GIS Improves Surveillance, Helps Prepare for Public Health Threats

November 1, 2012

Though Canadians are healthier and living longer than ever, there are several health challenges: leading deaths from chronic disease and injury, growing numbers of obese people and high asthma rates. Discover how public health authorities in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A) in Ontario effectively monitor disease outbreaks while tracking environmental health indicators with web-based technology. Read this article published in Canadian Healthcare Technology.

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