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For Researchers

Work with Us

We are excited to work with researchers to reduce disparities and improve health across Wisconsin and the nation.

The following types of projects may be suitable:

  • partnering with us to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to reduce disparities in Wisconsin
  • developing evidence-based approaches (e.g., risk-stratification, predictive models, machine learning, artificial intelligence) to target interventions that decrease disparities
  • understanding disparities in one of the largest statewide repositories of electronic health records in the nation and a statewide all-payer claims database

Researchers may be interested in:

  • Preliminary data for grant submissions with a disparities focus
  • Participation in disparities collaborative working groups that include other researchers with expertise in disparities, clinical care delivery, population health, health services research, patient-reported outcomes, implementation science, and more
  • Collaboration on grant submissions and funded grants

Researchers interested in using Healthy Metric resources in their studies should contact us to discuss:

Data Resources

We have several data resources available to researchers, including those listed below.


Electronic health record data for over 4 million patients from 65% of Wisconsin primary care providers and 35 health systems


Health insurance claims data for over 4 million Wisconsinites from commercial, Medicaid, and Medicare Advantage plans

  • Includes inpatient, emergency, outpatient, rehabilitation, home care, and pharmacy claims
  • Learn more at:


For more information, email us at: