Syndromic Surveillance Data Submission:
Ventura County Public Health is able to receive electronic syndromic surveillance data from local acute care hospitals through EpiCenter. For more information about EpiCenter, please call: 805-981-5331.
Electronic Laboratory Data Submission:
At this time Ventura County does not have the capacity to receive electronic submission of laboratory data. In order to meet this requirement, go to the California Reportable Disease Information Exchange (CalREDIE) website for guidance on how to submit a test message.
CalREDIE is able to receive electronic transmissions of laboratory data for most of the Title 17 reportable disease list data. Upon submission of a test message, you will receive an electronic acknowledgement from CalREDIE. Please note that eligible professionals ( EP) cannot choose the Electronic Laboratory Reporting requirement to fulfill Meaningful Use.
Immunization Data Submission:
At this time Ventura County is not capable of receiving electronic immunization data, In order to meet this requirement, go to CAIR Central Coast Region VI on the California Immunization Registry (CAIR) website.
Then, you will need to go to the Data Exchange Tech Support page to get the name of the regional Data Exchange representative you should contact in order to submit your test data.
Currently, all regions are able to receive immunization test data. Upon submission of a test message, you will receive a confirmation notice of a successful test message from CAIR. If the CAIR registry is unable to process the test message due to lack of staff capacity, you will be provided with an exclusion notice.