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New Year, New MEDSIS

By | January 14th, 2013|General|

Over the past two years, folks in ITS and Epidemiology and Disease Control have been working together to enhance our state’s electronic communicable disease surveillance system called MEDSIS.   This week the new version of MEDSIS went live. Major enhancements include the integration of tuberculosis reporting, case management and surveillance; expanded case management capabilities for all diseases; [...]

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Personnel Reform Whirlwind

By | November 29th, 2012|General|

We met the review deadline for our agency-level policies and procedures related to Personnel Reform thanks to the full court press from our Operations team. This was no small task…  and it took an entire village to complete!  We met weekly throughout the process, but during several phases smaller groups met more frequently, especially as we [...]

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ADHS Joins the Wi-Fi Club

By | November 1st, 2012|General|

ADHS joined the Wi-Fi Club …  with I.T. installing 9 Wi-Fi hotspots in various conference rooms- with a few more to come.  The “hotspots” provide wireless Internet connectivity for up to 10 devices per conference room.  The password will be posted in each conference room where it’s available.  Here’s the list of conference rooms that have Wi-Fi [...]

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What’s Health-e Connection?

By | August 15th, 2012|General|

Arizona Health-e Connection - better known as AzHeC- is a state-wide public/private collaborative for advancing the adoption of health information technology and health information exchange. We have a seat on the board which advances the secure and private sharing of electronic health information. Here's their 2011 Annual Report.  The Arizona Health-e Connection team has been working closely with Janet Mullen and Paula [...]

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