Laboratory Reporting Volume Percentages by Jurisdiction

From 2012-2013, overall ELR volume rose from 62% to 67%.

The map below shows the total volume of laboratory reporting results for notifiable conditions received electronically by state, territorial, and six large local jurisdictions in 2013 (67%). Color-coding indicates the percentage of laboratory reporting volume for the jurisdiction that was electronic.

This map shows the total volume of laboratory reporting results for notifiable conditions received electronically by state, territorial, and six large local jurisdictions in 2013. The national total is 67 percent. West Virginia and Puerto Rico are at 0 percent ELR. Minnesota and Washington state are not specified, although both states receive ELR. California, Wyoming, Kentucky, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island are at less than 25 percent ELR; this is five states. LA County, Utah, New Mexico, North Dakota, Houston, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, and South Carolina are at 25 through 49 percent; this is 8 states and 2 cities. Alaska, Nevada, Arizona, Montana, South Dakota, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Delaware, Connecticut, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington DC are at 50 through 74 percent ELR; this is 15 states and 2 cities. Hawaii, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Chicago, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, New York City, New Jersey, Maryland, North Carolina, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida are at 75 percent or more ELR; this is 19 states and 2 cities
Laboratory Reporting Volume Percentages by Jurisdiction in 2013.

Previously, in 2012, the number of jurisdictions in the 0% and< 25% categories was larger (9 as opposed to 7), the number of jurisdictions in the >75% category was smaller (14 as opposed to 21), and the overall ELR volume was at 62%.

This map shows the total volume of laboratory reporting results for notifiable conditions received electronically by state, territorial, and six large local jurisdictions in 2012. The national total is 62 percent. West Virginia, California, and Puerto Rico are at 0 percent ELR. Minnesota and Washington state are not specified, although both states receive ELR. New Mexico, Kansas, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Washington DC are at less than 25 percent ELR; this is five states and 1 city. LA County, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Houston, Missouri, Arkansas, Vermont, Philadelphia, Tennessee, and South Carolina are at 25 through 49 percent; this is 10 states and 3 cities. Alaska, Montana, Arizona, South Dakota, Texas, Illinois, Chicago, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maine, Connecticut, Virginia, North Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida are at 50 through 74 percent ELR; this is 18 states and 1 city. Hawaii, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana, Massachusetts, New York, New York City, New Jersey, Maryland, and Alabama are at 75 percent or more ELR; this is 13 states and 1 city

Laboratory Reporting Volume Percentages by Jurisdiction in 2012.