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Public Health Organizations: Service and Population Based

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What is the difference between service-based and population-based applications for information systems in public health organizations? Present an example of each application and justify your rationale.

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Service based applications are systems that use data collected at the front line of public health. For example, obtaining a sample of blood from children exposed to lead would be entered into the service based application. A public health ...

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