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SRCA Query Results Page
The State Reportable Conditions Assessment (SRCA) is an annual assessment of reporting requirements for conditions that must be reported by clinicians, laboratories, hospitals, and others to public health according to jurisdictional laws. The SRCA helps fulfill CSTE’s charge to provide a complete and accurate list of reportable conditions by state and territory. Each state and territory (including the District of Columbia and New York City) is given the opportunity every year to update or enter information regarding reportable public health conditions in its jurisdiction.
Access the SRCA query results tool.
  1. Choose the appropriate category: Infectious, Non Infectious, General, or All.
  2. Choose the appropriate reporter: Clinician, Laboratory, Hospital, Other, or All.
  3. Select the year of reporting information.
  4. Select the condition from the drop-down list that you would like to query.
  5. Click on the state or territory for the reporting information or click "All states” at the bottom. The query results will open in a new window.
Helpful Tips:
  • The SRCA asks for reporting requirements as of July of the given year. Any changes taking effect later in the calendar year will not be reflected until the following year’s SRCA.
  • Once you have completed a query, you may add or subtract information from the query by using the drop-down boxes at the top of the page. The "Operator” field must read "Equals (Drop Down)” to operate correctly.
  • Upon selecting additional or new information, click the "Update Results” button to generate a new table.
  • Information may be exported in several formats using the toolbox at the top of the page.
  • Each column in the table can be sorted by clicking on the header.
Explanation of Terms:
  • Reporters: Clinician, Hospital, Laboratory, Other.
  • (Reporter) Authority: This column tells us if reporting for a specific disease is either Explicit or Implicit, or if the condition is not reportable.
    • Explicit: Condition is mentioned by name in the jurisdiction’s laws or reportable condition list
    • Implicit: Condition is not specifically listed as reportable but would be considered reportable under general language in the jurisdiction’s laws, such as calling for reporting of "any condition of public health importance” or other similar terms.
  • (Reporter) Occupational: Occupational Case Reporting for that reporting entity.
  • (Reporter) Outbreak: Outbreak Reporting for that reporting entity.
  • Occupational Case Reporting: Describes whether cases are reported if they are work-related only or if all cases are reported.
  • Outbreak reporting: Indicates whether a condition is reportable only in the context of an outbreak. For example, a condition may require all cases to be reported by laboratories, but during an outbreak, clinicians may be required to report case data. For non-infectious conditions, the term "outbreak” refers to a cluster.
  • Individual: Outbreaks and the cases associated with the outbreak are reportable, but individual cases are not reportable unless/until there is an outbreak.
  • Aggregate: Outbreaks are reportable by aggregate case counts only (not individual case reports).
  • All Cases: All cases are reportable regardless of context.
Access the SRCA query results tool.
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