Visualise populations, identify community resources, enable disease monitoring and connect community stakeholders to maintain healthy communities.
The New York Department of Health prepared for potential Zika virus outbreaks by identifying at-risk populations and clinic locations that would enable effective resource allocation. Discover how health authorities around the world are using GIS to support disease surveillance.
Geographic measures such as the Cardiac ARIA index reflect access to health services across Australia. Discover how geospatial modelling of environmental factors - such as residential proximity to motorways - provides deep insights into spatial influences on health.
The Australia Institute of Health and Welfare's series of 36 dynamic dashboards helps users to understand the prevalence of diabetes, cardiovascular and chronic kidney disease across Australia.
See how vaccination rates are changing daily for each residential aged care facility, thanks to the Department of Health's nationwide map.
Gov Tech Review goes behind-the-scenes of AIHW's award-winning project to map vital suicide and self-harm data and statistics across Australian communities. These insights are used to inform evidence-based support services that save lives.
Looking for the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak?
Access up-to-date information on hotspots, exposure sites, current restrictions and testing locations plus, explore global case studies of GIS technology informing pandemic response and vaccine planning.
Learn how the Voluntary and Community Sector Emergencies Partnership (VCSEP) used GIS to support multi-agency collaboration and streamline more effective pandemic support for citizens across the UK.