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Protecting the population from communicable disease is one of seven priority areas from Oregon's State Health Improvement Plan. Progress is updated annually. Get the 2017 Progress Report for this priority or view current data highlights below.
Health equity interventions
Health system interventions
Communicable diseases continue to affect the health of individuals and communities throughout Oregon.
Focusing on protecting the population from foodborne illness, healthcare-associated infections, sexually transmitted infections and hepatitis C.
This chart shows the rate of syphilis infections is increasing.
Data source: Orpheus
This chart shows the rate of gonorrhea infections is increasing.
This chart shows viral suppression among people with HIV is increasing.
This chart shows the rate of new HIV infections is decreasing.
This chart shows the rate of tuberculosis is decreasing.
This chart shows the rate of e-coli is holding steady.
Data source: National Healthcare Safety Network
This chart shows C-difficile infections are increasing.
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