Online GIS and the
Future of Innovative Healthcare
Bern Szukalski

Brenda Wolfe

bszukalski@esri.com

bwolfe@esri.com

@be...
In the beginning…
Internet, Web
Standards, regulations
Social media
Mobile devices

Data, data harvesting
Organizations
Changing the ways we...
Health & Human Services Challenges
Geography & Location | Context for where, why, and how
From

I think
to

I understand

Geographic Understanding

GIS helps us integrate and
apply our knowledge
For Geographic Understanding
Applications, data, services, APIs
For professionals, knowledge
workers, developers, consumer...
ArcGIS Supports Multiple Patterns
Leveraging Common Computing Architecture

File Based

Database Centric

Server Centric

...
ArcGIS Supports the Enterprise
Knowledge
Workers

Executive
Access

Public
Engagement

Work
Anywhere

Enterprise
Integrati...
ArcGIS – A Web GIS
For Mapping, Analyzing, and Managing Geographic Information
ArcGIS – Accessible from Any Client
Desktop

Web

Device
ArcGIS – Powered by Services

Server

Online Content
and Services
ArcGIS – Organizes Content and
Manages Access

Portal
ArcGIS Is a Platform
Enabling Web GIS Everywhere
Desktop

Web

Device

Portal

Server

Online Content
and Services

Availa...
Apps

Files, Spreadsheets
Documents

Maps

3D Scenes
Live Feeds & Sensors

Imagery
GIS Services
Social Media
Deliver information in many ways
Content and Services
Tapestry Segmentation
Elevation
Terrain
Oceans

Geocoding
Streets

Dynamic Imagery

Places

Demograph...
Analysis and Geoprocessing
Time Animations
Data Summarization
Location Analysis
Terrain Analysis
Raster Analysis
Data Enri...
Apps and Story Maps
Multiple Devices
Map Tour
Focused Apps
Public Access
Responsive
Configurable
Story Maps
Live Data
Deci...
Location Analytics

Enterprise Systems

Demographics
MicroStrategy
SAP Business Objects
Spreadsheets
Microsoft Office
Repo...
Platform for geomedicine
Urban Development
Radon Risk

Groundwater
Monitoring

Medicare Costs

New Jersey

Homeless Popula...
What we’ll cover today
What’s Possible using Online GIS
Reach new users
Make new discoveries
Get the right answer
Open up understanding
Online GIS and the Future of Innovative Health Care
Online GIS and the Future of Innovative Health Care
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  • Demands on our health industry are constantly changing; from best facility placement, managing costs, and doing more with less to provide higher quality care more efficiently. GIS can enlighten data, decrease costs, and be used to make better decisions. GIS is also evolving rapidly, and is a complete platform that can serve many needs, for many different people in your organizations. Learn how GIS is evolving to help deliver productivity, efficiency and insight to the health industry, and how it can turn “I think” into “I understand.”
  • And that’s what ArcGIS is really about. It’s a platform that enables us to gain geographic understanding. Years ago when I first entered the doors of ESRI, one could clearly describe ArcGIS as software that was installed on a computer – a very large minicomputer at the time. But ArcGIS has evolved well beyond that. It’s not a single piece of software – rather it’s a combination of many different kinds of applications intended for many kinds of users – for individuals collecting data in the field, for developers building apps for public consumption, for organizations of all kinds, and for governments.This platform supports a wide variety of uses in many different ways – via the cloud, on desktops, through servers, and on mobile devices.All of these components work together to provide a broad and deep platform for gaining geographic understanding, and sharing it with others. It’s a complete ecosystem that we can leverage for our geodesign work.
  • Recently someone told me a story about an executive – a decision maker – they had talked to. They were involved in far-reaching planning decisions, with long-term implications. When asked about whether those decisions would achieve success, or would achieve the intended goals, the person responded – well, we think so.Geography is a science and unifying concept that integrates many forms of disparate data to create an understanding of our world.While uncertainty is sometimes inevitable, what we want to do is gain geographic understanding. It’s what we, as GIS users, believe in and strive for. We want to turn “I think” into “I know” or “I understand.”
  • And that’s what ArcGIS is really about. It’s a platform that enables us to gain geographic understanding. Years ago when I first entered the doors of ESRI, one could clearly describe ArcGIS as software that was installed on a computer – a very large minicomputer at the time. But ArcGIS has evolved well beyond that. It’s not a single piece of software – rather it’s a combination of many different kinds of applications intended for many kinds of users – for individuals collecting data in the field, for developers building apps for public consumption, for organizations of all kinds, and for governments.This platform supports a wide variety of uses in many different ways – via the cloud, on desktops, through servers, and on mobile devices.All of these components work together to provide a broad and deep platform for gaining geographic understanding, and sharing it with others. It’s a complete ecosystem that we can leverage for our geodesign work.
  • ArcGIS supports multiple implementation patterns, and these patterns leverage all the popular computing architectures, the desktop with file-based systems, client server with datacentric things, and servercentric work. And now this emerging pattern of web GIS.
  • This web GIS environment supports the entire organization or the entire enterprise. It makes mapping in GIS available to everyone. It supports, of course, the GIS professional. But their role, their support mechanism, is also changing. This architecture not only transforms what GIS does in the organization, it also affects the role of GIS professionals at the same time, being the supporters, being the enablers, being the custodians, being the quintessential people within organizations across the organization.
  • ArcGIS is now a web GIS. It does the same things that Roger Tomlinson talked about in 1960. It makes maps. It analyzes data. It manages information, but it's in a far simpler form as you will see. It's integrated all the pieces, and it's also open.
  • This environment is accessible from any client, desktop, web, or device.
  • It's fed by, or powered by, services like your servers or services coming from the cloud like maps or models or other sorts of things.
  • It is all about organizing the content, managing access. Portal for ArcGIS is a new extension that comes with 10.2, but this extension already lives inside of ArcGIS Online for organizing content and allowing sharing of it.
  • Altogether, these pieces represent a platform, enabling web GIS everywhere, not only in the cloud. The cloud is very exciting. People talk a lot about it, but there are also constraints there. With Portal for ArcGIS, all of the cool ArcGIS Online stuff that many of you have been attracted to will now be implementable on-premises on your site.
  • ArcGIS Online is probably the biggest thing to happen to the ArcGIS platform in recent years. And it’s still evolving rapidly. ArcGIS Online has evolved from a simple framework for sharing data, to a deeply integrated and integral cloud component of ArcGIS.It leverages the cloud – hosted services, online storage, dynamic web maps, and more – to provide a new pattern for implementing GIS. But while new in many ways, it’s also an integration of traditional patterns – desktops, servers, and enterprises coupled with new cloud-based capabilities.It has unlocked geographic knowledge and capabilities for many of our users, and transformed the way they work and collaborate, and make their information more available. And it’s also enabled others, outside the GIS hallways in organizations, to participate.
  • Online GIS and the Future of Innovative Health Care

