NM-IBIS Admin Training - IBIS-PH Community of Practice

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IBIS
-
Admin

New Mexico’s Web
-
based,

Public Health Indicator,

Content Management System

Outline

What? (IBIS
-
PH)

Why? (Public Health Assessment)

Who? (IBIS Indicator Roles)

How? (IBIS Admin site)

Related Issues

WHAT?

Public site
-

http://ibis.health.state.nm.us

Assessment Function of Public
Health

One of the core functions in public
health,
assessment

is the systematic
collection, assembly, analysis, and
dissemination of information about the
health of a community.

Institute of Medicine (1988)
The Future of Public Health

Assessment includes:

Determining the health needs of the community by
establishing a systematic process that periodically
provides pertinent health information.

Investigating adverse health events and health
hazards by conducting timely investigations that
identify the magnitude of health problems, including
their duration, trends, location, and at
-
risk
populations.

Analyzing the determinants of identified health
problems to determine the reasons why certain
populations are at risk for adverse health outcomes.

WHY?

Importance of Assessment

Without accurate information on the
health status of a community and a
clear understanding of the available
resources, we cannot make
informed
decisions

about which areas should
have priority, which policies might be
effective, or which interventions might
be possible to implement.

Why “Indicator
-
Based?”

GAO found that comprehensive key indicator
systems had positive effects in four areas:

enhanced collaboration to address public issues,

tools to encourage progress,

informed decision making and improved research,

increased public knowledge about key issues

Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Informing Our Nation. Improving how to understand the USA’s position and Progress
.
November 2004. Accessed 1/5/2007 online at http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d051.pdf.

IBIS
-
PH

IBIS
-
PH was developed in the Utah
Department of Health.

We use IBIS Indicators to:

publish data for priority health objectives

promote better understanding of public
health issues

disseminate data and information on public
health topics

WHO?

IBIS Indicator Roles

IBIS Admin Team

Indicator Authors

Indicator Editors

IBIS Admin Team

(
DOH
-
IBIS Indicator Support Team
)

Maintain infrastructure

Set up new indicators and new graphs

Provide training and technical assistance to
indicator authors and editors

Allow system access to indicator authors and
editors assisting in updating indicator
information

Publish completed indicators to the public site

IBIS Indicator Authors

Make decisions about measure inclusion,
definitions, data display and presentation,

Provide public health context, enter and
update indicator Web content

Assign indicator editors

Provide feedback on training and on the IBIS
Admin website and

Approve indicators for publishing

IBIS Indicator Editors

Assist the authors in maintaining the
Web content for their indicator(s)

IBIS Indicator Roles

In General:

Authors make decisions

Editors and IBISAdminTeam implement
them

HOW?


IBIS
-
Admin site
-

http://dohnocm238:8080/DataAdmin

IBIS Architecture

Business Logic Tier
-

Application Server

Dedicated IBIS resource.

Processes requests from
Internet according to relevant
business logic, stores IBIS View
System (Web page content for
IBIS indicators, XML for query
system interface pages),
transmits HTML to Web server.


HTTP Response
(HTML)

HTTP Request
(URL)

Data Tier


SAS, SQL Server

Shared UDOH resource.


Processes requests from
Application server.

Stores IBIS
-
Q CGI application
and SAS datasets.

Stores IBIS
-
Admin application
and Admin database.

HTTP Response
(HTML, XML)

HTTP Request
(URL)


Interne
t

NM
-
IBIS System Architecture

IBIS
-
View

IBIS
-
Admin

IBIS
-
Q (query)

How Are We Doing?

Utah Versus U.S.

What Is Being Done?

Other Program Information

Definition*

Numerator*

Denominator*

Data Interpretation Issues

Why Is This Important?*

HP 2010 Objectives*

Other Objectives

IBISAdmin
Indicator
Main

Page

IBISAdmin
Important

Facts

Page

IBISAdmin
HP2010
Objectives

Page

Admin DB, Relational DB
Entities (Tables)

Data Point
Data Point
Data Point
etc...
Indicator View
(Graph)
Data Point
Data Point
Data Point
etc...
Indicator View
(Graph)
Data Point
Data Point
Data Point
etc...
Indicator View
(Graph)
Indicator
Indicator
View
Values

Indicator Attributes (Table
Fields)

Indicator View Attributes
(Fields)

Indicator View Value Attributes
(Fields)

Vocabulary

An indicator “View” is a graph

Series and Category

Category: Values along the X
-
axis

Series: If there is more than one datapoint
for a category, there is more than one
series. e.g., male and female. The series
labels are identified in the legend.

Vocabulary

Data can be text. Text can be data.


Anything in the IBISAdmin database is
considered “data.” To be clear, we try
to use the word “content” to refer
broadly to your indicator Web page
content, but we may slip up and call it
data. Just so you know.

Vocabulary

Name vs. Title


Title is always the label
that is shown to the end user, name is
the unique identifier in the DB.

Category vs. Series

Indicator vs. Indicator View (Graph)

Illegal characters

IBIS uses only pure text characters. You
may have problems (e.g., can’t
preview) if you copy/paste from
MSWord or other programs.

Known issues:

“directional quotation marks”

Emdash


the two dashes put together

Some end of line hidden characters

2009 Legislative Session

Legislators will be notified re: NM
-
IBIS
Website and indicators.

Shoot for all indicators updated by
January 1
st
.

As Always:

Contact
DOH
-
IBIS Indicator Support Team

if
you have questions or need technical
assistance.

Please update your indicators as soon as new
data become available.

Email
DOH
-
IBIS Indicator Support Team

when you have completed your changes and
your indicator needs to be republished.

Next Steps…

1.
Contact the IBIS Indicator Support Team
to tell us your indicator title and what
graphs you will be publishing.

2.
Gay and Lois will create your DB records.

3.
You use the IBIS
-
Admin site to create
your Web page content.

4.
Let us know when you’re ready to
publish.

Next Steps…

Email address for NM
-
IBIS Indicator
Support Team:


DOH
-
IBIS Indicator Support Team@state.nm.us


(Type in ‘DOH
-
IBIS’ in address book.)

Email us to:

Set up a new indicator

Technical assistance

Publish your indicator

Next Steps…

IBIS
-
Admin Website:



http://dohnocm238:8080/DataAdmin

And:

Let us know how we can improve the
site.

Let us know if your group would like a
hands
-
on training session.

Thank you for using IBIS Admin to
maintain your indicator page content!!

Lois M. Haggard, PhD

lois.haggard@state.nm.us

505
-
827
-
5274


Gay Romero

gay.romero@state.nm.us

505
-
476
-
3566