- NYC DOHMH Press Release – (5/9/2005)
- With Spring allergy season underway, NYC Health Department reminds New Yorkers with asthma to practice good asthma management
- Urban Tulsa Weekly – (12/1/2004)
- What If? – Doomsday scenarios abound in the post-9/11 world. But bracing for the unknown is something we are getting better prepared for
- Boston Herald – (11/4/2004)
- Surveillance system keeps a close eye on diseases in Hub
- Health Talk – (10/23/2004)
- First Flu Outbreak Hits New York Nursing Home
- Emergency Medical Associates – (9/10/2004)
- ‘Bill Clinton Effect’ Substantiated by surveillance system
- Toledo Blade, OH – (8/22/2004)
- Ohio’s syndromic surveillance efforts
- The Star Ledger, NJ – (8/19/2004)
- School to develop a warning system for big outbreaks
- Medical News Today – (8/13/2004)
- Aseptic Meningitis Outbreak Associated With Echovirus 9 Among Recreational Vehicle Campers, Connecticut
- United Press International – (8/13/2004)
- Biowar: State health tracking laws limited.
- The Boston Globe, MA – (5/27/2004)
- City and hospitals to watch for early signs of bioterrorism. Boston’s public health agency will begin tracking every snifﬂe, cough, and stomachache that comes into the city’s emergency rooms.
- News-Medical.Net – (5/5/2004)
- New Yorkers reminded to practice good asthma management.
- Government Techonology – (4/2004)
- Prevention is the Best Medicine. Syndromic surveillance system helps New York City detect and respond to disease outbreaks more rapidly.
- The Wichita Eagle, KS – (4/8/2004)
- Sedgwick County, Kansas has instituted an automated syndromic surveillance system.
- The Plain Leader, Cleveland – (3/17/2004)
- Ohio wants computers to track deadly diseases to map disease outbreaks to map infectious disease.
- Business Wire, Dallas – (2/17/2004)
- Emergisoft Sponsors Congressman Keynote Address at 2004 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition.
- Federal Computer Week – (1/29/2004)
- Bush to seek $274M for biosurveillance
- Washington Technology – (1/14/2004)
- Northrop Grumman lands Delaware DOH health reporting work.
- Star-Telegram – (1/14/2004)
- Tarrant County has received two grants that public-health officials say will boost development of an all-threat response strategy for regional medical emergencies.
- Reno Gazette Journal, NV – (12/13/2003)
- Washoe District Health Department plans to create a system to receive daily electronic reports from hospital emergency departments
- Nashville City Paper, TN – (12/10/2003)
- Disease tracker knows if you’re ill – Vanderbilt Medical Center uses its Whiteboard plasma screen and computer system to keep track of symptoms of incoming patients.