The Public Health Informatics Institute partners with and is funded through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements with national public health organizations, healthcare organizations, foundations, and government agencies, to further our collective interest in improving public health through the effective application of information and information technology.
Our partnerships directly support our mission to transform the way public health agencies use and share information, and how they design and implement integrated, interoperable information systems. Our funders provide support for initiatives that foster collaborative and innovative approaches to health information systems solutions, with the goal of improving public health outcomes.
Through a variety of projects and programs, the Institute works with public health practitioners and associations at all levels of government. These include:
The Institute works on projects funded by a variety of governmental and private organizations, including: