Conference Spotlight: NCSD Preconference Session on STD Surveillance Systems

December 5, 2016 Christine Hockett

Consilience Software is thrilled to host a pre-conference session during this year’s National Coalition of STD Directors 2016 Annual Meeting in Wigwam, AZ. We’ll discuss and demonstrate the impact STD surveillance systems have on health departments. Our session will take place on Tuesday, December 6th from 10:30am to 12:00pm MST in the Mohave East conference room.

Epidemiological information collected within STD surveillance systems enable program managers to conduct efficient planning, monitoring, and evaluation of STD diseases within their jurisdictions. Our Maven STD Surveillance System provides state and local health departments across the country a system to collect, manage, and analyze health data. Maven provides program managers with the necessary tools to help put data into public health action and disease prevention within their communities.

Join us to learn more about Maven and how it impacts the effectiveness and efficiency of STD surveillance. Attendees will experience a live demonstration where we will explore the benefits of using a configurable surveillance system that is able to adapt to changing business requirements. We’ll also expand upon our proven implementation process, and answer any questions you may have for our solution experts. Participants will also hear from fellow colleagues at the Minnesota Department of Health detailing their lessons learned about developing an efficient and effective STD surveillance system.

We hope to see you there!

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Christine Hockett

Senior Epidemiologist, Conduent

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