Dave Ross, ScD, President and Chief Executive Officer at The Task Force for Global Health, Inc. (PHII), will share his observations and insights about collaboration, system change and interoperability as it relates to disease elimination, prevention and protection. “We have long believed collaboration is essential to solving large-scale health problems,” Dr. Ross says. “No one organization has the resources or expertise to address these issues. It is through our partnerships that we have been able to have an extraordinary collective impact.”
About the presenter
A recognized leader in global health, Dr. Ross has led collaborative programs to strengthen information capacity of public health systems in the U.S. and other countries for more than three decades.
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Check out these resources from the Public Health Informatics Institute. These materials have been assembled over the past 20 years as a result of the Institute's work in helping public health agencies work through a wide range of interoperability challenges.
https://www.phii.org/resources/view/2091/defining-functional-requir... (for use by those who would like to see how we communicate to the non-technical audience)
Thanks for posting these Dave. I'm looking forward to Friday's call.