Communication Resources

The resources below will help you learn about DMI and provide tools you can use to communicate about this important work. For a quick tutorial about DMI, visit our DMI Basics page. You can also get updates on modernization work inside and outside CDC on our In the News page.

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Read our issue brief to discover how and why we are monitoring and evaluating DMI.

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View our DMI roadmap of activities and expected outcomes pdf icon[PDF], which clearly lays out a path from where are now to where we need to be.

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The Pandemic-Ready Interoperability Modernization Effort (PRIME), a new multi-year collaboration between CDC and USDSexternal icon.

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The Public Health Data Modernization Initiative  factsheet

See why we need a totally integrated, high-speed health data system to keep us safe from the diseases and outbreaks of today and the new and complex health threats of tomorrow.

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Understand the investments that are driving and accelerating our work to modernize now and what it will take to sustain these efforts and achieve real change for the future.

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Learn about the risks we face, the actions we are taking, and how we are currently putting data to work to protect America’s health.

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Understand more about the work that has already taken place to modernize, and how it creates a powerful foundation for where we’re heading next.

The New World of Public Health Data

Learn about the realities of the current public health data landscape and the future opportunities we have for transformation as we develop and deploy world-class data and analytics.

Modernizing for New and Complex Threats

Learn about implementing a cross-cutting strategy for modernization that will move us from tracking threats to predicting them.