GeoVelo: Big in China

Not really.  Let me explain.  Like I have noted in the past, the www.GeoVelo.org website has been mostly dormant since its inception. However, a few weeks ago I committed to making a sustained effort to communicate with our clients via this website and the GeoVelo Facebook page. Conventional wisdom says I am supposed to use lots of key words like GIS, HIPAA, Business Intelligence, Tableau, Hospital Patient Data, and Analytics. Did the prior sentence come across like the crass exploitation of a hard working SEO algorithm that it was meant as?  I hope so. Anyway, you my eleven dear readers are in for a show. Because I intend to really stick with this effort (I made him a promise) and these stream of consciousness posts are likely to reveal far more about me than I would otherwise be inclined to share. The Internet is forever. Now, on to this China* business. As Read More …

States Streamline Public Health with GIS

CWD:  Writing an article about GIS and Public Health without including several maps is a difficult task.  Its painting word pictures of something who’s magic can only be experienced by sight and with ample time to ponder the relationships the maps reveal. While the article links to a few maps, most of the links are to top level domains.  If you are curious about how your data might appear, and the insights you might gain from a GIS approach, all you have to do is contact us at GeoVelo. Mapping technology is helping local governments better visualize data and effectively tackle local health issues. by Juliet Van Wagenen – Juliet is the senior web editor for StateTech and HealthTech magazines. In her six years as a journalist she has covered everything from aerospace to indie music reviews — but she is unfailingly partial to covering technology. New mapping software could be Read More …