Tracking: Better Information for Better Health
Explore the infographics below to learn more about how CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Network delivers better information for better health. View the full-sized infographic hereCdc-image.
Tracking Connects Environment and Health Information
The Tracking Network has data and information on the environment, exposures, health effects and population characteristics. Check out CDC’s Data Explorer to view dynamic maps, charts and graphs on many different health topics. Also, check out State and Local Tracking Programs for even more topics, such as harmful algal blooms, radon, and food safety information!
Tracking Delivers Data Relevant to Your Needs
Tracking displays environmental and health data in many different ways, such as CDC’s Data Explorer, the Application Program Interface (API), and Info by Location!
State and Local Tracking Programs also develop tools, applications, and products that go beyond data and inform public health action:
- California Tracking: Mapping toolsExternal
- Missouri Tracking: Cooling centers mapExternal
- New Mexico Tracking: 5-3-1 visibility methodExternal
- New York City Tracking: Neighborhood reportsExternal
- South Carolina* Tracking: MyFish appExternal (*former grantee)
- Vermont Tracking: Blue-green algae trackerExternal
Tracking is More than Just Data
Tracking includes a diverse network of experts and resources that help solve environmental and health issues across the United States.
The experts here at Tracking are always hard at work to bring you better information for better health! pic.twitter.com/OhIWnHLtWXExternal
— CDC EPHTracking (@CDC_EPHTracking) December 15, 2017
Tracking Helps Improve Health
Read Tracking Success Stories, watch Tracking in Action Videos, and check out Faces of Tracking to learn about how Tracking helps enact public health change across the United States.