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  • COVID-19: Diagnosed

    … if you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines or if you haven’t had close contact with someone with COVID-19. You should also get tested for COVID-19 as soon as possible if you have …
    • Updated on August 24, 2022.
  • 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.
  • OBVI: Diabetic Retinopathy

    … eyes? If you are among the 10 million people in the United States who have diabetes - or if someone close to you has this disease - you should know that diabetes can affect the eyes and …
    • Updated on November 05, 2021.
  • 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.
Last revised January 30, 2023