Health Professionals

Health Professionals


Idaho Reportable Diseases / Procedures / Forms

In the State of Idaho, licensed physicians, physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners, registered nurses, school health nurses, infection surveillance staff, public health officials, laboratory directors, and coroners are required to report all reportable diseases and conditions. To report a disease or condition to CDH, call the Communicable Disease Control program at (208) 327-8625 or fax report to (208) 327-7100.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (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).
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Communicable Disease Forms

COVID-19 Report Form

Communicable Disease Report Form

COVID-19

For COVID-19 related questions, visit CDH's COVID-19 pages, call CDH’s Call Center at 208-321-2222, or reach out to CDH’s Epidemiology team at 208-327-7499. Visit the Centers for Disease and Control (CDC) for current guidance and up-to-date FAQs. View COVID-19 related HAN messages in the section below.

Health Alert Network (HAN)

The Health Alert Network (HAN) is an essential resource for communication between Central District Health and health care providers, schools, laboratories, pharmacies, and other medical service providers. We highly encourage our healthcare community to sign-up to receive HAN messages. HAN is used to pass on important information about outbreaks, seasonal disease advisories, educational opportunities, and more. Learn More

Meaningful Use in Public Health

If you have questions about Meaningful Use in Public Health, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has set up a web page specifically to address provider questions. Click here to learn more about Meaningful Use or to ask a specific question.

Tuberculosis Resources

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upcoming events



JAN 2812 PM
BOH Meeting

The next Board of Health meeting will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022, at 12pm at 707 N. Armstrong Pl, Boise. The Board Meeting schedule is posted inside CDH Headquarters and on the Board Meetings page, HERE. View past meetings via YouTube.

FEB 21ALL DAY
HOLIDAY OFFICE CLOSURE

Central District Health and the CDH Call Center will be closed on Monday, February 21, 2022 in honor of Presidents' Day.

FCS 8AM-5PM
FAMILY & CLINIC SERVICES

Family & Clinic Services at CDH include programs and services for both individuals and families. We look forward to helping you reach your health goals. Read about our programs to learn more, or give us a call at (208) 327-7400!

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