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  • Underlying Cause of Death - 113 Categories

    … Bronchus And Lung C33-C34 162 Malignant Melanoma Of Skin C43 172 Malignant Neoplasm Of Breast C50 174-175 Malignant Neoplasm Of Cervix Uteri C53 180 Malignant Neoplasms Of Corpus Uteri …
    • Updated on December 22, 2015.
  • Washington County: Public Health Profiles

    • Updated on December 05, 2019.
  • WISH: Underlying Cause of Death - 50 Categories

    … Underlying Cause of Death - 50 Categories Broad Cause ICD-10 Code ICD-9 Code Salmonella infections A01-A02 002-003 …
    • Updated on July 05, 2020.
  • MMHI: Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center

    … The Mendota Juvenile Treatment Center (MJTC) is a secure mental health treatment facility. It opened in 1995 to serve boys who do not respond to the rehabilitation … typically don't respond well in such an environment. The premise of the MJTC approach is that treatment should do more than just provide youth with challenging behaviors and serious mental …
    • Updated on February 08, 2023.
  • Alcohol: Attributable Deaths by County Dashboard

    … Alcohol deaths
    • Updated on October 28, 2021.
  • WISH: Definitions - Violent Death Module

    … Division of Public Health, Injury Prevention Program. Blunt instrument: A mechanism of death resulting from being struck or crushed by blunt instruments such as a club or bat. County … included in the module reflect deaths that occurred in Wisconsin. Drowning: A mechanism of death resulting from submersion in water or other liquid. Fall: A mechanism of death resulting from a fall, push, or jump from a high place. Firearm: A device that launches a …
    • Updated on July 06, 2020.
  • Wisconsin Violent Death Reporting System

    … Deaths were included in the Wisconsin Violent Death Reporting System if the following criteria were met: Manner of death was suicide, homicide, legal intervention, terrorism, unintentional firearm, or of undetermined intent; and Cause of death (underlying or contributing) was coded as one or more of the following ICD-10 external …
    • Updated on July 06, 2020.
  • COVID-19: Wisconsin Cases and Deaths

    … Wastewater Monitoring We examine the number of reported confirmed and probable cases and deaths to understand the spread and effect of COVID-19. Please use the latest version of Google … day when a case or death was first reported, rather than affecting the current daily cases or deaths. The new historical data file behind this improved method is available for download in the … the definition of confirmed and are not included in the number of confirmed cases. COVID-19 Deaths: Unless otherwise specified, COVID-19 deaths reported on the DHS website are deaths among …
    • Updated on May 31, 2023.
  • Substance Use: Drug Overdose Deaths Dashboard

    … View the dashboard to see rates and trends on drug-related deaths in Wisconsin. The data includes information on deaths related to opioids, heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine. Filter the dashboard data by drug, location, or other demographic information.  Wisconsin Drug Overdose Deaths
    • Updated on November 13, 2022.
  • Client Rights: Admitting Minors to Inpatient Treatment

    … for admitting children to inpatient developmental disability, mental health, or substance use treatment. We provide general guidance below on these rules. This guidance is not legal advice. May a child agree to inpatient treatment without a parent or legal guardian’s consent? Developmental disability If the child needs inpatient treatment for a developmental disability, they may not agree to it without a parent or legal …
    • Updated on April 08, 2022.
  • Client Rights: Admitting Minors to Outpatient Treatment

    … for children to receive outpatient developmental disability, mental health, or substance use treatment. We provide guidance below on these rules. This is not legal advice. Can a child receive outpatient treatment without a parent’s or legal guardian’s consent? A child can receive outpatient alcohol … to review the parent’s or guardian’s refusal to consent. The petition must contain the same things required for the review by the mental health review officer. If the child refused consent, …
    • Updated on April 04, 2022.
  • Aging Office Contact for Washington County

    … Tammy Anderson, Director ADRC of Washington County 333 East Washington St., #1000 West Bend, WI 53095 262-335-4497 262-335-4717 Fax …
    • Updated on November 22, 2022.
  • MMHI: Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)

    … The Program of Assertive Community Treatment or PACT uses a team approach to provide comprehensive, community-based psychiatric treatment, rehabilitation, and support. The model of care is designed for people that have a very … 24-hour staffing with professionals from multiple specialties to provide intensive care and treatment. Staff supported PACT participants in their homes, on the job, and in social settings. …
    • Updated on November 20, 2022.
  • Infection Prevention Breach Notification and Support

    … The Department of Health Services reminds health care providers that infection control breaches with the potential to expose patients to blood or bodily fluids may result in citations …
    • Updated on November 29, 2022.
  • Regulations: Reporting of Client/Patient/Resident Death

    … Reporting requirements Under Wisconsin statutes, a program or facility must report the death of a client/patient/resident to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) if there is cause to believe that the death was related to: The use of a physical restraint or seclusion. The use of one or more … suspected suicide. Report within 24 hours DHS must receive notification within 24 hours of the death or learning of the death of a client/patient/resident. Complete the form To notify DHS, …
    • Updated on March 07, 2023.
  • Mental Health Treatment Programs: Certification Information

    … or Recertification in the table below for application information for each mental health treatment program.  Certification may be required prior to an entity receiving reimbursement … Drug Abuse (AODA) information, visit AODA Programs: Certification Information . Mental Health Treatment Programs Wis. Admin. Code Chapter/Section Program Certification Type DHS 34 Mental … Assurance, Behavior Health Certification Section at 608-261-0656. DHS 40 Mental Health Day Treatment Services for Children Initial Certification Recertification DHS 50 Mental Health, Youth …
    • Updated on January 27, 2023.
  • Mental Health Treatment Programs: Provider Information

    … Division of Quality Assurance Information Certification information for Mental Health Treatment programs e-SOD/e-POC Provider Information Survey Guide: AODA and Mental Health Program … (PDF) List of Wisconsin individuals certified for third-party billing for mental health treatment (PDF) These are counselors and other professionals who have completed the necessary …
    • Updated on March 21, 2023.
Last revised June 1, 2023