Analytics

WHA Information Center (WHAIC) is increasing analytical services for members and other customers.  WHAIC has the capability to answer questions and support business decisions through data mining, and independent review of methods, analyses and presentation. 

WHAIC has ready access to the hospital and ambulatory surgery center discharge data sets, the Wisconsin Health Information Organization (WHIO) DataMart, and the State of Wisconsin RN Nursing Workforce database.

In addition to any custom reports and analytics, WHAIC also has these data sources available:

  • Relational Data Set
  • Fixed-Width Data Set
  • Annual Survey of Hospitals Data Set
  • Hospital Fiscal Survey Data Set
  • Certified Health Cost Fee Database for WI Worker's Compensation Program
  • Wisconsin DWD Registered Nurse Workforce Data
  • Annual Publications

Fast Facts from the WHA Information Center

WHAIC publishes Fast Facts throughout each month providing knowledge and information to the public regarding common health concerns and outcomes specific to Wisconsin.

Be Safe in the Cold!

With the snow starting to fall, many are getting ready to get outside for some winter fun! When you get outside, be careful, bundle up and stay safe.

WHAIC Insights

WHAIC is increasing analytical services for members and other customers. This storyboard on four types of cancer showcases some of the data and analytical resources available in working with WHAIC.

Wisconsin Had 15,888 COPD Inpatient Admissions

More than 16 million Americans live with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), a lung disease that makes it difficult to breathe. Learn More

Pneumonia Day

World Pneumonia Day is observed on November 12. This day serves as a reminder that pneumonia can strike at any age, anywhere and anytime. It’s commonly a complication of a respiratory infection – especially the flu – but, there are more than 30 different causes of the illness.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer (behind skin cancer) and second leading cause of cancer death (exceeded only by lung cancer) among women in the U.S. About 1 in 8 (12%) women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime.

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men, after skin cancer. Learn more.