The provider types listed below are regulated by the Wisconsin Division of Quality Assurance (DQA).
We provide information for staff and management of these providers, such as:
- Rules and regulations.
- Publications and other resources.
Consumers can find a provider and view survey results with a Provider Search. Learn more by referring to our Consumer Guide: Find a Health Care Provider or Facility.
- Adult Day Care Centers
- Adult Family Homes
- Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment Programs
- Ambulatory Surgery Centers
- Clinical Laboratories (including alcohol analysis)
- Community-Based Residential Facilities
- Corporate Guardianship
- End Stage Renal Disease
- Facilities Serving People with Developmental Disabilities, also known as intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IID)
- Home Health Agencies
- Mental Health Treatment Programs
- Nursing Homes
- Outpatient Rehabilitation Facilities
- Pain Clinics
- Personal Care Agencies
- Residential Care Apartment Complexes
- Rural Health Clinics
- Traumatic Brain Injury Care Units
- Ventilator Care Units
Regulation for clinics
DQA doesn’t regulate free-standing outpatient clinics and urgent care centers unless they are under a hospital’s Medicare number. If you are opening a clinic, please work with your local municipality and/or the Department of Safety and Professional Services. They can help you with any building or clinician professional licensure and credentialing.
If you have questions, please select the appropriate link from the list above. From there, you’ll find contact information for that provider type.
If you feel a caregiver or provider has violated state or federal laws, you can file a complaint.
Any other questions?
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call 608-266-8481.