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NCBP - Biospatial

Emergency Medical Services Section

  •  850-245-4440
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    Fax

    850-488-2512
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    Mailing Address

    Florida Department of Health 

    4052 Bald Cypress Way Bin A-22 

    Tallahassee, FL 32399 

The National Collaborative for Bio-Preparedness (NCBP) Operating as a partnership between University of     North Carolina (UNC) and Biospatial, builds on a six - year pilot program developed between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the (UNC) to provide data – driven operational insight for the national preparedness and response enterprise, state and local responders.

           
Biospatial provides access to clinical & operational dashboards with near - real time information used to improve national bio - preparedness, operations and response. Multi -  source data collection is developed into information that provides early warning of health and safety threats and trends and is used to detect anomalous events related to public health and safety, syndromic event detection, naturally – occurring health events, biological or chemical terrorism and unexpected outbreaks.

 

Subscribers can set customizable syndromic alerts such as: Cardiac, Stroke, Respiratory Syndromes, Influenza – like illness, constitutional and opioid syndromes and motor vehicle collision injuries.

 

NCBP operates in full HIPAA/HITECH - compliance and a maximum - security environment with fully encrypted data where data owners retain full control of access and visibility.

 

Florida Department of Health (FDOH) along with multi - agency cooperation supports the Biospatial platform and our local partner subscribers in a collaborative effort to improve situational awareness, response capabilities and public health.

 

 

 

 

 

Please contact the department at EMS@flhealth.gov if you need further information about the Biospatial Program.

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