The CalREDIE Provider Portal provides secure access for healthcare providers to electronically submit Confidential Morbidity Reports (CMRs), required by California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 17, Section 2500 directly to Local Health Departments (LHD). To register for CalREDIE Provider Portal access, return a completed CalREDIE Provider Portal User Account Authorization Form to SexualHealth@acgov.org.
In the State of California, health care providers who have diagnosed, or suspect the presence of, a sexually transmitted disease (STD) in their patient are legally required to report that information to the local health department. This form is designed for health care providers to report those diseases mandated by Title 17, California Code Regulation (CCR).
This document provides guidance on how to report a sexually transmitted disease (STD) via the Confidential Morbidity Report (CMR).
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated their STI Treatment Guidelines to provide current evidence-based prevention, diagnostic, and treatment recommendations that replace the 2015 guidance. The recommendations are intended to be a source for clinical guidance; healthcare providers should always assess patients based on their clinical circumstances and local burden.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides tools (e.g., wallcharts, pocket guides, and social media graphics) and recommendations to help healthcare settings improve STD care services.
The National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers (NNPTC) is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to assist clinicians in the United States with the skills, knowledge and experience they need to address and prevent STDs in their patients.
The Clinical Consultation Network is intended to support licensed healthcare professionals and STD program staff with clinical decision support. Advisory consultations are based on information provided by the caller without the benefit of a direct evaluation/examination of the patient, and as such, do not constitute medical advice, are intended to be used only as a guide.