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DiagnosisONE Deploys Surveillance

October 26, 2007
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Nashua, N.H.-based DiagnosisONE has been contracted to deploy its D1.Surveillance disease surveillance system across Puerto Rico.

The company claims the system will help public health officials access, collect and report data about real or potential outbreaks of communicable diseases such as measles, avian flu or dengue fever. It will also connect laboratories, physicians' offices, emergency rooms and hospitals, and make reports and test results available to epidemiologists for review.

According to the company, D1.Surveillance is an HL7 3.0-based product that uses all Web interfaces and will be fully deployed throughout Puerto Rico in 2008.

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