National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP)
Updated September 22, 2023
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.
- Nebraska Assesses the Use of Non-Traumatic Dental Care in Emergency Departments
- Idaho Uses Syndromic Data to Help Understand Who Is at Risk for Suicide
- Syndromic Surveillance Provides Critical Clues on E-cigarette, or Vaping, Product Use-Associated Lung Injury
- North Carolina Integrates Data from Disaster Medical Assistance Teams for Improved Situational Awareness