Disease tracking use cases use unified reporting platforms to provides management with a holistic overview of population health conditions across multiple sites and over time. They can be deployed across the general population or for a specific population such as a factory's employees. Disease tracking enables the remote monitoring and supervision of health conditions, as the integration of data inputs from multiple sources, such as IoT devices, applications, corporate policy, and government regulations. Platform typically integrate diagnostic inputs, such as temperature monitoring, with travel history and records from existing systems. Contact tracing may also be used in an epidemic. Dynamic indicators are displayed to inform management and regulators of potential health concerns. The main technologies used are IoT devices (data inputs), cloud-based platforms, APIs that enable integration with existing systems, and end user applications.