial...More

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