Tools and Resources for Public-Private Partnerships
The resources and tools listed below will help you learn more about CDC, the resources and expertise available, and how you can participate in protecting the health of your private sector organization, your workforce, and the nation.
For public-private partnership questions, or for further information regarding how CDC may be able to inform and assist your private sector health and safety efforts, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other health-related questions or comments, contact CDC Info via an online request form or by phone (800-CDC-INFO).
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- Traveler’s Health: Portal features up-to-date health information for international travelers. This includes vaccination advice, illness and injury protection, travel clinic locations, and the “Yellow Book,” CDC Health Information for International Travel.
- Global Health Security: Describes why Global Health Security matters; links to the overall Global Health Security Agenda (Prevent-Detect-Respond) and CDC’s unique role.
- Global Disease Detection (GDD): CDC’s principal program to develop and strengthen a global system of disease protection. GDD works with a variety of in-country, U.S. government and international and non-government partners. Provides a list of GDD partners and regional centers.
- Emergency Preparedness and Response: CDC’s primary source of information and resources for preparing for and responding to public health emergencies. To contact CDC’s Emergency Operations Center, call 770-488-7100.
- Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs): HAIs are infections that patients acquire during the course of receiving healthcare treatment for other conditions. Learn what you can do.
- Health Alert Network (HAN): CDC’s primary tool for sharing approved and verified information about urgent public health incidents with clinicians, public information officers, local public health practitioners, and others.
CDC is vital to a healthy economy in three essential ways:
- CDC fights pandemics and disease outbreaks that disrupt business continuity and reduce productivity.
- CDC provides evidence-based guidelines and health data to help protect workers from health, occupational, and environmental hazards.
- CDC helps employers and families reduce healthcare spending on chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
- 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.
- Making the Case for Investing in Prevention and Wellness: Links to data-driven documents supporting prevention policies for business.
- National Healthy Worksite Program: Designed to assist employers in implementing science- and practice-based prevention and wellness strategies to promote good health through prevention and chronic illness and disability reduction. Links to resources, training, toolkit and case studies. Includes links to related CDC resources:
- Workplace Health Promotion: Toolkit to design, implement, and evaluate effective workplace health programs.
- Total Worker Health®: Tools and resources to integrate occupational safety and health protection with health promotion to prevent worker injury and illness and to advance health and well-being.
- The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH): Provides national and world leadership to prevent workplace illnesses and injuries. Links to workplace safety and health topics, news and events, and resources.