Access to health care and services—and improving health outcomes—can be impacted by barriers such as social, racial, economic, and physical factors. Taking these impediments into consideration assists in matching care from providers, health centers, and preventive services to community needs. Location intelligence offers a lens to better understand gaps in accessibility and shows where opportunities to intervene exist. With geographic information system (GIS) technology, you become more population-centric by monitoring and responding to the distinct health care needs of diverse communities. Fuse demographics and location intelligence to better understand what the community needs and where you can best meet those needs.
Citywide health initiative improves lives
Rancho Cucamonga, California, uses GIS to make a positive difference in quality of life and improve how the city engages with residents.