Health Datapalooza 2013: Apps Expo Health Landscape

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APPS EXPO LIVE DEMOS
Monday June 3, 2013 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: Ambassador Ballroom
The Community Data Portal (CDP) gives health care and community organizations the ability to easily analyze and share tabular, graphical, and geospatial displays of community indicators. It also enables within-region comparisons of counties, cities, neighborhoods, and other custom geographies. The CDP provides a powerful, interactive, user-friendly, and customizable webbased tool for organizations to share their data with the public, and is complemented by Health Landscape’s existing rich library of health and social determinants of health data. Tool configuration and data management are controlled entirely by the client, allowing them to update datasets and add additional indicators whenever the need arises.

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Health Datapalooza 2013: Apps Expo Health Landscape

  1. 1. Community Data PortalBuilt By
  2. 2. What happens when you have . . . Multiple“Health of the Community” / “CommunityReport Card” reports by multipleorganizations over many years• Inconsistent Quality• No Standard Measures or Definitions• Time Consuming (staff time, volunteers fromcommunity)• Costly (personnel, printing, distribution)• Largely unusable and unused• This happens in nearly EVERY City orMetropolitan Area
  3. 3. FEATURE OVERVIEWCommunity Data Portal
  4. 4. The Community Indicators Data Portal is a web-basedapplication designed to be deployed on the client’s website, with the client in control of data and visuals. Themanagement tools have been designed to allow the clientcomplete or partial control, depending on their comfort level.5
  5. 5. The basic Map View includes a detailedlegend and full thematic control by thesite visitor.6
  6. 6. The Paired Map View gives a side-by-side view of twoindicators, regardless of geography (this map comparescounty and census tract data), with visual bindingbetween each map (mouse movement on one mapproduces visual cues on the second).
  7. 7. Paired Map Views with area data and point data(addresses) automatically combine the map into a singleview.
  8. 8. The Data Table shows all relatedcommunity indicators, with an exportto CSV functionality
  9. 9. The Chart View contains ascrollable bar chart of theselected indicator. Sitevisitors can sort the chart byarea or chart value.
  10. 10. The bar chart can accommodatedozens or even hundreds ofcomparison areas.
  11. 11. The Graph View showstrends, where appropriate.
  12. 12. The application can also be used to disseminate nationaldata, as shown with these Health Referral Region datafrom the Institute of Medicine.
  13. 13. The data management tools give the clientcomplete control of new and reviseddata, as well as all text, data formatting andrelated metadata.
  14. 14. DEVELOPMENT ROADMAP &COMMERCIALIZATION STRATEGYCommunity Data Portal
  15. 15. Development Roadmap2010 2011 2012 2012 & 2013Original CommunityIndicators Data Portalreleased as a stand-alone application thatread and displayedlocal CVS filesMigration & Integrationof the CommunityIndicators Data Portaltools into the existingHealthLandscapeplatform.Client sites inCincinnati and NorthCarolina launched onJune 1, 2012Community DataPortal wins awards atHHS Data Conferencein Washington DC andESRI InternationalUser conference inSan DiegoSpatial comparison oftwo communityindicators; Data API fordata sharing andancillary applicationdevelopment; Detailedability to controlvisualization (maps,charts, graphs) ofincomplete datavalues;Coming in 2013: Data drill-downs allowing the user to filter by data subgroups, ifavailable; Improved portal legend visualizations; and Improved visibility / clustering onmaps that include a large number of points (or points that are spatially near to oneanother)
  16. 16. http://www.healthlandscape.org/API/DataPortal/siteId=CIDP_IOMHRR_Editor
  17. 17. Facts Matter. Cincinnati, Ohio
  18. 18. North Carolina Community Health Information Portal.
  19. 19. OKN Data Portal. Halton, Canada
  20. 20. Community Data Portalwww.CommunityLandscape.orgwww.HealthLandscape.orgBuilt By

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