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HealthGIS : managing health geospatially / editors, Nitin Kumar Tripathi, P.K. Joshi, Hamid Mehmood.

By: (4th : International Conference on Health GIS (4th : 2011 : New Delhi, India).
Contributor(s): Tripathi, Nitin Kumar | Joshi, P. K, 1975- | Mehmood, Hamid | Tata Energy Research Institute.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : TERI Press, 2011Description: xiv, 226 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9788179933251 (pbk.); 8179933253 (pbk.).Other title: Health geographic information systems | Managing health geospatially [Running title].Subject(s): Medical care -- Geographic information systems -- India -- Congresses | Medical care -- Geographic information systems -- Congresses | Public health -- