Gathering credible evidence to make programmatic decisions is an important component in assessing and evaluating health outcomes and reaching immunization goals and objectives. The Wisconsin Immunization Program utilizes a goal-based evaluation model, which uses predetermined program goals as standards for evaluation. These predetermined goals are outlined in these documents:
Data collected through these efforts include both primary and secondary data sources. Each method comes with advantages and disadvantages depending on the content of the data collection. Through collaboration efforts with our partners and stakeholders, we can identify gaps and challenges and work together to find solutions to meet immunization goals and objectives.
Vaccination coverage rates
Unless otherwise specified, the data source for the immunization rates presented below is the Wisconsin Immunization Registry.
- Adolescent series, by county (PDF, 151 KB)
- Adolescent series, by region (PDF, 98 KB)
- Map - 1 dose Tdap vaccine (PDF, 355 KB)
- Map - 1 dose HPV vaccine (PDF, 360 KB)
- Map - 3 doses HPV vaccine (PDF, 366 KB)
- Map - 1 dose Meningococcal vaccine (PDF, 360 KB)
- Map - up to date with Meningococcal vaccine (PDF, 360 KB)
Vaccine-preventable disease reports
- Selected vaccine-preventable diseases reported, 1978-2014 (PDF, 60 KB) (data source: Wisconsin Electronic Disease Surveillance System)