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Volume 9, Number 10—October 2003

Research

Multijurisdictional Approach to Biosurveillance, Kansas City

Mark A. Hoffman*Comments to Author , Tiffany H. Wilkinson†, Aaron Bush*, Wayne Myers*, and Ron G. Griffin†
Author affiliations: *Cerner Corporation, Kansas City, Missouri, USA; †Missouri Health Department, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

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Comparison of technical approaches to biosurveillance: A) standardization, filtering, and checking for duplication done at contributor site; B) translation and checking for duplication at public health site; C) data repository.

Figure 1. Comparison of technical approaches to biosurveillance: A) standardization, filtering, and checking for duplication done at contributor site; B) translation and checking for duplication at public health site; C) data repository.

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