Data and Publications
Weekly Morbidity Statistics Reports
Provisional data on selected reportable diseases/conditions are published on a weekly basis, in the form of an Excel file, to help track disease trends across Florida.
Monthly Morbidity Statistics Reports
Provisional data on selected reportable diseases/conditions, in the form of monthly tables, are published, quarterly in Epi Update.
Annual Morbidity Statistics Reports
Final data on selected reportable diseases/conditions are published at the end of the year in the Florida Morbidity Statistics Report . These reports contain the official statistics, in tabular and graphic form, for the occurrence of reportable diseases/conditions in Florida.
Chronic Disease Publications
Population-Based Health Surveys
The Bureau of Epidemiology administers the following health surveys: the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), the Florida Youth Tobacco Survey (FYTS), the Middle School Health Behavior Survey (MSHBS), the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), and the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). Information from these surveys are used for health planning, program evaluation, and monitoring health objectives within the Department of Health.
The Florida Annual Cancer Report, an epidemiological report series, presents an overview of the burden of cancer in Florida for the top cancer sites and cancer sites of public health importance by geography, stage at time of diagnosis, sex, race, and age group.
A monthly publication of the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology.
An alphabetical list of disease topics.
Florida Community Health Assessment Resource Tool Set (CHARTS)
CHARTS provides information at the county level of health statistics such as births, deaths, disease morbidity, populations, and behavioral risk factors.
Florida's Communicable Disease Frequency Reports(*You must have Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher to view this page)
This system allows you to create frequency reports from communicable disease cases reportable by law to the Florida Department of Health. These reports do not include cases of tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases or HIV/AIDS. Cases can be viewed by total count, age group, diagnosis status (confirmed, probable, or suspect), gender, zip code, or data year.