Advancing Epidemiological Forecasting and Intelligence
Tuesday, May 10 | 1:45–2:15 PM ET
Amanda Honeycutt, PhD, Director of Health Economics
Jessica Cance, MPH, PhD, Senior Research Public Health Analyst
Emily Hadley, MS, Research Data Scientist
Joëlla Adams, MPH, PhD, Infectious Disease Epidemiologist
Carianne Muse, MPH, Senior Director of Strategic Accounts
Modeling tools and methods used in public health research provide innovative avenues that aid in translating research data to inform policy. Translational modeling can contribute to chronic disease prevention, forecasting outcomes, and increasing access to treatment. Advancements in data modernization further highlight the importance of modeling methods to predict critical public health issues to improve responsiveness.
In this session, experts from RTI will discuss examples of addressing public health needs through the application of novel tools, the methodologies that were used, how they worked with practitioner partners, and the resulting outcomes of these projects. These impact summaries will point to why data modernization is becoming an important focus at the Institute, leading to the establishment of the Center for Data Modernization Solutions at RTI. This presentation will be followed by a discussion with the audience.
Breakout Sessions: Catalyst for Innovation, Transformation, and Sustainability
Option 1: Operationalizing an Enterprise Approach: Integrating Systems for Higher Performance
Wednesday, May 11 | 2:45–3:45 PM ET
Rebecca Boyles, MSPH, Director and Senior Scientist, Research Systems and Data Management (RTI International)
Melvin Crum, MS, Program Manager, DMI Coordination Team Lead, Office of the Deputy Director for Public Health Science and Surveillance (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC])
Tim Powell, MPH, Director of Public Health Informatics (Virginia Department of Health)
Jamie Pina, PhD, MSPH, Vice President for Public Health Data Modernization and Informatics (ASTHO)
How do we bring enterprise architecture to state and local public health agencies? Join a slate of national, state and industry experts for a discussion on how states can breakdown siloes and build a unified, enterprise architecture.
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