The Center for Acute Disease Epidemiology (CADE)
What is the Center for Acute Disease Epidemiology?
CADE is a bureau within the Division of Acute Disease Prevention, Emergency Response, & Environmental Health and works to protect and preserve the health and safety of Iowans from infectious diseases through disease surveillance; investigation of acute outbreaks; education and consultation to county, local, and private health agencies on infectious diseases; immunization and vaccine guidelines; treatment after animal bites; and vaccines for international travel.
The center also provides consultation to county and local health agencies on diseases requiring public health intervention, collaborates with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by weekly reporting of nationally reportable diseases, and offers health education opportunities through lectures and organizational seminars.
Diseases can be reported through the following:
- Iowa Disease Surveillance System (IDSS)
- Secure Fax: (515)281-5698
- Phone: 1-800-362-2736
Lucas State Office Building
321 E. 12th St.
Des Moines, IA 50319-0075
CADE routinely monitors over 45 diseases as well as unusual occurrences of disease (outbreaks).
Click here to find information on specific diseases.
Order Printed Materials
Complete this form and submit to CADE. Your order should arrive within two weeks.
IDPH CADE Materials order form
Center for Acute Disease Data and Reports
Monthly Reportable Disease Case Counts
This report contains Monthly, YTD, and 12 Month case counts
This report was previously the monthly report. It contains case counts for the quarter, YTD, and 12 month counts as well as detailed information on select diseases.
Historical Case Counts 1930-2017
Previously the quarterly report
Annual Reports of Iowa Notifiable and Other Diseases
Mosquito and Tickborne Disease Reports
Rabies Surveillance Data
Zika Virus Update
Surveillance Data for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis (Bureau of HIV, STD, and Hepatitis)
HIV/AIDS Statistics and Reports (Bureau of HIV, STD, and Hepatitis)
Hepatitis C Data (Bureau of HIV, STD, and Hepatitis)
Skin infection resources for schools: