- Tracking a Decade's Progress: Summary Data for Healthiest Wisconsin 2010 (January 2012) (PDF, 636 KB). This report's purpose is to contribute to an assessment of progress made on the HW2010 implementation objectives during the 2000-2010 decade.
- Healthiest Wisconsin 2010: Status Report, 2005. This December 2006 report served as a midcourse review for the 2010 State Health Plan.
Healthiest Wisconsin 2010: A Partnership Plan to Improve the Health of the Public was the Wisconsin state health plan for the decade 2000-2010. The executive summary (PDF, 178 KB) summarizes the plan's vision, mission, goals, objectives and priorities for the public health system partnership through 2010. The complete Healthiest Wisconsin 2010: A Partnership Plan to Improve the Health of the Public (PDF, 821 KB) is also available.
To request a paper copy of either document, please contact Cristina Caputo (Cristina.Caputo@wisconsin.gov) at the Wisconsin Division of Public Health.
The Implementation Plan contained detailed strategies for public health partners working to achieve State Health Plan goals. The Implementation Plan was available as full templates and logic models, and also as a summary publication (PDF, 455 KB).
This special supplemental report to the State Health Plan describes the purpose, process, findings, and recommendations from five Community Stakeholder Forums. The five community stakeholder groups were African American; Hispanic/Latino; Asian/Hmong; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered; and American Indian.
This online system provides access to state-level data for indicators tracking progress toward meeting many of the 2010 objectives. The site was updated twice yearly as new data become available, through data year 2010.
The relationship between leading health conditions and Healthiest Wisconsin 2010 health priorities is depicted in a grid, available as either a read-only document (PDF, 40 KB) or a data file (Excel, 49 KB). The grid shows which health conditions can be expected to decrease in prevalence or severity when a given health priority is addressed.
Division of Public Health
Wisconsin Department of Health Services
P.O. Box 2659
Madison, WI 53701-2659
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