Communicable Disease Surveillance

Public health surveillance is the systematic, ongoing collection, management, analysis, and interpretation of data followed by the dissemination of these data to public health programs to stimulate public health action1. Effective communicable disease control efforts rely on an effective surveillance and response system that promotes collaboration, coordination and communication among public health and clinical professionals.

megaphoneThe 2018 Montana Communicable Disease Annual Report is now available! Click on the tab below.

blue_arrowPlease visit our infographic page for data visualization of a variety of communicable disease topics!

 

Thacker SB, Berkelman RL. Public health surveillance in the United States. Epidemiol Rev. 1988;10:164-190.

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