In today’s technology-connected world, information moves quickly. But in the world of public health, pathogens often travel faster than the data needed to diagnose, treat and prevent illness. Reporting delays and incomplete or incompatible data delay insights into pressing public health problems. The solution? Investing in public health infrastructure and resources to rapidly deliver data to public health and clinical decision makers.
Here are a few of this issue’s highlights:
- Two Decades of Preparedness Excellence: The Laboratory Response Network
- Mapping the Complex Future of Public Health Information
- Renovation Realities: Ensuring Continuity of Operations During Critical Repairs
- Preparing Public Health Laboratories for HIV Testing in a PrEP Era
- Using Continuous Quality Improvement to Improve Newborn Screening Systems
- APHL Performs Training Needs Assessment for the Next Generation