CDC is pleased to announce that finalized 2018 National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS) annual infectious disease data are now available as tables on the data and statistics section of the NNDSS webpage. In addition to links to the tables, hosted by the CDC Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiological Research (WONDER), the website provides detailed information about notifiable disease surveillance and the data themselves.
To protect Americans from serious disease, the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System helps public health monitor, control, and prevent about 120 diseases. These diseases are important to monitor nationwide and include infectious diseases such as Zika virus infections, foodborne outbreaks such as E. coli, and noninfectious conditions such as lead poisoning. About 3,000 public health departments gather and use data on these diseases to protect their local communities. Through NNDSS, CDC receives and uses these data to keep people healthy and defend America from health threats.
As part of the CDC Surveillance Strategy, the NNDSS Modernization Initiative is enhancing the system’s ability to provide more comprehensive, timely, and higher quality data than ever before for public health decision making.
The NMI Technical Assistance and Training Resource Center provides guidance, tools, and help for implementing NNDSS HL7 case notification messages.
Access finalized NNDSS HL7 message mapping guides and related documentation at the NNDSS HL7 Case Notification Resource Center.
Message Evaluation and Testing Service validates NNDSS case notification messages against messaging, vocabulary, and program standards.
NMI eSHARE is a webinar series that trains public health jurisdictions on implementing NNDSS HL7 case notifications and other HL7 efforts.