Improving population health requires identifying high-risk areas based on social determinants of health (“cold spots”) and poor health outcomes (“hot spots”). Identifying and mapping these high-risk areas allows for targeted approaches.
The Our Kids Network (OKN) Data Portal allows users to create maps, charts, and graphs related to data on the Halton 7, which are evidence-based conditions of well-being needed for children, youth, and families to thrive.
HealthLandscape Australia Atlases are a collection of interactive web-based mapping tools designed to combine, analyse and display information in ways that promote better understanding of health outcomes and the forces that affect it.
The School-Based Health Alliance Child Health and Education Mapping tool can be used to target high-need areas and explore the current or potential capacity of school-based health centers to serve these areas.