The NEDSS Base System (NBS) is a web-based integrated public health disease surveillance system sponsored by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC). It was developed to provide a NEDSS-standards based system for the secure, accurate, and efficient collection, transmission, and analysis of public health data. It also provides a platform upon which program-specific modules can be built to meet state and program area requirements.
State health departments use the NBS for the surveillance and analysis of notifiable diseases. It supports manual data entry from for a Lab or Medical Provider, Electronic Lab Report (ELR) based data entry, management of Lab and Morbidity data to create investigation, and submission of notifications to CDC.
Advertised as "efficient", but the security and efficiency is sub-par. Poor code quality just like every other web application it contains an insane amount security vulnerabilities. This is typical of a longtime state paid Microsoft tech stack IT Manager who writes a web application and tries to slap oracle behind it. Don't run this code and make it publicly accessible if you're trying to maintain any reasonable level of system security.