Volume 8, Number 8—August 2002
Use of Automated Ambulatory-Care Encounter Records for Detection of Acute Illness Clusters, Including Potential Bioterrorism Events
|Month||Day of week||No. needed for once per month event||No. needed for once per year event|
aThis census tract has 491 health plan members and a random effect of 0.083, illustrating the effect of day of week and month of year for 2002.
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