National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP)
Sending Early Warning Signals from Emergency Departments to Public Health
Syndromic Surveillance in Action
States and communities use syndromic surveillance data to investigate and respond to potential health threats, sharing data with CDC for action. Read their stories.
- Air Quality and Asthma-like Illness in Oregon During Wildfires
- Wildfires in California: A Critical Use Case for Expanding State Capacity and Sharing Information Across Public Health Jurisdictions
- New Jersey Leverages Syndromic Surveillance to Combine Multiple Data Sources for Detecting Occupational Injuries and Exposures