The All of Us Research Program is a large research program. The goal is to help researchers understand more about why people get sick or stay healthy. People who join will give us information about their health, habits, and what it’s like where they live. By looking for patterns, researchers may learn more about what affects people’s health.
The American Chemistry Council partnered with a group of public health experts to develop a series of easy-to-use, freely downloadable "pictogram" posters featuring simple directions for disinfecting hard surfaces with regular household chlorine bleach (approximately 6% strength). Individual posters address surfaces contaminated with COVID-19, norovirus, and hepatitis A. Additional posters address food contact surfaces in restaurants, institutional kitchens, and outdoor food stands, and surfaces in childcare environments.
This engrossing and challenging book provides a thorough assessment of the state of racism and health for expert and novice readers. While the authors illustrate there is much work to be done, they paint an optimistic picture of the everyday actions that all of us can take to promote equity.
OpenBeds is a comprehensive behavioral health and treatment referral platform that helps create trusted treatment and referral networks to improve support and care delivery. The platform accomplishes this by providing real-time treatment facility availability, evidence-based therapy offerings, two-way digital provider communication, data aggregation and analytics, and clinical decision support
Bio-Defense Network has established a contact tracing team comprised of well-trained highly qualified and motivated public health, nursing and allied health graduate students, graduates and alumni from some of the nation's leading universities. Our team conducts remote contact tracing by telephone and then provides the results of their interviews promptly and confidentially. We work on an hourly basis of $25 Contact Tracer. This economical outsourcing opportunity keeps costs down and provides excellent results.
Environmental Health Inspection and Permitting Software Inspect2go offers modern, cloud-based software for inspection and permitting. Access the system in the office, at home or in the field using any computer or mobile device. The software is tailored to match each agency’s existing forms and work process.
The VMSG Dashboard Public Health Performance Management System is an operational planning and execution system developed WITH and specifically FOR Public Health. In addition to Public Health accreditation, the Dashboard is used by hundreds of departments across the nation for all types of planning. In today's "pandemic season", the Dashboard is being used for planning, execution, and automated collection of pandemic related tracking information.
NACCHO is the only organization dedicated to serving every local health department in the nation. NACCHO serves over 13,000 individual members serving in about 1,500 local health departments and is the leader in providing cutting-edge, skill-building, professional resources and programs, seeking health equity, and supporting effective local public health practice and systems.
A web-based EHR specifically designed for Public Health organizations to optimize clinical, operational and financial success. We offer an integrated, web-based solution that advances your public health goals efficiently by facilitating data exchange with community partner providers, health information exchanges and state registries.
Pfizer RxPathways® Assistance, Access, Answers Pfizer RxPathways connects eligible patients to assistance programs that offer insurance support, co-pay assistance, and medicines for free or at a savings. For more than 30 years, Pfizer has empowered patients in need with assistance and information, so they can get access to the Pfizer medicines prescribed by their doctor. To learn more, visit www.PfizerRxPathways.com to use our Program Finder, or call our Medicine Access Counselors today at 1-844-989-PATH (7284).
PHAB’s Data Portal is designed to provide two different audiences the ability to gain insight into performance data collected from the accreditation process. One audience, the general public, can get a sense of aggregate performance in their region or compare health department data through the use of filters. The second audience, accredited health departments, have the ability to see their specific performance data and compare themselves to the aggregate data from other accredited health departments.