Howland, R., Li, W., Madsen, A. et al. (2015). Evaluating the Use of an Electronic Death Registration System for Mortality Surveillance During and After Hurricane Sandy: New York City, 2012. American Journal of Public Health 101(11): e55-e62.
The authors evaluated NYC’s electronic death registration system for mortality surveillance during and after Hurricane Sandy, demonstrating how daily data systems can contribute significantly during disasters to impact assessment.