zero report

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A term used in surveillance systems to designate an unequivocal report that no cases of a designated disease of interest occurred during the reporting period. When correctly implemented, zero reporting is important and valuable because it eliminates the possibility that the report was simply not completed or sent.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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