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Acute Specialities Mapping
26th June 2014
Mapping Acute Specialities
• Ireland-Northern Ireland Cross-Border Cooperation Observatory
(INICCO) II
– Centre for Cross ...
Mapping Acute Specialities
• Phase 1 – Data collection and initial analysis
– Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)
– Ophthalmology
– U...
All-Island Accessibility Mapping
• Methodology
– Location of Acute Services, Residential Address data, Road Network
– Acce...
All-Island Accessibility Mapping
• Small Area boundaries in study area
– Average drive-time based on weighted residential ...
All-Island Accessibility Mapping
All-Island Accessibility Mapping
Mapping Acute Specialities
• Phase 1 – Analysis
– Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)
• In Patient
• Out Patient
• Day Patients
– Oph...
Mapping Acute Specialities – ENT (In)
Mapping Acute Specialities – ENT (Out)
Mapping Acute Specialities – ENT (Day)
Mapping Acute Specialities – Oph (Out)
Mapping Acute Specialities – Oph (Day)
Mapping Acute Specialities - Ur (In)
Mapping Acute Specialities - Ur (Out)
Mapping Acute Specialities - Ur (Day)
Mapping Acute Specialities – Vas (In)
Mapping Acute Specialities – Vas (Out)
Mapping Acute Specialities – Vas (Day)
Mapping Acute Specialities - Radiotherapy 2014
Mapping Acute Specialities - Radiotherapy 2016
Mapping Acute Specialities – All-Island View
Online Mapping Tool
http://airomaps.nuim.ie/flexviewer/?config=ASM.xml
Online Mapping Tool
LINK
Next Steps
• Move from mapping at case-study level to All-Island level
• Much bigger data capture exercise (CAWT, HSE...)
...
Thanks
Questions?
w: www.airo.ie
e: justin.gleeson@nuim.ie
twitter: airo_nuim
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Acute Specialities Mapping Project

Presentation on the AIRO Acute Specialities Mapping project for cross border health care provision in Ireland

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Acute Specialities Mapping Project

  1. 1. Acute Specialities Mapping 26th June 2014
  2. 2. Mapping Acute Specialities • Ireland-Northern Ireland Cross-Border Cooperation Observatory (INICCO) II – Centre for Cross Border Studies (CCBC) – Cooperation and Working Together (CAWT) – AIRO, NUIM • Mapping and analysis • Aims and Objectives: – To address an information gap that constrains cross-border cooperation among health service providers – To facilitate planning of shared acute health services on a border region and all-island basis; • First Steps..... – Development of a mapping tool to view acute health specialities in the cross-border area – Visual demonstration of access in both jurisdictions – Quantify number of people with good/bad access
  3. 3. Mapping Acute Specialities • Phase 1 – Data collection and initial analysis – Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) – Ophthalmology – Urology – Vascular • In Patient • Out Patient • Day Patients – Radiotherapy • 2014 and 2016 • Study Area – 40km either side of border • Population 1.3m • 556k in RoI, 781 k in NI – 0 to 14 Years: 288k – 15 to 64: 874k – 65plus: 174k – Services from 35 Hospitals/Care Centres
  4. 4. All-Island Accessibility Mapping • Methodology – Location of Acute Services, Residential Address data, Road Network – Accessibility scores developed for every residential address point in the study area (550k) (2,695,923 in island of Ireland) – NAVTEC roads dataset • Average speed (midway between Peak and Off-Peak) • +10% congestion charge for urban areas • +3 minutes delay added to each score 15 minutes
  5. 5. All-Island Accessibility Mapping • Small Area boundaries in study area – Average drive-time based on weighted residential address scores • 4,193 Small Areas (SAs) – 1,770 in NI – 2,423 in RoI
  6. 6. All-Island Accessibility Mapping
  7. 7. All-Island Accessibility Mapping
  8. 8. Mapping Acute Specialities • Phase 1 – Analysis – Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) • In Patient • Out Patient • Day Patients – Ophthalmology – Urology – Vascular – Radiotherapy • 2014 and 2016
  9. 9. Mapping Acute Specialities – ENT (In)
  10. 10. Mapping Acute Specialities – ENT (Out)
  11. 11. Mapping Acute Specialities – ENT (Day)
  12. 12. Mapping Acute Specialities – Oph (Out)
  13. 13. Mapping Acute Specialities – Oph (Day)
  14. 14. Mapping Acute Specialities - Ur (In)
  15. 15. Mapping Acute Specialities - Ur (Out)
  16. 16. Mapping Acute Specialities - Ur (Day)
  17. 17. Mapping Acute Specialities – Vas (In)
  18. 18. Mapping Acute Specialities – Vas (Out)
  19. 19. Mapping Acute Specialities – Vas (Day)
  20. 20. Mapping Acute Specialities - Radiotherapy 2014
  21. 21. Mapping Acute Specialities - Radiotherapy 2016
  22. 22. Mapping Acute Specialities – All-Island View
  23. 23. Online Mapping Tool http://airomaps.nuim.ie/flexviewer/?config=ASM.xml
  24. 24. Online Mapping Tool LINK
  25. 25. Next Steps • Move from mapping at case-study level to All-Island level • Much bigger data capture exercise (CAWT, HSE...) • Methodology in place. Re-run analysis and update mapping tool • All Acute services: – A&E, Radiotherapy.......(diabetes, dermatology, cancer, mental health, orthopaedics – INTERREG V) • Scenario analysis • Opening/closing services - how does this affect service provision? • Open or closed border? • Mapping actual commuters zone to hospitals (address data of patients) • Development of fully functioning mapping system with integrated data visualisation tool – Add detailed information at SA level • Travel times, nearest service RoI or NI, opening times – Embed within new AIRO site • Integrate new data into AIRO ‘Data for Decisions’ training days – QGIS Open source workshops – InterTradeIreland, Border Regional Authority, Land and Property Services NI, HSE?
  26. 26. Thanks Questions? w: www.airo.ie e: justin.gleeson@nuim.ie twitter: airo_nuim

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