NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) –
NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) – Caliper is excited to announce the
release of free updated healthcare map layers. We are providing over
5 million medical and healthcare provider points-of-interest. These
locations can be analyzed with the tools and data already included
with Maptitude, such as counts by health insurance coverage type.
The provision of the entire healthcare landscape in a mapping format
Accountable care and better access to electronic health records are
driving the use of Maptitude mapping software by healthcare
providers to improve the health of their communities (more…).
Maptitude is widely used to better target care interventions, to
reduce readmissions, and to help hospitals qualify for incentives
for service improvement.
The ability and desire to map health data has exploded. Out of the
box, Maptitude 2017 with the U.S. Country Package provides detailed
geographic data for the entire country that includes hospitals,
emergency rooms, and pharmacies. The free addition of comprehensive
healthcare location databases ensures that Maptitude will continue
to be at the forefront of the digital healthcare revolution. The new
healthcare data layers are:
- Healthcare Organizations
- Healthcare Providers
Maptitude allows you to explore doctor, patient, and provider
locations, verify compliance, map service territories, perform
hospital mapping, and conduct health-focused research. If you
have any questions about Maptitude or data availability contact
Caliper Corporation develops
Information Systems (GIS) software. With a focus on
usability, Maptitude is
designed to be a cost-effective, professional
healthcare mapping software product.
Maptitude enables organizations to leverage their location-based
data to improve decision making and planning, while minimizing
expenditure through competitively priced solutions.
“This is awesome mapping
software. We use it to create
heat maps of where our patients
live. This allows us to
intelligently decide where to
add services in our area.”
San Antonio Kidney Disease