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Births and Infant Deaths

This page provides access to data dashboards, statistical publications, and other information based primarily on aggregate data from Wisconsin birth records. Wisconsin Stat. ch. 69 mandates the State Registrar in the Department of Health Services (DHS) to supervise and direct the collection of birth data. This statute also requires DHS to issue annual statistical reports based on the data.

In addition to the mandated birth data, some of the publications rely on other data sources, including death records, fetal death reports, and reports of induced terminations of pregnancy. Wisconsin Stat. ch. 69 also governs the collection and use of these kinds of data.

Birth data dashboard topics

Birth overview dashboard

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This dashboard provides an overview of information based on data from Wisconsin birth records.

Birth outcomes dashboard

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Data on this page relies on death records, fetal death reports, reports of induced terminations of pregnancy, and other sources

Characteristics of persons who gave birth dashboard

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Find birth data related to age, education, and fertility rates.

Pregnancy characteristics dashboard

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Find pregnancy rick factor data related to race and age.

Infant mortality dashboard

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Find Wisconsin infant mortality data from 2018 to 2022.

Downloadable data

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Find downloadable Excel documents with birth and mortality rates from 2015 to 2022.

Related links

If you have any questions, please email the Division of Public Health Data Resource Center at

Last revised February 27, 2024