Sectors of Focus

  • Health

Disease/Condition Addressed (PI1533)

Describes the diseases/conditions addressed by the organization's products or services provided during the reporting period. Select all that apply:

General: Primary Care
General: Acute or Emergency Care
Specific: Infectious and parasitic diseases
Specific: Infections and parasitic diseases: Tuberculosis
Specific: Infections and parasitic diseases: HIV/AIDS
Specific: Infections and parasitic diseases: Diarrheal diseases
Specific: Infections and parasitic diseases: Childhood cluster diseases
Specific: Infections and parasitic diseases: Malaria
Specific: Infections and parasitic diseases: Tropical-cluster diseases
Specific: Respiratory infections
Specific: Maternal conditions
Specific: Prenatal period
Specific: Nutritional deficiencies
Specific: Malignant neoplasms (cancer)
Specific: Other neoplasms
Specific: Diabetes mellitus
Specific: Endocrine disorders
Specific: Neuropsychiatric conditions
Specific: Sense organ diseases
Specific: Cardiovascular diseases
Specific: Respiratory diseases
Specific: Digestive diseases
Specific: Genitourinary diseases
Specific: Skin diseases
Specific: Musculoskeletal diseases
Specific: Congenital anomalies
Specific: Oral conditions
Specific: Unintentional injuries
Specific: Unintentional injuries: Traffic accidents
Specific: Intentional injuries

Sources: World Health Organization 2004 Global Burden of Disease Report
Reporting format
Metric type
Metric level
Product/Service, Organization
IRIS metric citation
IRIS, 2016. Disease/Condition Addressed (PI1533). v4.0.


Organizations should footnote details about how their products and services address these diseases/conditions. See usage guidance for further information.

Usage Guidance

  • This metric provides an overview of the types of diseases and conditions addressed by organizations operating in the Health sector.
  • Organizations that focus on these disease/conditions but do not provide direct treatment should select the diseases/conditions that their products/services address (for example, an organization that produces and sells vaccines should choose the diseases/conditions to which those vaccines address).
  • Organizations can report on this metric at an organization level (selecting all relevant answer options) or at the specific product/service level (selecting only one disease/condition for the product/service the organization is reporting against).