The Health & Economy Dashboard is compiled by the MMAC using a combination of metrics from state public health experts and other organizations. It provides a guide for conditions that would inform a safe re-opening of the economy.

Metrics are based on the current environment and could change over time. These guiding conditions can be weighed alongside other economic and societal considerations.

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What is SE HERC?

In 2014, Wisconsin established seven healthcare emergency readiness coalition regions (HERC) to coordinate how public health, healthcare institutions, and first responder agencies will manage their efforts to enact a uniform and unified response to an emergency, like the current pandemic.

SE HERC includes Kenosha, Fond du Lac, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington, Waukesha and Walworth counties.

THESE GRAPHS ARE INTERACTIVE.

Hover cursor over each graph to view the daily data points.

Updated Thursday, May 28, 2020


CARE

Goal: Hospitals have ability to treat all patients requiring hospitalization without resorting to crisis level of care.

COVID-19 Hospitalizations
Wisconsin ICU Bed Utilization
Wisconsin Ventilator Utilization
(133 Hospitals)
COVID-19 ICU Hospitalizations
SE HERC ICU Bed Utilization
SE HERC Ventilator Utilization
(29 Hospitals)

PPE PRODUCTS

Goal: Adequate PPE available for health care personnel.

Wisconsin hospitals (133) with 7 days less of PPE
SE HERC hospitals (29) with 7 days or less of PPE

CASES

Goal: Downward trajectory of positive tests as a percent of total tests within a 14-day period.

New Positive COVID-19 Cases
% Positive COVID-19 Cases

Testing

Goal: Every Wisconsin resident with COVID-19 symptoms has access to a lab test (85,000/wk).

Wisconsin Laboratory Testing Capacity

Economy

Goal: Expedient and safe restart of the Wisconsin economy.

Wisconsin Unemployment Filings

Source: WI Dept. of Workforce Development

Total Wisconsin Employment from March 14 – May 27 in:
2019 = 46,504
2020 = 603,747


U.S. Weekly Economic Index

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of New York

The Weekly Economic Index (WEI) is a compilation of 10 daily/weekly indicators covering consumer behavior, the labor market, and production. WEI is scaled to expected four-quarter GDP growth.