Changeset 12335 in main


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11/22/16 17:29:01 (6 years ago)
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Paul Leo
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Replaced Utah with New Mexico

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    1111                <author>Garth Braithwaite</author>
    12                 <company>Utah Department of Health/Software Technology Group</company>
     12                <company>New Mexico Department of Health/Software Technology Group</company>
    1313        </ibis:doc>
    1414
    1515
    16         <TITLE>Utah's EPHT FAQs</TITLE>
    17         <KEYWORDS>Utah EHPT News</KEYWORDS>
    18         <DESCRIPTION>Utah's EPHT Website's FAQS Page</DESCRIPTION>
     16        <TITLE>New Mexico's Environmental Public Health Tracking FAQs</TITLE>
     17        <KEYWORDS>New Mexico EHPT News Public Health Tracking FAQs</KEYWORDS>
     18        <DESCRIPTION>New Mexico's EPHT Website's FAQS Page</DESCRIPTION>
    1919
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    4444                        <li><a href="#p">How do I access data available in other states?</a></li>
    4545                        <li><a href="#q">How do I access data available on the National network?</a></li>
    46                         <li><a href="#r">How do data on Utah's web site differ from CDC's National site?</a></li>
     46                        <li><a href="#r">How do data on New Mexico's web site differ from CDC's National site?</a></li>
    4747                        <li><a href="#s">What is a local health department?</a></li>
    4848                </ul><br/>
     
    6161                An indicator is a fact or trend that indicates the level or condition of something. Well
    6262                known indicators include gross national product, unemployment rates, and presidential
    63                 approval ratings. In a public health context, indicators show trends like cancer rates, drinking water                          contamination levels, and blood lead levels in children. When an indicator has several parts that combine to                                            indicate the status of the concept being measured, the individual items are called "measures."
     63                approval ratings. In a public health context, indicators show trends like cancer rates, drinking water
     64                contamination levels, and blood lead levels in children. When an indicator has several parts that combine to
     65                indicate the status of the concept being measured, the individual items are called "measures."
    6466                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    6567                <br/><br/>
    6668
    6769                <a name="c"/><h2>What types of data and information are available on this web site?</h2>
    68                 The Utah EPHT Network has data available in two different formats: Indicator Reports and  query datasets.
     70                The New Mexico EPHT Network has data available in two different formats: Indicator Reports and  query datasets.
    6971                Indicator Reports are designed to answer the question "How are we doing?" for a selected health outcome
    7072                or environmental exposure. Indicator Reports include both data and information in a report format to help
     
    7678
    7779                <a name="d"/><h2>How are indicator data organized?</h2>
    78                 Indicator data on the EPHT portal are organized into four categories: health outcomes, environmental quality,                           climate change, and vital statistics. To access these topics, click on the "EPHT Topics" tab at the top of the page. After choosing a           category, choose a topic and click the "+" symbol to reveal more information.
     80                Indicator data on the EPHT portal are organized into four categories: health outcomes, environmental quality,
     81                climate change, and vital statistics. To access these topics, click on the "EPHT Topics" tab at the top of the page.
     82                After choosing a category, choose a topic and click the "+" symbol to reveal more information.
    7983                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    8084                <br/><br/>
     
    123127
    124128                <a name="m"/><h2>How do I request access to more data than are available through this web site?</h2>
    125                 Requests for secure (non-public) data sets can be made to the Utah EPHT Network at the Utah
     129                Requests for secure (non-public) data sets can be made to the New Mexico EPHT Network at the New Mexico
    126130                Department of Health. These requests will be forwarded to the appropriate data steward who
    127131                is responsible for the original data and its distribution. The data steward has the ultimate
     
    137141                Yes, a glossary of terms used in describing data, indicators, calculations, government agencies,
    138142                chemicals, environmental factors, and more is available. To access the glossary, click
    139                 <a href="http://health.utah.gov/opha/IBIShelp/Glossary%20UEPHT.pdf">here</a>.
     143                <a href="http://health.New Mexico.gov/opha/IBIShelp/Glossary%20UEPHT.pdf">here</a>.
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    141145                <br/><br/>
    142146
    143147                <a name="o"/><h2>Are other states participating in the EPHT Network?</h2>
    144                 In addition to Utah, more than 20 states participate in the CDC-funded Tracking
     148                In addition to New Mexico, more than 20 states participate in the CDC-funded Tracking
    145149                network. For a map of project grantees, see the
    146150                <a href="http://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showStateTracking.action">State Tracking Network</a> page.
     
    161165                <br/><br/>
    162166
    163                 <a name="r"/><h2>How do data on Utah's web site differ from CDC's National site?</h2>
    164                 Both the Utah Tracking portal and the National portal allow you to access and visualize
     167                <a name="r"/><h2>How do data on New Mexico's web site differ from CDC's National site?</h2>
     168                Both the New Mexico Tracking portal and the National portal allow you to access and visualize
    165169                data sets.
    166170                The National portal presents datasets that have been processed according to
    167171                standardized guidelines which allow for national comparisons (such as state-to-state comparisons).
    168                 On the other hand, the Utah portal contains datasets that were contributed
    169                 to the National portal. However, the Utah portal provides additional datasets and information that is specific to               Utah's environmental  and public health needs.
     172                On the other hand, the New Mexico portal contains datasets that were contributed
     173                to the National portal. However, the New Mexico portal provides additional datasets and information that is specific to                 New Mexico's environmental  and public health needs.
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    171175                <br/><br/>
    172176
    173177                        <a name="s"/><h2>What is a local health department?</h2>
    174                 Local health departments provide many essential health services including disease outbreak investigations, regulation of known sources of health hazards such as food establishments, and health education and prevention services such as immunizations and preventive health screenings. <a href="http://epht.health.utah.gov/epht-view/about/LHD.html">Click here to learn more about Utah's local health departments</a>.
     178                Local health departments provide many essential health services including disease outbreak investigations, regulation of known sources of health hazards such as food establishments, and health education and prevention services such as immunizations and preventive health screenings. <a href="http://epht.health.New Mexico.gov/epht-view/about/LHD.html">Click here to learn more about New Mexico's local health departments</a>.
    175179                <a href="#top" class="ReturnToTop">Return to top of page</a>
    176180                <br/><br/>
     
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