Ive also shared this with ehealth/ info management colleagues, very interesting, though it would be good to rustle up a couple of Scottish examples.
I'm glad you find it interesting.
The map is powered by the Google Maps API. We also have a Google Fusion Table which contains information about each case study: coordinates, title and description. Some code in our website mashes the two together and this is the result.
You can achieve a similar result yourself with My Maps from Google: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/about/mymaps/
And we'd be very interested to hear of any other examples. We plan to add to this map as we go with new case studies from our work.
Leanne - did you present or exhibit at the event? Or was SH:24 called something else? I can't see your presentation on last year's event page: http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/events/digital-health-and-care-congress-2015#presentations
I think we will be at an event of yours in October - one of your team was in touch recently, would be good to keep in touch. Best, Leanne
This is so interesting. We have case studies on our website from all over Ireland : http://www.ehealthireland.ie/Case-Studies-/
I would love to speak to someone about whether we could add any of these to your map. I will definitely look at how we make our own map as well thanks so much !
Geo-data and mapping is becoming more available through PowerBI. As many of us move to Office 365 we can access this for free, and publish to the public without additional licensing. The ArcGIS visualisation works well, as long as you can link data with long and lat.
This is great work - is there a way I can have my organisations projects listed here?