Where someone lives impacts how they live. Track your patients’ place history to determine if environmental and industrial hazards put them at risk for certain types of diseases. Diagnose the root cause of community health issues and plan steps to mitigate them. Take advantage of location to derive better insights about the health of your patients and your community.
See how the places you’ve lived and worked may contribute to your personal health risks.
Map, identify, and raise awareness about environmental and social hazards that might impact your community.
Overlay disease and hazard data to test different hypotheses and analyze correlations between potential causes and outcomes.
Build interactive web apps that let people interactively explore their place history. Create maps of common health hazards and reveal startling patterns about the incidence of heart attacks, diabetes, and other issues.
Learn more about ArcGIS Online.
Unlock sanitized data about patients that can contribute to medical research into geographically linked illness. Create portals that catalog the health of your community and compare them to authoritative data from public and private partners.
Learn more about ArcGIS Open Data.
Drill into demographic information about people in your community to detect relationships between disease and social or genetic factors. Create reports that summarize the common characteristics of people with symptoms.
Learn more about Community Analyst.
DISCLAIMER: This site does not store any personally identifying information and does not provide any form of medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. This application does not suggest a causal link between any of the datasets presented. The intention is only to present some of the data about geography as it relates to human health.