Making Place Matter

August 12, 2015

Don’t miss your chance to see how GIS improves every aspect of health and human services

Seismic shifts in public policy and generational leaps in technology have created a new landscape for health and human services. The 2015 Esri Health and Human Services GIS Conference will offer a new perspective on the world of health by exploring the power of place.

This year's event hosted September 14-16 in Atlanta, Georgia, focuses on practical training and best practices to help you thrive in this new world of open data, transparency, and rapidly changing delivery systems. Don’t miss your chance to see how GIS improves every aspect of health and human services, from epidemiology and social services to program administration and facility operations.

Visionaries like Brian R. Jacobs, MD, chief medical information officer and chief information officer at Children's National Medical Center, and Nick Macchione, director of the County of San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency, will provide a 30,000-foot view of the potential of geospatial technology.

You'll also get the chance to dive deep into Esri's latest technology through a series of technical workshops, breakout sessions, and other training opportunities. The result? You'll come away with new goals for your organization, as well as the tools and know-how to achieve them.

What are you waiting for? Check out the agenda and technical workshops. Haven’t registered yet? Secure your spot today. (P.S. Did you know you can register now and pay when you arrive onsite to the conference? Spread the word!)

We can’t wait to host you in Atlanta!