The UDS Mapper is funded by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA). The intended and most common users are Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) professionals researching their region, creating Service Area Maps, and identifying areas for potential expansion. The broader audience is diverse and includes, but is not limited to, academics, health care consultants, and even non-medical private businesses.
Currently when one is developing a map the user needs to complete work, including adding any points, labels, or other annotations, in one online session. That changes with the new UDS Mapper where you will be able to save your project, log out, and return to complete it at another time. In addition to the anticipated saving feature, we will be adding new ways to share your maps with colleagues.
An important part of utilizing the new UDS Mapper is attending one of our free “What’s New with the UDS Mapper” webinars in September of this year. Our usual two webinars per month will increase to four during this month to support this roll-out. You can register now for them here.
|What’s New with the UDS Mapper?||Wednesday||09/06/2017||2:00 PM ET||» Register «|
|What’s New with the UDS Mapper?||Tuesday||09/12/2017||2:00 PM ET||» Register «|
|What’s New with the UDS Mapper?||Monday||09/18/2017||11:00 AM ET||» Register «|
|What’s New with the UDS Mapper?||Thursday||09/28/2017||2:00 PM ET||» Register «|
In these sessions the UDS Mapper team will help orient you to the new tool and will be taking your questions. This is a great opportunity to introduce your colleagues to this resource if they have not yet been trained.