Animal Health Surveillance and Information

Animal Health Surveillance and Information Systems are designed and implemented to solicit, obtain, compile and manage data on animal health and disease and on factors that influence the health status of animals and animal population. Animal Health Surveillance and Information Systems are to provide information to stakeholders with a need, right and obligation to know in order to take action for the maintenance of animal and public health, control and eradication of disease, well-being of animals, profitability of animal industries and animal owners, and for the National and global good. The Committee on Animal Health Surveillance and Information Systems encourages, stimulates and aids the design, development and implementation of such systems; the committee provides a forum for discussion of new developments and facilitates review and oversight of existing systems.

Committee Roster

ECVI Data Standards Subcommittee - Draft Standards (6/2014)

Presentations

2017

2016

2015

2013

Reports

Resolutions

2012

Resolution 6: STATE ANIMAL LABORATORY MESSAGING SERVICE

2011

Resolution 3: UNITED STATES NATIONAL LIST OF REPORTABLE ANIMAL DISEASES

2010

Resolution 5: NATIONAL ANIMAL HEALTH LABORATORY NETWORK INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT

Resolution 6: UNITED STATES NATIONAL LIST OF REPORTABLE ANIMAL DISEASES

2008

Resolution 10: National List of Reportable Animal Diseases Working Group

2007

Resolution 5: Funding and Planning of Integrated and Comprehensive Animal Health Surveillance

Resolution 8: Information Technology Surveillance

Resolution 9: United States National Reportable Disease List

2005

Resolution 13: Global Initiatives in Veterinary Education

Resolution 17: Stakeholder Input on & Communications About Development of Information Systems Within the USDA, AHPHIS, VS

2004

Resolution 07: Federal Funding for the National Animal Health Laboratory Network