The CDC Division of Health Informatics and Surveillance (DHIS) is excited to announce several surveillance-related sessions at the 2019 Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) Annual Conference, including sessions on the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS), Epi Info, NEDSS Base System (NBS), and syndromic surveillance. This year’s conference is in Raleigh, North Carolina, on June 2–6.
DHIS to Present Surveillance-related Sessions at 2019 CSTE Annual Conference
WONDER makes health data available for public health research, decision making, priority setting, program evaluation, and resource allocation.
Countermeasure and Response Administration System (CRA) is an emergency response information system that tracks the administration and dispensing of countermeasures to local populations.
Epi Info™ is a free software suite used globally for outbreak investigations; disease surveillance; and analysis, visualization, and reporting.
Message Evaluation and Testing Service (METS) validates health departments’ NNDSS case notification messages against messaging, vocabulary, and program standards.
MVPS is software that receives, processes, and provisions data for nationally notifiable diseases based on HL7 standards and new technology.
NBS is an integrated information system that helps local, state, and territorial public health departments manage reportable disease data and send notifiable disease data to CDC.
The PHIN Public Health Directory (PHIN DIR) is a repository of information about organizations and jurisdictions important to public health programs and provides Object Identifiers (OIDs) for use within the public health community.
PHINMS is software that securely sends and receives any message type and facilitates interoperability among public health information systems.
PHIN VADS provides standard vocabularies to CDC and its public health partners in one place as a web-based enterprise vocabulary system.
PHIN Vocabulary Standards is a key component in supporting the development and deployment of standards-based public health information systems.