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Tarrant County Real-time Outbreak Disease Surveillance (RODS) Evaluation
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A study of the effectiveness of the Real-time Outbreak Disease Surveillance (RODS) in Tarrant County, TX, which detects outbreaks.
The surveillance network is capable of detecting outbreaks even in small numbers and saved a considerable proportion of time over clinical case-finding.
PH Informatics Toolkit
Health Information Technology (HIT), Public Health Information Network (PHIN)
Tarrant County Public Health Department
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