Attention WBDR Users

Please Note: To meet security standards, PHIN applications do not allow your web browser to store your password. If you have forgotten your password, use the WAMS Account Recovery by clicking on this link to it.

Welcome to the WBDR online entry application. This application is for the use of physicians, clinics and hospitals reporting birth defects to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Maternal and Child Health Program, as per s. 253.12 Wisconsin Statutes.

The WBDR uses the State of Wisconsin User ID system - Web Access Management System (WAMS) .

In order to access WBDR and the Public Health Information Network (PHIN) you must get a Wisconsin User ID and Password by clicking here. Then, use your Wisconsin User ID and Password to register for the PHIN. After you register for the PHIN, contact the help desk by e-mail and request access to the WBDR website. The website administrator will send you a user agreement to fill out, sign and return. When the user agreement has been received, you will be added to the WBDR website as an approved user and will receive an e-mail with brief information on how to begin reporting. Click here for more information and help with commonly encountered problems.

Enter your Wisconsin User ID (WAMS ID) here.

If you encounter problems, please call or email the Department of Health Services (DHS) IT Service Desk to report the problem and provide notification to WBDR support staff. The Service Desk will not resolve any problems at the time of the initial call. All reported problems are tracked through resolution with a problem ticket number.

Calls to the Service Desk are answered during normal business hours (7am to 5pm, M-F, excluding State holidays) and automatically transferred to another service desk during non-business hours.

Contact Information:
(608) 261-4400
(866) 335-2180 - toll free
1-888-845-4160 - TTY
Email: helpdesk@wi.gov
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