Nebraska Parkinson’s Registry
The first state to implement a Parkinson’s Registry, Nebraska is able to capture reportable data and identify people with the disease. This is a required action by physicians and pharmacists to report any individual using drugs associated with the treatment of Parkinson’s. Through the registry, we know that more than 14,500 people have been confirmed to be diagnosed with the disease right here in Nebraska. This knowledge can help us offer our resources to help them thrive with this disease. Access to the database is strictly limited to protect patient confidentiality.
To learn more about the Nebraska Parkinson’s Registry, please visit the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services information page here.