This site provides a list of resources for those reporting data to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. You can select a link below to find the various ways data is reported to the Department.
Promoting quality care for children and youth with special health care needs in Wisconsin. This program is responsible for implementing a confidential birth defects registry.
All entities regulated by the Division of Quality Assurance must submit all caregiver misconduct incident reports, regardless of perpetrator.
This site provides a list of resources for those reporting disease data to the Department.
A reporting tool for collecting data for several social service and disability service programs.
Tools and data sets for local program administrators, along with data analysis and decision-making tools to build reports.
For administrators to submit data to analyze a range of topics including service costs, capitation rates, activities, etc.
PPS is a web-based IT system that was developed to help streamline various program functions and tasks.
Wisconsin's Division of Public Health (DPH) has the capability to electronically receive several kinds of data, including data meeting the applicable Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program Meaningful Use standards and specifications.
Resources for nursing home providers regarding the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) and Minimum Data Set (MDS) 3.0.
Certain health and residential care providers are required to report patient deaths attributable to suicide, restraint or psychotropic medication.
Information for partners and providers on how to access and use SAP-SIS to report data to DHS.
This site provides resources for those reporting cancer cases to the Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System.
WEDSS is a secure, web-based system designed to facilitate reporting, investigation, and surveillance of communicable diseases in Wisconsin.
A secure online network from DHS used for integrating the informational resources of the public health system and all public health partners.
Information for hospitals to provide data on trauma patients.
Last Revised: May 2, 2016