CDC works around the clock to get the right information into the right hands at the right time. To meet increasing demands for speed and accuracy, we must constantly improve how we track and report illness and other health conditions. CDC’s Surveillance Strategy is navigating change by improving the value of our data, beginning with how we interface with states.
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- CDC says addiction treatment, syringe service programs are key in preventing spread of Hep C; Beckley Register-Herald, April 18, 2018
- Endocarditis Joins HIV and Hepatitis Among Infections Related to Opioid Epidemic, ContagionLive.com, April 18, 2018
- How is health care in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria? No one knows., WashingtonPost.com, April 18, 2018
- Intermountain study to link genomic data to clinical outcomes, Health Data Management, April 18, 2018
- Senate bill calls for data, technology to combat opioid crisis, Health Data Management, April 18, 2018
- 7 challenges physicians face accessing patient data, Health Data Management, April 18, 2018
- Page last reviewed: February 1, 2018
- Page last updated: April 19, 2018
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