We are pleased to publish the announcement of a relevant Seminar from the guys at Esri.com, who do the ArcGIS mapping software. Now you can see the problem areas of Coronavirus – on a place near you. Or hopefully not near. And you can plan accordingly. Robby Deming, their Senior Media Strategist writes to us:
“I wanted to let you know about an opportunity to connect with Esri’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Este Geraghty about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) mapping and analysis.
As part of Esri’s Healthcare Information Technology 2020 Webinar Series, Dr. Geraghty will be leading a live webinar on April 23 from 10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. (PDT) entitled “Informing Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Response with Location Intelligence.” Dr. Geraghty will provide an overview of mapping and data resources Esri is providing to public and private organizations impacted by COVID-19 and will detail a prescriptive, five-step plan for communities to assess their local vulnerability. Dr. Dora Barilla from Providence St. Joseph Health will share some of her organization’s experiences with managing COVID-19 and discuss the importance of mapping and location intelligence during a pandemic.
The webinar will also include a Q&A between Dr. Geraghty, Dr. Barilla, and attendees.
You are invited to register online for this free webinar.”
At a time when relevant and accurate news on this topic, is surprisingly rare, the concept of how we handle in various different ways, our hot spots of epidemic, is important. Worth a listen.
The Link is; https://www.esri.com/en-us/landing-page/corporate-programs/2020/health-information-technology-covid-19-location-intelligence-webinar-?adumkts=dpm&aduse=health_human_services&aduin=public_health&aduc=email&adum=list&aduSF=outlook&utm_Source=email&aduca=mi_himss_20&aduco=informing_covid_with_li&adut=973217_media&aduat=event_registration&adupt=awareness&sf_id=7015x000000iRNVAA2