Regional web-based health and wellbeing data

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The Central Highlands Primary Care Partnership in Victoria is exploring the development of a regional web based health and wellbeing data medium which incorporates spatial mapping. This presentation di options and opportunities that will further enhance as next generation broadband become available. The steps involved in progressing a regional web based data source through collaboration with government departments, stakeholders such as Medicare Locals and others are identified.

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  • Regional web-based health and wellbeing data

    1. 1. Central Highlands PrimaryCare PartnershipWeb-base Health and Wellbeing Data27 October 2011
    2. 2. Our understanding of your requirements• Scope the development of a regional web based health and wellbeing data medium• Discuss options and opportunities that may be available• Learn about the best ways to go about establishing a shared data and knowledge model• Identifying the steps involved in progressing a regional web based data source through collaboration with government departments, stakeholders such as Medicare Locals and others
    3. 3. Presentation overview• An introduction to CeCC• How are spatial technology advances, interoperable data exchange, next generation broadband and visualisation reducing constraints in the access and use of regional data?• Next steps - Developing a plan to inform future directions for regional access to health and wellbeing data
    4. 4. Some of our partners
    5. 5. Digital economy – strategy development
    6. 6. Agriculture and environment
    7. 7. Knowledge management
    8. 8. Sector development
    9. 9. Spatial mapping
    10. 10. Business and community feedback
    11. 11. Research to build local evidence base
    12. 12. Digital economy and NBN readiness
    13. 13. Local NBN rollouts
    14. 14. Corangamite CMA Knowledge BaseOpen Layers, Interoperable Custom Layers, Knowledge Linked to Spatial Elements
    15. 15. Corangamite CMA – Investment PortalThemed Custom Layers, Multiple Layer Querying, Export/Import Options, Layer Transparencyand Ordering Control
    16. 16. ADIEHExternally sourced queryable overlays
    17. 17. Birchip Cropping GroupGoogle maps, Social networking, Web 2.0 design, MySQL databases
    18. 18. Seeding VictoriaGoogle Maps, MySQL Database, Location privacy
    19. 19. CLC DirectoriesNACLC, CLCNSW, FCLC, SACCLSGoogle maps, Directions, Geo location, Public transport, Static maps
    20. 20. Google Earth – 3d Data VisualisationKML generated from MySQL database, Animated Timeline
    21. 21. Timeline visualisation
    22. 22. Federating regional Australia’sdata using interoperable GIStechnologies
    23. 23. Related initiatives• Sports Spatial • Australian Sports Commission • Victoria University • University of Ballarat• Regional Research and information Centre • Lead by Deakin University • Meet a need for rural and regional data analysis and related evidence based planning at a new level of co‐ordination• eResearch and superscience • Potential for participation through a number of avenues
    24. 24. Enhancing access to regional health andwellbeing data• Undertake feasibility study • Identify data requirements/availability• Confirm stakeholder requirements and priorities • Information needs • Ways they can contribute• Stage implementation • Identify stages • Attract investment to support practice change
    25. 25. For more information• Centre for eCommerce and Communications • www.cecc.com.au• Digital Economy Strategy • www.nbn.gov.au• Email • h.thompson@ballarat.edu.au

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