Wisconsin Statewide Surveillance Data
Understanding Wisconsin women's experiences before, during, and after pregnancy
Public health surveillance is the continuous collection, analysis, and interpretation of health-related data. Surveillance data is important to help us identify trends and support public health program planning, policy development, and evaluation. Data can also be a starting point for discussions about factors contributing to disparities in birth outcomes.
The Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families works with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and others to collect, analyze, and interpret data related to the health and well-being of pregnant women, mothers, babies, and families in our state.
To take a closer look at data for the LIHF region and in the context of the LIHF initiative's focus areas, please visit the LIHF Data Briefs page.
For any questions about the data presented here, please contact email@example.com.
Wisconsin Infant Mortality Data, 2000-2015
The Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health (WISH) site contains data from a variety of sources about many health indicators in Wisconsin, including infant mortality. You can click the link below to download infant mortality data from 2000-2015 or visit the WISH infant mortality module yourself to find additional information.
- Wisconsin Infant Mortality Data, 2000-2015 (uploaded July 2017)
Wisconsin PRAMS Data Tables, 2012-2013
The data tables below present results from the Wisconsin Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (Wisconsin PRAMS) collected from 2012-2013. The data tables are organized into topic areas. Please click the links below to download the tables for each topic area.
- Health Insurance Before, During, and After Pregnancy (uploaded June 2017)
- Prenatal Care Content and Satisfaction with Prenatal Care (uploaded August 2017)
- Oral Health Care Before and During Pregnancy (uploaded August 2017)
- Stressful Life Events Before, During, and After Pregnancy (uploaded August 2017)