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How Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment uses Rhapsody 

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Configuration and Environment  

Rhapsody running on Windows server  

Electronic Laboratory Reporting (ELR) 

Broad use of custom .net/nhappi parsers – every new lab feed means a new custom parser; Rhapsody provides consistency and shortens development.  

Physician Tracking  

Incoming provider information from a myriad of federal and state sources, all handled by Rhapsody.  

Syndromic Surveillance and Clinician Reports  

Clinician reports for non-lab reportables (animal bites, certain zoonotics, varicella, hospitalized flu) received via fax or otherwise (line lists, etc.) that include symptoms or treatment for a range of potential diagnoses (e.g., sexually transmitted infections, etc.) must be manually reported. 

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