How to Access the Analysis, Visualization and Reporting System (AVR)
The Wisconsin Environmental Public Health Tracking Program (WI
EPHT) provides data to local health departments through the Analysis,
Visualization and Reporting System (AVR). The AVR is a part of the
Wisconsin Public Health Information System.
The AVR, also called the secure website, contains the
same data topics that are on this public website, but has the added
capability of customizing the data with filters, sorting, and visual
displays. In addition, confidential datasets can be requested for
viewing through this system.
Once you get access, you can view a recorded
on how to customize the county environmental health profiles through the
How to Obtain Access
Get a WAMS account. Obtain a personal Wisconsin Access
Management System User ID (a.k.a. WAMS User ID). To create
your unique User ID and password you must register through
the Wisconsin Web Access Management System (WAMS) - https://on.wisconsin.gov/WAMS/SelfRegController.
(This two-part process involves requesting a Wisconsin User
ID and password and activating your account once you receive
a confirmation email, so you need to wait for the email that
tells you to activate your account.)
If you do not have a HAN account, then register as a Public
Health Information Network (PHIN) member. To register as a
PHIN member, go to https://phin.wisconsin.gov/phin/mod_logn/index.jsp.
Use your WAMS UserID and password to login. Enter your
contact information. Once registration is complete, an
option to Send Email Request for Authorization will appear.
Check the box for "PHIN Analysis, Visualization, and
Reporting System." Within four days, you will receive access
and a confirmation email. Skip to step 3.
If you have a HAN account, then email DHSWiPHIN@wisconsin.gov
and request access to the AVR and EPHT tab. Within four
days, you will receive access and a confirmation email.
Go to the AVR to login. Once you receive a confirmation
email, go to https://avr.wisconsin.gov. Type in your WAMS ID
Flow Chart for Accessing the AVR
A flow chart is available to help you understand the steps in
access to the AVR.
January 27, 2014