The Programs are responsible for monitoring trends in HIV, STDs (chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis), and tuberculosis. Additionally, the Programs are responsible for monitoring and evaluating refugee health, syringe service programs and Ryan White Part B activities throughout Utah. Surveillance activities are coordinated to ensure efficient use of resources and epidemiologic skill. Surveillance staff ensure collection of accurate data, produce summary reports and disseminate information to a variety of stakeholders including the CDC and Utah residents. Surveillance staff are integrated into teams based on disease.

Surveillance activities consist of: 1) case detection 2) case management 3) quality assurance 4) transmission of data to CDC 5) reporting on surveillance trends to various stakeholders 6) monitoring and evaluating administered programs (refugee health, syringe services and Ryan White Part B).

The Programs update various health indicators on Utah’s Public Health Data Resource, the Public Health Indicator Based Information System (IBIS):

Find data publications organized by topic below.


Data Reports

Ryan White Part B

Refugee Health

Data Request Form

The PTC makes every effort to publish relevant and comprehensive data reports to inform the public about UDOH efforts and to provide our community partners with the best data available to inform public health programs. Please review the data made available through IBIS and the published reports. If the data you are looking for is not currently available, please complete and submit the following data request form. The most appropriate PTC staff member will contact you to discuss your data request further.