    1. 1. Online GIS and the Future of Innovative Healthcare Bern Szukalski Brenda Wolfe bszukalski@esri.com bwolfe@esri.com @bernszukalski Healthy People in Healthy Communities Loma Linda University School of Public Health Pre-conference Workshop – March 3, 2014
    2. 2. In the beginning…
    3. 3. Internet, Web Standards, regulations Social media Mobile devices Data, data harvesting Organizations Changing the ways we work and think
    4. 4. Health & Human Services Challenges
    5. 5. Geography & Location | Context for where, why, and how
    6. 6. From I think to I understand Geographic Understanding GIS helps us integrate and apply our knowledge
    7. 7. For Geographic Understanding Applications, data, services, APIs For professionals, knowledge workers, developers, consumers Individuals, workgroups, organizations, gove rnments Cloud, private clouds, desktop, servers, mobile The ArcGIS Platform | A complete ecosystem for geographic understanding
    8. 8. ArcGIS Supports Multiple Patterns Leveraging Common Computing Architecture File Based Database Centric Server Centric Web Centric
    9. 9. ArcGIS Supports the Enterprise Knowledge Workers Executive Access Public Engagement Work Anywhere Enterprise Integration ArcGIS Professional GIS Making Mapping and GIS Available Across Your Organization
    10. 10. ArcGIS – A Web GIS For Mapping, Analyzing, and Managing Geographic Information
    11. 11. ArcGIS – Accessible from Any Client Desktop Web Device
    12. 12. ArcGIS – Powered by Services Server Online Content and Services
    13. 13. ArcGIS – Organizes Content and Manages Access Portal
    14. 14. ArcGIS Is a Platform Enabling Web GIS Everywhere Desktop Web Device Portal Server Online Content and Services Available in the Cloud . . . . . . and On-Premises
    15. 15. Apps Files, Spreadsheets Documents Maps 3D Scenes Live Feeds & Sensors Imagery GIS Services Social Media
    16. 16. Deliver information in many ways
    17. 17. Content and Services Tapestry Segmentation Elevation Terrain Oceans Geocoding Streets Dynamic Imagery Places Demographics Landscape Topographic Imagery Many Community Contributions A Foundation for Your Work on Web, Desktop, Device
    18. 18. Analysis and Geoprocessing Time Animations Data Summarization Location Analysis Terrain Analysis Raster Analysis Data Enrichment Summarization Pattern Analysis Proximity Analysis …Rapidly Evolving From Web Mapping to Web GIS
    19. 19. Apps and Story Maps Multiple Devices Map Tour Focused Apps Public Access Responsive Configurable Story Maps Live Data Decision Makers Swipe …easy, configurable Enables you to reach a broader audience
    20. 20. Location Analytics Enterprise Systems Demographics MicroStrategy SAP Business Objects Spreadsheets Microsoft Office Reporting CRM Integration Business Analyst …fits into your workflows Business intelligence, collaboration, and productivity
    21. 21. Platform for geomedicine Urban Development Radon Risk Groundwater Monitoring Medicare Costs New Jersey Homeless Population Tracking Disease …and understanding and evolving Healthy Communities
    22. 22. What we’ll cover today
    23. 23. What’s Possible using Online GIS Reach new users Make new discoveries Get the right answer Open up understanding

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