CIP is a real-time data surveillance system that collects, collate, verify, investigate, and register health data from public, private sector, and organisations. CIP database consists of disease case definitions, notification system, collation, and real-time analysis of granular data.
Facilitates rapid, early identification of suspected or confirmed cases from the input of medical professionals anywhere around the world.
Triggers and supports the initial evaluation and category of the outbreak i.e., endemic, epidemic, pandemic, or sporadic outbreak and, channels relevant information to the Power Lens for analytics using a combination of technology in EPIDEMIOLOGY + CLINICAL + AI to enable prediction, prevention, and early mitigation.
The Power Lens is the analytics arm of IPPC designed by an interdisciplinary team of epidemiologists, infectious disease experts, and data scientists.
Utilises data streams ranging from traditional epidemiological indicators to more unconventional big data streams, leveraging on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to derive critical insights into the propagation of an infectious disease within a targeted setting.
Clinical, microbiology and other relevant data derived from users input or upload of such datasets undergo cleansing and verification to eliminate duplication, errors, false negatives/ positives. Information from technical domains i.e., clinical, laboratory, zoonoses, microbiology, pharmacy – are simplified and cumulated into streamlined reports that include prediction analytics, surveillance data, and notification reports.
RAPID RESEARCH RESPONSE (R3)
R3 is a scientific channel for scientists, epidemiologists, clinicians, healthcare professionals to communicate and collaborate but not for individuals who are looking to publish individually.
It will act as a global platform that encourages and motivates scientists, epidemiologists, clinicians, and academicians to communicate and collaborate in the sharing/ exchange of research data and evidence generation.
IPPC’s funding arm is not focused on obtaining finances to run its operations, rather the emphasis would be on funding mobilization for nations, by:
Tracking and analysing funding flow but also mobilise fund globally.
Setting up or improvement of infrastructure for pandemic preparedness by assessment of issues of current and critical importance in the diseases surveillance system.
Collaborating with donor funders or foundations and support their donation efforts with data for more efficient and targeted dissemination of funds. This service of funds mobilization will strengthen the global infectious disease surveillance system.
We Cannot Stop Disease Outbreaks From Happening.
But We Can Better Manage The Speed And Magnitude Of Their Transmission.