The Tracking Program provides information communities can use to improve their health. This information comes from a nationwide network that integrates health data and environmental data. CDC's Tracking Program has laid the foundation of this national system by providing grants to state and local health departments.
CDC funds health departments in 23 states and 1 city to build and implement local tracking networks. These state and local data systems feed into the national Tracking Network. Previous projects by these grantees have improved information technology through better infrastructure, expanded environmental public health tracking capacity, and trained public health workers. Most importantly, grantees have developed better ways to make information accessible on the Tracking Network to those who need it to take action, such as policy makers and public health officials.
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Tracking Hot Topics
- Consumer's Guide to Radon Reduction
- EPA's Map of Radon Zones
- Emergency Preparedness and Response: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning After a Disaster
- Carbon Monoxide Toolkit
- CDC's Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention
- Carbon Monoxide Communication Tools
- Tracking Fellowship Milestone
- View our Tracking Success Stories to learn how Tracking is making a difference across the U.S.