Health and human services solutions

Health practitioners and administrators in Singapore are now recognising the added advantage of using Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to identify where opportunities for health services improvements exist.

GIS technology maps and analyses health data, so decision-makers can clearly understand community health needs and design more effective solutions.

It’s the next natural step for health practitioners looking to improve patient care in a more proactive way.

To discover how the GIS technology solutions of Esri Singapore can drive improvements to your healthcare service delivery, select a category below:

Developed for government and health professionals, vector-borne controllers and GIS specialists. Learn how GIS technology can help reduce exposure to and outbreaks of vector-borne disease.

A follow-up to Effective vector-borne disease surveillance and control. See how GIS meets the challenges of controlling vector-borne disease outbreaks and costs – improving efficiency and transparency.

Mitigating disease outbreaks with smart mapping technology

Mitigating disease outbreaks with smart mapping technology

Doctors and scientists world-over are looking at using smart mapping technology to learn more about the Zika virus threatening other tropical and sub-tropical regions across the globe.

Geographic insights highlight how to cut ambulance response times

Geographic insights highlight how to cut ambulance response times

SingHealth leveraged Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to analyse how a reduction of ambulance response time can potentially help save more lives.

Tackling increased healthcare demand with location analytics

To meet escalating healthcare requirements, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust has turned to the ArcGIS platform to centralise their patient services and better serve more than 350,000 local citizens.

Discover how GIS technology is helping health organisations ensure communities have access to quality healthcare.