Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Fusion Analytics Dashboard | GeoHEALTH | Social Media & Open Source Data | Data and Data Technology Sharing through Public-Private Partnerships
ASPR Fusion utilizes SAS Enterprise Business Intelligence (EBI) statistical analysis software to create analytic dashboards users can view round the clock in real-time. The dashboards include a customizable interface displaying strategic information that aids decision-making during a response. Users have improved visibility on electronic medical record data, team-readiness data, and personnel accountability, giving them the ability to view and analyze information rapidly for tactical changes.
For questions about Fusion Analytics dashboards, contact us via the ASPR Fusion Contact Form.
GeoHEALTH is a hybrid Geographic Information System (GIS)-based, interactive mapping application that incorporates information from numerous open and secure sources, both internal and external to HHS. It combines data from multiple federal and public agencies into a single visual environment for enhanced situational awareness, assessment, and management of resources for planning and response to natural, man-made, or pandemic events. It is also able to display and provide details on medical care sites, resources, and mobilization points and provide analytical tools for planning and preparedness efforts.
For training requests, questions, or comments contact the GeoHEALTH team or visit the GeoHEALTH. Additional information can be found on the GIS Information Portal.
During an emergency response, ASPR Fusion looks to social media and open source data to provide real-time information and verification of reports. They fuse the social media data with official reports to improve situational awareness for ASPR leadership and provide a timely snapshot of the emergency situation.
We are committed to exploring emerging technologies and tools to capture medical and public health situational awareness before and during a response to natural disaster, or catastrophic event. We continually engage multisectoral partners to learn about these emerging tools through a series of discussion Fusion Forums.
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