Mapping healthier outcomes

From controlling the spread of Zika virus to identifying the ideal location for a new hospital – health agencies around the world are strengthening their service delivery with insights provided through location-based analytics technology.

By leveraging the element of location, decision-makers are able to map, visualise and explore health data, and uncover new trends and patterns that would otherwise remain hidden.

With location-based analytics technology – commonly known as Geographic Information System (GIS) technology – spending can be prioritised, vulnerable populations can be identified and stronger policy can be developed.

To find out how you can create better health outcomes for patients, stakeholders and the public, contact Esri Australia on 1300 635 196.

Insights

Effective vector-borne disease surveillance and control [copy]
Webinar

Effective vector-borne disease surveillance and control [copy]

Developed for government and health professionals, vector-borne controllers and GIS specialists. Learn how GIS technology can help reduce exposure to and outbreaks of vector-borne disease.

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Modernise your vector control strategy with GIS
Webinar

Modernise your vector control strategy with GIS

A follow-up to Effective vector-borne disease surveillance and control. See how GIS meets the challenges of controlling vector-borne disease outbreaks and costs – improving efficiency and transparency.

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Tools for tackling childhood obesity
Case study

Tools for tackling childhood obesity

With the help of GIS, SA Health is assisting communities afflicted by childhood obesity – introducing facilities and infrastructure that promote healthy eating and physical activity.

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