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GIS Apps to Support Health Information Systems

Presented by Tripp Corbett, NASA Account Manager for Esri, at the 2017 GIS Working Group Annual Meeting.

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GIS Apps to Support Health Information Systems

  1. 1. Join us in March at FedGIS! GIS: An ecosystem of apps to support strengthening of Health Information Systems Tripp Corbett HHS Account Manager Emeritus
  2. 2. What should I know about Esri? A Global CompanyEsri Our Status • Growing, Financially Strong • 5,000+ Employees supporting 300,000+ Customers in 200+ Countries • 42 Offices, 121 Distributors • Over 1700 Partners: 1000+ Domestic, 700+ International Our Work • GIS Software • Technical Support • Educational Services • Professional Services Our Purpose • Serve our Users • Support Employees • Contribute to Society Esri Office Esri Distributor Esri HQ
  3. 3. GIS is a modern platform approach for a healthy community • It’s not same old GIS • It’s not just for analysts • It’s for everyone across your organization and community • Levels of permission and access • Connect programs and departments Prediction Outreach & Education Public Requests Treatment Planning Workforce Management Interventions Monitoring Job Status
  4. 4. Democratization of GIS is expanding access for low resource communities (F)RE(E)SOURCES
  5. 5. ArcGIS Explorer
  6. 6. ArcGIS Earth
  7. 7. ArcGIS APIs & SDKs
  8. 8. ArcGIS Maps for Office
  9. 9. Global Data Hub *Data*
  10. 10. Global Data Hub *Data*
  11. 11. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap
  12. 12. Free Training
  13. 13. Free Training 2
  14. 14. GIS as a means of collaboration (F)RE(E)SOURCES Supported by Central Infrastructure
  15. 15. Community
  16. 16. Health Solutions Templates
  17. 17. Solutions Deployment Tool
  18. 18. Configurable Templates
  19. 19. Crowdsourcing Tools
  20. 20. Operations Dashboards
  21. 21. Open Code (Github)
  22. 22. Open Code+
  23. 23. Global Data Hub
  24. 24. ArcGIS now available to change the world, at a price the innovators can afford RESOURCES available at low cost to NGOs/NPOs
  25. 25. Desktop Imagery & Multidimensional Data Tools
  26. 26. Mobile Apps
  27. 27. Mobile Apps (Drone2Map)
  28. 28. Insights for ArcGIS
  29. 29. ArcGIS Task Creator
  30. 30. ArcGIS-R Python Bridge
  31. 31. ArcGIS Python API
  32. 32. Spatiotemporal Cubes & Emerging Hotspots
  33. 33. Massive Compute (Raster Analytics)
  34. 34. Massive Compute (Vector GeoAnalytics)
  35. 35. Massive Compute (Real-time & Geofencing)
  36. 36. “Through understanding our data, we can better appropriate scarce resources to manage and care for unique populations.” Jefferson McMillan, Medical Informatics Researcher at Children’s National Health Systems
  37. 37. Questions? Tripp Corbett ccorbett@esri.com

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