Public-Private Partnerships and CDC
CDC works with the private sector because public-private partnerships advance CDC’s mission of protecting Americans. Americans—and CDC—can accomplish more working together than separately. Two of the most important reasons for public-private partnerships are to ensure health security and contribute to a healthy economy.
CDC helps protect the private sector against expensive and dangerous health threats, provides guidelines and information to protect workers, and helps employers and employees reduce healthcare spending on chronic diseases. CDC works 24/7 as the nation’s health protection agency to keep Americans safe both domestically and internationally.
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Opportunities to Connect with CDC
CDC Business Health Executive Quarterly Calls: Calls between CDC experts and private sector chief medical officers, medical directors, and other business health leaders. These calls increase communication between the business sector and CDC. To receive call invitations, contact us.
Each call includes:
- Breaking News: Updates on current issues
- Get to Know CDC: In depth information and Q&A about CDC programs
Office of Technology and Innovation (OTI) Technology Transfer Office (TTO): The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Technology Transfer Office (TTO) partners with industry, academia, non-profits, and other government agencies to transfer CDC’s research portfolio into products and services to improve public health.
Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA) Calls/Webinars: During COCA Calls/Webinars, subject matter experts present key emergency preparedness and response topics, followed by meaningful Q&A with participants.
Health Alert Network (HAN): CDC's primary method of sharing approved and verified information about urgent public health incidents with public information officers, local public health practitioners, clinicians, and others.
Vital Signs: Offers recent data and calls-to-action for important public health issues such as: HIV, obesity, alcohol and tobacco use, access to health care, and healthcare-associated infections.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR): Often called “the voice of CDC,” the MMWR series is the agency’s primary vehicle for scientific publication of timely, reliable, authoritative, accurate, objective, and useful public health information and recommendations.
CDC Foundation’s Business Pulse: A feature that offers businesses useful resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and explores how business can get involved in protecting their employees' health. Topics range from major health emergencies to chronic threats that have an impact on health and productivity.
Learn more about CDC, and the resources and expertise that are available to help protect the health of your private sector organization, your workforce, and the nation.
U.S. -Based Outbreaks
Infectious disease outbreaks currently being reported on by CDC. Listings include those outbreaks for which content is currently published on the CDC website.
CDC in Action
CDC is the nation's health protection agency, working 24/7 to protect America from health and safety threats, both foreign and domestic. CDC increases the health security of our nation.
Outbreaks Affecting International Travelers
Please see the Travelers' Health site for a complete list of travel health notices, additional information for travelers and clinicians, and other assorted updates.
- Page last reviewed: March 10, 2016
- Page last updated: March 29, 2017
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