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Idaho Reportable Diseases

Reportable Diseases

Health care providers, laboratorians, and hospital administrators are required, according to the Idaho Reportable Diseases Rules (IDAPA 16.02.10), to report communicable diseases and conditions included on the Idaho Reportable Disease List to their local health district or the Epidemiology Program within the Bureau of Communicable Disease Prevention. Reports must be made within three (3) working days of identification or diagnosis unless otherwise noted on the Idaho Reportable Disease List. 

Reporting a Case

All reports are confidential and must include:

Immediate reports and emergency notifications

Reports required within 1 working day

Routine Reporting: Phone, fax, mail, or provide via electronic reporting system all reports

What to Report:

All reports are confidential and must include:

Where to Report

Extraordinary Occurrence of Illness, Including Clusters

Health care providers, laboratorians, and hospital administrators are required, according to the Idaho Reportable Disease Rules [PDF], to report cases, suspected cases, and clusters of extraordinary or unusual illness within one working day of identification or suspicion. Clusters of unexplained acute illness and early-stage disease symptoms are included in this requirement.

Idaho Guide for Health Data Suggestive of Terrorism

The Idaho Guide for Health Data Suggestive of Terrorism provides information on detection of clusters of illness that may be associated with biologic, chemical, or radiologic terrorism. Note: Contacts and weblinks included in this guide may not be current.

View/download [PDF] the Guide (single-sided printing)

View/download [PDF] the Guide (double-sided printing, brochure style)

 

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