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ASPR Fusion

When a public health emergency strikes, there can be a flood of data and reports. The challenge to responders and decision-makers, is to quickly identify the most relevant information needed to enhance situational awareness. In an emergency, when every second matters, it is critical to accurately detect correlations and trends observed in seemingly unrelated data streams. ASPR’s Fusion effectively and efficiently utilizes multiple internal and external data sources to conduct analysis for situational awareness, provide rapid decision support and remain on the forefront of indicators and warnings of public health emergencies.   Learn More >>

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Congratulations to the winners of the ASPR Challenge:  Now Trending #Health in my Community

Congratulations to the creators of MappyHealth, the winning application in ASPR’s newest Challenge competition to develop and submit a web-based application that tracks Twitter to identify trending illnesses. Learn More >>
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Fusion Forums

ASPR Fusion hosts day long discussion forums to engage the public health emergency community in discussions on emerging technologies and trends in situational awareness and rapid decision support.  Learn More >>
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ASPR Fusion Tools

ASPR Fusion uses a wide variety of tools and approaches to improve situational awareness and enhance rapid decision making, including Fusion Analytics, GeoHEALTH, open source data analysis, and data sharing through public-private partnerships.  Learn More >>

  • This page last reviewed: October 25, 2016