Cumulative Case Reports of Disease



Please note that the case report counts are preliminary and subject to change.

The KDHE Bureau of Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics is tasked with the surveillance of notifiable infectious diseases. This webpage contains cumulative case reports of notifiable diseases.

KDHE reports nationally notifiable diseases data to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) every week. These data include case reports that are considered to be “probable” as per published national condition-specific surveillance case definitions, in addition to those that are “confirmed.” A full list of which diseases include confirmed cases only, versus which include both confirmed and probable cases, can be found below.

Provisional data are published each week in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) to disseminate the most current national information, but are subject to change based on the outcome of further case investigation. As provisional counts are updated, the cumulative (year-to-date) count of cases can increase or decrease.

Provisional case counts are published in the MMWR weekly tables.

Case report data are considered provisional and subject to change each week until the data are reconciled and verified.


2014 Reports:

2013 Reports:

2012 Reports:

Additional Documents:


 

*K.S.A. 65-118, 65-119, and K.A.R. 28-1-1, 28-1-2, and 28-1-4 through 28-1-18 (excluding 28-1-8 through 28-1-11, 28-1-16, and 28-1-17, which were revoked)