School-Based Health Center Performance Monitor Wins Award

HealthLandscape‘s interactive visualization of school-based health center (SBHC) performance was recognized as one of the top three web-based GIS applications in Esri’s User Software Applications Fair last week at the 2013 Esri International User Conference in San Diego.

The School-Based Health Center Performance Monitor is based on our Site Performance Explorer, a tool we created to help organizations monitor performance of multiple sites. Specifically, the School-Based Health Center Performance Monitor compares the number of vision, dental, and hearing screening referrals SBHCs complete against benchmarks.

Click here to try it out.

HealthLandscape’s School-Based Health Center Performance Monitor shows instantly how well a particular school-based health center is performing against benchmarks.

Each SBHC is mapped and given a red, yellow, or green label according to its performance. When the user’s cursor hovers over a specific SBHC, three windows appear, showing how well the center is meeting vision, dental, and hearing screening goals. Users can instantly see which focus area needs attention.

The Site Performance Explorer can be used with any kind of benchmarking data. Organizations select the indicators they want to track and establish benchmark values. The Site Performance Explorer then compares actual performance against goals to give a visual indicator of performance.

We’ll be highlighting the Site Performance Explorer in our upcoming “Visualizing Data with HealthLandscape” webinar on Tuesday, July 30, at 2:00 pm. Registration is free. Click here to register or email us for more information.

Thanks, Esri Users, for voting us as one of your favorites. And a shout-out to Blue Raster, our development partner, for winning in the Mobile GIS App category!

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