Due 6/28 9 p.m EST
500 WORDS NOT INCLUDING MIN 3 REFERENCES
Discussion: Putting It Together: Consolidating Health Surveillance Data
When developing an IT system for disease surveillance, it is essential to consider the needs of the system, the scale and availability of data, the robustness of the algorithms, and the budget. These considerations are important in determining the system’s architecture, which is a critical component of the system. Subtle differences in architecture design can greatly impact how a surveillance system may be used and how it will perform under different conditions.
To prepare for this Discussion, review your Learning Resources related to the software architecture of surveillance systems. Select a public health organization of interest to you and research the organization’s surveillance activities. Consider the organization’s needs and how its needs align with the system’s software architecture.
Post a brief description of the organization you selected and its surveillance activities. Considering the needs of the organization, recommend whether a single-purpose desktop application with local-level data or a networked application with broad-based information access is best for the organization, and describe what architectural features you would propose. Justify your selections.
Respond to a colleague who selected a different architecture and/or organization than you.
Support your suggestions with additional scholarly resources. Use APA formatting for your Discussion and to cite your resources.