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Wisconsin Deaths
Each year mortality data for the Wisconsin resident population is described in this report. It presents statewide and county-specific information on deaths that occurred during the reference year, including the number and rate of deaths overall and by age, sex, and cause. The source of data is death certificates.

Wisconsin Injury Prevention Program
This site provides information on injury prevention programs, and injury data and statistical resources for consumers and health professionals.

WISQARSTM (Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System) is an interactive database system operated by the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control that provides customized reports of injury-related data.

Wisconsin Hospital Association Information Center
WHAIC is contracted to collect, edit, correct, and organize the hospital patient records from each Wisconsin hospital that are required by statute. These records include all inpatient discharges, emergency department visits, ambulatory surgeries, and other hospital outpatient services.

National Injury Data and Resources
This page is maintained by the National Center for Health Statistics and provides links to NCHS reports and databases related to injuries.

WISH—Opioid Module
Interactive query system of Wisconsin Opioid data

WISH—Violent Death Module
Interactive query system of Wisconsin Violent Death Reporting System

National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP)
Syndromic surveillance is the collection of emergency department data to inform public health. It can be used to focus on state and local situational awareness, including hazardous events that could require an intervention. Data can be pulled based on geographic location, demographics, chief complaints, and diagnoses. Wisconsin syndromic data is accessed through BioSense. This cloud-based database offers four management tools that allow for in-depth data manipulation and analysis. Contact BioSense staff for more information on getting access.


Last revised August 3, 2020