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  • STD: Information for Health Care Professionals

    … DPH and local health departments to follow-up on STDs which are reportable.  This may mean someone may contact both health care professionals and patients about the status of the patient. …
    • Updated on August 10, 2021.
  • HIPAA: Protecting Your Health Information FAQ

    … or complaint that is reasonably related to the reason for claiming compensation. I have someone who is working on my behalf to help pay my medical bills. Can a hospital billing …
    • Updated on December 22, 2022.
  • IRIS: News

    … in calls asking for sensitive personal or financial information. If you get a phone call from someone you do not recognize or if you are not sure if you should provide information to a …
    • Updated on January 13, 2023.
  • Lead-Safe Wisconsin: Lead Paint Test Kits

    … asks you to use a test kit to find out if lead-safe work practices are needed, consider hiring someone else. A contractor who is following the rules on lead-safe renovation won’t rely on …
    • Updated on November 22, 2022.
  • COVID-19: Early Care and Education Programs

    … or signs of illness. Symptomatic : a person exhibiting symptoms. Quarantine: is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to the virus away from others. Isolation: is used to separate … and staff. According to the CDC, at least 50% of infections are likely contracted from someone that is asymptomatic (showing no symptoms) or pre-symptomatic (not currently showing … body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, and/or sore throat. Test close contacts of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Provide screening testing. This may include testing …
    • Updated on August 16, 2022.
  • CLTS FS Instructions Module 11 - Resources for Certified Screeners

    … notes with correct grammar and spelling will be easier for a subsequent screener or someone reviewing the screen to understand. Previous Notes are Accurat e Every note on a … that led to what was (not) selected on the CLTS FS. Notes answer the question, “How would someone know the information selected on the CLTS FS is correct?” Notes: Include objective … check mark is made. The critical notes address items on the screen that might be questioned by someone else reviewing the screen. This is especially important at the state-level review when …
    • Updated on September 20, 2022.
  • COVID-19: Assisted Living

    … positive for SARS-CoV-2 with a viral test Has symptoms of COVID-19, or Had a known exposure to someone with COVID-19 (or a higher-risk exposure for HCP). Visitors who have met community … of residents or staff with symptoms of COVID-19 and any residents or staff who have had with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Ensure notification to coordinate facility wide testing …
    • Updated on January 11, 2023.
  • Vital Records: Requesting a Vital Record

    … For deaths that occurred less than 50 years ago, you must be a direct descendant or someone with direct and tangible interest to get a copy. What if I don't know all the information … on the record doesn’t have acceptable identification, they can write a statement that allows someone else to apply on their behalf. The written statement should be signed by the person …
    • Updated on December 23, 2022.
  • Self-Management Education: Learn More. Feel Better.

    … (COPD), arthritis, epilepsy, and cancer. The workshop is also available to those who live with someone with a chronic condition. Living Well with Chronic Conditions , also known as Stanford's …
    • Updated on June 16, 2022.
  • WISH Query: Injury-Related Emergency Department Visits (2016+)

    … inclusive of all manners): Unintentional fall-related TBI Unintentional struck by or against someone or something TBI Unintentional motor vehicle-related TBI Assault-related TBI …
    • Updated on December 08, 2022.
  • Healthcare-Associated Infections: About

    … Ask your doctor about how you can quit before surgery. Don't shave before surgery. If someone tries to shave you with a razor before surgery, speak up. Don't let family and friends …
    • Updated on July 05, 2022.
  • IRIS: Participant Information and Partner Agencies

    … to be eligible for IRIS. You might need to be screened again if your condition has changed. Someone from IRIS will meet with you. They will ask about: You and your family. Your caregivers. …
    • Updated on January 09, 2023.
  • COVID-19: Staffing Resources

    … agency working with DHS will not reach out to you. If your facility receives a message from someone claiming to be contracted with Wisconsin DHS and you have not requested to participate in …
    • Updated on February 17, 2022.
  • COVID-19: Immunity

    … COVID-19 is a form of active immunity. By getting sick and recovering from COVID-19. After someone recovers from COVID-19, they develop antibodies that can provide protection against …
    • Updated on December 15, 2022.
  • CLTS FS Instructions Module 7 - School and Work

    … help setting up their task and their task changes several times a day). This person may need someone to help set up the task, but can do the task independently until the next task needs to …
    • Updated on February 02, 2022.
  • Wisconsin Healthiest Families Initiative

    … injuries include those that were purposely inflicted, with the intent to injure or kill someone (including self). Intentional injuries often involve a violent act. Examples include …
    • Updated on January 13, 2023.
  • WISH Query: Injury-Related Emergency Department Visits (2002-2015)

    … inclusive of all manners): Unintentional fall-related TBI Unintentional struck by or against someone or something TBI Unintentional motor vehicle-related TBI Assault-related TBI …
    • Updated on December 08, 2022.
  • WISH Query: Injury-Related Hospitalizations (1995-2015)

    … inclusive of all manners): Unintentional fall-related TBI Unintentional struck by or against someone or something TBI Unintentional motor vehicle-related TBI Assault-related TBI …
    • Updated on December 08, 2022.
  • WISH Documentation: Hospitalizations Resulting from Nonfatal Motor Vehicle Crashes

    … who is receiving health care (i.e., hospitalized) but instead, the behavior was present among someone involved in the crash at the time of the crash. It does not imply that drugs or alcohol …
    • Updated on July 30, 2021.
  • Small Talks: Role Models Make a Difference

    … from their peers. Let them know that you are always there for them when they need a hand or someone to talk with. Offer them support and understanding in a non-judgmental way.   Tie in …
    • Updated on March 07, 2022.
Last revised February 3, 2023