NEDSS Base System (NBS)
The NEDSS Base System (NBS) is an electronic disease reporting and case management platform supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. On January 1, 2019 the Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Tuberculosis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and Viral Hepatitis programs at the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) transitioned their individual electronic disease surveillance and monitoring systems to the centralized NBS system.
All updates regarding the new system can be found on this page, including general information about the NBS system and disease/condition specific information for users. Please be sure to check back here for additional resources and future training videos.
A training video was created for local health departments and can be viewed below. If after viewing the training video and user guide you still have questions, please call your ERC District Field Epidemiologist or the ERC at 317-233-7125 for additional assistance.
Infection Preventionist and Other Reporter Trainings
A training video was created for infection preventionists and other reporters and can be viewed below. If after viewing the training video and user guide you still have questions, please call your ERC District Field Epidemiologist or the ERC at 317-233-7125 for additional assistance.
General Training Documents
Disease/Condition Specific Training Documents
NEW! Indiana NBS Lead Case Management Module User Guide **Updated 8/13/2020**
General Training Videos
When you open this video, the screen will display the message, “There is no content to view.” Viewers should click on the play button on the bottom left of the screen and the video will start to play. There is a long pause at the beginning of the videos, so please be patient.
Disease/Condition Specific Training Videos
Enteric Investigations in NBS (Note: There was a delay in starting the recording so this link is missing the first minute of the webinar.)
NBS Questions by Program
TB – Kelly White – Kewhite@isdh.in.gov
ERC – Field epidemiologists or Ali Snivley – firstname.lastname@example.org
Viral Hepatitis B and C – Brittany Gross - email@example.com
Lead Case Management - Sue Henry - firstname.lastname@example.org and Teresa Kirby - email@example.com
Page last updated: March 10, 2022