Duke Center for Health Informatics and Esri hosted the Geomedicine Summit October 13-14, 2014, at Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club in Durham, NC.
Using Geo-analysis of Health Records to Determine Public Health Problems – From a Medical Perspective (slides)Estella M. Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH/CPH, FACP, GISP
Geographic Information: Part of the Medical Record at Time of Admission, and Building Competency in Using Geographic Information Science in Large Health Care Systems (slides)Dora Barilla, DPh, MPH, CHES
How Much Does Where Your Patients Live Influence Your Readmissions Scores? (slides)Mat Reidhead, MA and Elna Nagasako, MD, PhD, MPH
Panel Discussion: Funding for Geomedicine Research (slides)David Dzielak, PhD and Kathy Kliebert, LMSW
Translating Health Policy via Maps (slides)Jennifer Rankin, PhD
Our Community, Our World: One Health (slides)Christopher W. Woods, MD, MPH