Partners and Providers

This page is intended for those who partner, contract or do business with or are licensed by the Department of Health Services (DHS). It is designed for county agencies, tribes, vendors, service, community-based partners, health care providers, contractors, and vital records staff. You can also learn about grant opportunities.

Area Administration is the primary link between the Department and local county human service agencies.
Locate information related to caregivers, including the Wisconsin Caregiver Misconduct Registry, caregiver background checks, and nurse aide training.
The Department works to ensure its contractors, grantees, sub-grantees and other providers prohibit discrimination in employment and service delivery.
Locate information and resources for income maintenance (IM) consortia. IM consortia administer programs like BadgerCare Plus and FoodShare.
Learn about Wisconsin’s Emergency Preparedness Program and Wisconsin’s readiness for events that could pose a risk to the health of residents.
Find resources for partners that help people learn about apply for Wisconsin’s health and nutrition programs like BadgerCare Plus and FoodShare.
Learn about Wisconsin’s public and private health care coverage options that are available and how partners can help individuals get coverage.
The Wisconsin Medicaid EHR Incentive Program provides incentive payments to Eligible Hospitals and Eligible Professionals as they adopt, implement, upgrade, or demonstrate the meaningful use of certified EHR technology (CEHRT).
What is the Medicaid State Plan? The State Plan is the officially recognized statement describing the nature and scope of Wisconsin's Medicaid program. Continue reading... Structure of the State Plan Medicaid was created by the Social Security Amendments of 1965, which added Title 19 to the Social
Volunteers Building Strong, Healthy & Prepared Communities The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is working to improve the health and safety of communities in Wisconsin and across the country. Volunteers donate their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies, as well as promote
Locate all memos issued by the Department of Health Services.
The PCA Portal serves as a secure resource for Wisconsin's public health preparedness and response community, providing: Resources for state and local public health preparedness and response programs Directory of public health emergency preparedness and response partners Statewide and local public

Chapter 153, Wisconsin Statutes, requires that the Department of Health Services assess physicians to support the costs of utilizing health care information for health care quality and safety improvements. The 2015 assessment is $70.00 per physician, covering the assessment period of July 1,...

General Information A number of federal and state programs can help increase access to primary care, dental care, and mental health services for people living in rural and urban communities in Wisconsin where there are shortages of health care providers. The Wisconsin Primary Care Office
On the Public Health Workforce Development website you will find resources about Wisconsin's public health workforce diversity, sufficiency and competency, and information about statewide and national projects to promote workforce development. Status Reports on the Public Health Workforce in
The Department of Health Services, like other state agencies, relies on the Wisconsin State Legislature for oversight, funding and policy direction. The relationship that the Department has with the legislature allows us to carry out our mission to protect and promote the health and safety of the
Wisconsin Statutes section 250.07(1)(a) requires the Department of Health Services to produce a public health agenda (a state health plan) for the people of Wisconsin at least every 10 years. Healthiest Wisconsin 2020 (linked below) represents both a product - a state health plan - and an ongoing
The purpose of Wisconsin’'s statewide trauma care system is to reduce death and disability resulting from traumatic injury by decreasing the incidence of trauma, providing optimal care of trauma patients and their families, and collecting and analyzing trauma-related data (DHS 118.01). Spotlight
The Treatment Intervention Advisory Committee (TIAC) was formed early in 2011 to support the Department of Health Services (DHS) in ensuring quality services are available to the citizens of Wisconsin. Under DHS 107.035 (PDF, 578 KB), the department is charged with determining whether a service is
The Tribal Affairs Office (TAO) assists the Department of Health Services (DHS) in maintaining an effective government-to-government relationship with the eleven recognized Wisconsin Tribal Governments and the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC). The Goal of the Tribal Affairs Office is to:
This site contains monthly schedules for persons who make ability to pay determinations and support recommendations. References for Uniform Fee Information s. 46.03(18) Stats. s. 46.10 Stats. Administrative Code (Chapter DHS 1-Uniform Fee System) Guidelines for Using a Collection Agency under the
Richard Wagner: Portrait of a WEAVR Volunteer Before moving to Wisconsin and working as a school teacher, I had gained a lot of skills in the area of rescue and wilderness medicine. My duties as a park ranger, military trainer, and wilderness guide often included training on how to help people
This page offers information to those who provide services for, or partner with, the local Wisconsin WIC Program and other interested health professionals. Providers and Professionals Forms and Publications Order Form WIC Training Connection WICShare Support Nutrition Data WIC Logo WIC Home Page
The mission of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services' eHealth Program is to facilitate improvements in Wisconsin's health care quality, safety, transparency, efficiency and cost effectiveness through statewide adoption and use of electronic health records (EHR) and health information exchange
Last Revised: February 16, 2015