Health and human services professionals are benefiting from insights that the power of place brings to their work. Spatial data and geographic information system (GIS) technology can underscore coverage gaps in the populations we hope to reach, the opportunities to improve workflows, and the ability to plan for and mitigate against unforeseen events. Applied GIS leads to improved health outcomes, increased accessibility to health care, and healthier communities.
Strengthening public health preparedness
Industry leaders revisit strategies after COVID-19 and share best practices for this moment.
Esri User Conference | July 12–15, 2021
Instructor-led and self-paced options help health professionals apply best practices and quickly learn ArcGIS software to address public health issues. Esri training consultants provide complimentary planning services to identify the options that will best meet an organization's immediate, short-term, and long-term workforce training needs.