Disease Surveillance Programs
Epidemiology staff work with internal and external partners to conduct surveillance of reportable diseases, detect outbreaks, and help prevent communicable and non-communicable diseases in Nebraska.
Communicable Disease Surveillance
Foodborne Illness
DHHS enhances capacity for investigation, control, and reporting of foodborne disease outbreaks and coordinates laboratory-based surveillance for foodborne pathogens.

Healthcare-Associated Infections
The Nebraska Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) program aims to reduce HAIs through surveillance, supporting education, and collaboration with stakeholders.

Influenza (Flu)
The Nebraska Influenza Surveillance Program is a collaborative effort between DHHS and its many partners to monitor influenza activity in Nebraska.

Mosquito-Borne Diseases
Nebraska DHHS tracks and helps prevent the spread of diseases trasmitted by mosquitos such as West Nile Virus.  

Rabies and Zoonotic Diseases
Nebraska DHHS conducts surveillance of diseases that spread from animals to humans.

Vaccine Preventable Diseases
Nebraska DHHS conducts outbreak and case-based surveillance of vaccine preventable diseaes to evaluate vaccine impacts and prevention efforts. 

Non-Communicable Disease Surveillance
The Nebraska Crash Outcomes Data Evaluation System (CODES) and Injury Surveillance Program links motor vehicle crash data with health data for analysis.
Nebraska's Occupational Health and Safety Surveillance Program tracks work-related injuries, illnesses, hazards, and exposures to assess the health of the state's workforce.
Health Informatics
Infectious Disease Prevention
HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Program
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