Nonfatal Overdose Dashboards
The three data dashboards below describe nonfatal drug overdoses within the United States. Data from these dashboards come from separate systems but provide complementary information to understand nonfatal drug overdoses in the United States.
DOSE Dashboard: Nonfatal Overdose Syndromic Surveillance Data and DOSE Dashboard: Nonfatal Overdose Emergency Department and Inpatient Hospitalization Discharge Data utilize data from CDC’s Drug Overdose Surveillance and Epidemiology (DOSE) system. Syndromic surveillance data from CDC’s DOSE system provide preliminary information in near real-time on changes in trends of suspected nonfatal drug overdose-related emergency department visits from 42 states and the District of Columbia. Emergency department and inpatient hospitalization discharge data from CDC’s DOSE system provide a more complete and accurate understanding of nonfatal overdose trends and burden in emergency departments and among hospitalizations from 25 states. More detailed information on DOSE can be found on the About the Drug Overdose Surveillance and Epidemiology (DOSE) system page.
A third dashboard, Fentalog Study: A Subset of Nonfatal Suspected Opioid Overdoses with Toxicology Testing, utilizes data available through a five-year project (2020-2025) led by the Toxicology Investigators Consortium (ToxIC) and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Interactive emergency department syndromic surveillance data related to suspected nonfatal overdoses as reported to CDC’s Drug Overdose Surveillance and Epidemiology (DOSE) system.
Interactive emergency department and inpatient hospitalization discharge data related to nonfatal overdoses as reported to CDC’s Drug Overdose Surveillance and Epidemiology (DOSE) system.
Interactive laboratory testing data from a study of patients experiencing nonfatal overdoses that are suspected to involve opioids.