Part 2 of our NAACCR Talk "Key Concepts and Initiatives in Interoperability" has been moved to December 11, 2023, at 2pm ET.
If you have already registered, you should have received a notification of the change of date. If you would like to register, you can do so here:
This two-part series is presented by CDC colleagues who are on the forefront of a number of initiatives in the rapidly developing area of public health interoperability. This educational series was presented at the NAACCR annual conference in June 2023 and, due to popular demand, is being offered as a "replay" for the entire NAACCR community. These two sessions will provide an overview of key interoperability terms and an update on current initiatives that will impact public health and cancer surveillance in particular. These initiatives are intended to improve health data exchange and quality across healthcare. Topics will include benefits and potential implications for registries. There will be time for questions and answers throughout both sessions.
Kasey Diebold, MS
Health Informaticist, CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, Cancer Surveillance Branch
Public Health Advisor, CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, Cancer Surveillance Branch
Caitlin Kennedy, MSPH
Health Scientist (Informatics), CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, Cancer Surveillance Branch
Sean Porter, MSHI
Joseph D. Rogers, MS
Team Lead, CDC, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, Cancer Surveillance Branch
Angela Martin, CTR
Training Specialist/Project Coordinator
Phone: 217-698-0800 ext. 9
Education and Training Website: education.naaccr.org