The Wisconsin Hospital Association Information Center (WHAIC) is the Trusted Source for Health Care Data

March 12, 2019

Since 2003, our vision has been to help health care stakeholders in Wisconsin turn data into actionable insights that enable timely and reliable decision-making. As a wholly owned subsidiary of the Wisconsin Hospital Association, WHAIC has a strong heritage of meeting the ever-changing, broad-based needs of health care stakeholders statewide. From helping hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers submit data in compliance with state mandates—to providing data sets, tools, reports and analytic services to health care providers and patients—WHAIC remains committed to serving our customers and maximizing the value that can be realized from Wisconsin’s health care data.

The WHAIC team is dedicated, innovative and has the passion and expertise that a committed health care data program demands. We have years of experience helping health care stakeholders throughout Wisconsin meet their data and analytics challenges, and we continue to develop our products and services to meet the changing needs of our customers.

The WHA Information Center is dedicated to collecting, analyzing and disseminating complete, accurate and timely data and reports about charges, utilization, quality and efficiency provided by Wisconsin hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and other health care providers. 

WHAIC can help you:

Quickly turn data into actionable insights for timely and reliable decision-making with our visualization tools, dashboards, reports and custom analytics.
Leverage your existing data platform and analytics investment by providing our raw data sets in easy-to-use formats.
Realize the benefits of a dedicated data program with tools and services that supplement your existing resources and infrastructure—even if you have none.
Analyze data to evaluate health care services, patient populations, utilization, staffing, financial and market performance and much more!

For more information, contact WHAIC Vice President and Privacy Officer Jennifer Mueller.

This story originally appeared in the March 12, 2019 edition of WHA Newsletter