The HealthLandscape team has extensive experience in research design and methodology, as well as advanced statistical analysis capabilities including regression analysis, geospatial modeling, and structural equation modeling.
HealthLandscape has a long history of working with individuals and organizations to inventory, document, and understand the data that they produce and consume. The team can assist with data collection, management, analysis, and interpretation, whether it be for internal use, research, or grant application purposes.
The HealthLandscape team has decades of experience exploring and analyzing the healthcare workforce, including variations in coverage, provider-to-population ratios, and workforce distribution. Examples of workforce reports include the Regional HealthCare Workforce Profile, created for Urban Universities for HEALTH, and the Greater Cincinnati Adult Primary Care Capacity Study.
The HealthLandscape Health Workforce Mapper illustrates the distribution of physicians and non-physicians based on data from the National Provider Identifier Registry.
HealthLandscape, working with the Robert Graham Center, analyzes patient and graduate data for health care providers and medical education institutions. Health organizations benefit from the intelligence gained from the visualization of their service area and the comparison of that area to community-level data. Medical education institutions can better understand where graduates end up practicing to analyze their area of influence.
We can take your data and analyze it at the appropriate geography to help you see the areas you are serving and to provide insights into additional community needs in your service footprint.
Understanding your community. HealthLandscape can create detailed community profiles to help you understand the demographic and social characteristics of your community, whether you define “community” based on geographic boundaries, service areas, or populations.
Identify areas of need for targeted resource allocation. Combine data from multiple sources to understand the gaps between current conditions and the goals of your community.
Data-driven decision making. HealthLandscape has a long history of working with individuals and organizations to inventory, document, and understand the data that they produce and consume. The team can assist with data collection, management, analysis, and interpretation, whether it be for internal use, research, or grant application purposes.