Surveillance Strategy Report — Modernizing Notifiable Diseases Reporting


This resource explains the process of notifiable disease surveillance, where local and state health officials collect and report data on diseases and conditions of public health concern, which is then sent to the CDC for analysis and used to guide public health policies and prevention strategies to protect public health from various threats, including infectious diseases and noninfectious conditions.

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Monitoring and Surveillance

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Infectious Diseases