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Reportable Diseases in Idaho
There are over 70 reportable diseases and conditions in Idaho. These diseases often have serious health consequences and threaten the health of community. Health care providers, laboratorians, and hospital administrators are required by the State of Idaho to report certain communicable diseases and conditions to their local health district or Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s Office of Epidemiology. Reports can be made to:

Eastern Idaho Public Health
By Phone: (208) 533-3152
By Fax: (208) 533-3143

Click here to download a Reportable Disease Notification Form.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s Office of Epidemiology
A confidential automated OEFP WATTS line is available at:
(800) 632-5927
--This is NOT an emergency hotline--

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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
The HIPAA Privacy Rule recognizes the legitimate need for public health authorities and others responsible for ensuring public health and safety to have access to protected health information to carry out their public health mission. The Privacy Rule permits covered entities (licensed medical providers, nurses, hospitals, laboratories, etc.) to disclose protected health information, without authorization to public health authorities that are legally authorized to receive such reports for the purpose of preventing or controlling disease, injury, or disability. See 45 CFR 164.512(b)(1)(i).

Health Alert Network
Each Health District in the state maintains a registry of approved health care workers, first responders, and community officials to be contacted in the event of a health related emergency such as a natural disaster or a bioterrorism event. Through the Health Alert Network (HAN) information can quickly be disseminated in the event of a public health emergency.

If you are a qualified health care worker, first responder, or community official and would like to be an active user of the HAN system, please click here: Health Alert Network System

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