Redlands, California—August 08, 2011—Todd Park, chief technology officer for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), will headline the Esri Health GIS Conference scheduled for September 7–9, 2011, in Washington, D.C.
Park will discuss how incentives in the health care system are shifting to reward improvements in quality, health, and value, and how key information to power these improvements is being liberated at multiple levels. He will also talk about the growing ecosystem of innovators who are embracing the historic opportunity to help reinvent American health care and improve health.
The Esri Health GIS Conference offers attendees the opportunity to discover cutting-edge geospatial tools, network with peers across the health continuum, and gain perspective from industry leaders. The event is open to professionals in public health, hospitals, health systems, human services, and academic health and research.
Technical sessions at the 2011 Esri Health GIS Conference will include
Spatial Pattern Analysis: Mapping Trends and Clusters
Modeling Spatial Relationships Using Regression Analysis
Spatial Statistics: Best Practices
Working with Temporal Data in ArcGIS
Web GIS—Leveraging ArcGIS Online and Web Viewers
Routing with ArcLogistics and Location—Allocation with Network Analyst
Regular registration for the 2011 Esri Health GIS Conference includes all scheduled sessions, refreshment breaks, the GIS Solutions EXPO and social, Map Gallery, Academic Health Fair, networking luncheons, and Health User Group Meeting.
The deadline for reduced-cost standard registration is August 19, 2011. Late and on-site registration is also available.
For more information, visit esri.com/healthgis.
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