As of February 15th, 2013 the Wisconsin Health Alert Network (HAN) website has been officially retired.
The shut down and retirement of the HAN does NOT affect your access to any other public health information system.
Listed below are links for applications that may be useful to former HAN users.
Wisconsin Public Health Information Network (PHIN) Resources for Former HAN Users
Wisconsin Public Health Partner Communication and Alerting (PCA) Portal
The PCA Portal serves as a secure resource for Wisconsin's public health preparedness and response community. The PCA Portal provides:
Resources and reference materials for state and local public health preparedness and response programs
Statewide and local public health alerting capacity
Directory of public health emergency preparedness and response partners
Secure document repository
Wisconsin Electronic Disease Surveillance System (WEDSS)
WEDSS is a secure, web-based system designed to facilitate reporting, investigation, and surveillance of communicable diseases in Wisconsin. It is designed for public health staff, infection control practitioners, clinical laboratories, clinics, and other disease reporters.
Note: All of the following applications require an active PHIN user account (formally known as HAN user account)
in order to login.
Going forward, all new users will need to follow the registration process
at the PHIN Registration Site.
*** This only applies to users who did not have an active HAN account as of February 15th, 2013. ***
PHIN Analysis, Visualization, and Reporting (AVR) Portal
The Wisconsin Public Health Information Network (PHIN) Analysis, Visualization, and Reporting (AVR) Portal allows access to data documentation and various interactive reports including maps.
Secure Public Health Electronic Record Environment (SPHERE)
SPHERE is designed as a comprehensive public health system to document and evaluate public health activities and interventions at the individual, household, community, and system level.
Wisconsin EHDI - Tracking Referral and Coordination (WE-TRAC)
WE-TRAC supports the goals of the Wisconsin Sound Beginnings program and the national EHDI goals by providing a mechanism for the tracking and reporting of individual, hospital, and statewide aggregate hearing screening data.
Wisconsin Birth Defects Registry (WBDR)
The Wisconsin Birth Defect Prevention and Surveillance Program is responsible for implementing Wisconsin Statute 253.12 (exit DHS) which was enacted in May 2000. This statute calls for the establishment of a confidential birth defects registry comprised of birth defects found in children from birth to two years of age who are diagnosed or treated in Wisconsin by a physician, pediatric specialty clinic or hospital. Reportable conditions occur prior to or at birth and require medical/surgical intervention or interfere with normal growth and development.
If you encounter a problem, please call or email the Wisconsin Help Desk to report the problem.
toll free: (866) 335-2180
Calls to the Wisconsin Help Desk are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Wisconsin Help Desk may not be able to resolve your problem at the time of the initial call. Depending on the nature of the problem, you may be referred to Department of Health Services or Division of Public Health staff for resolution. These staff are available during normal business hours, M-F 7AM to 5PM. All reported problems are tracked through resolution with a problem ticket number.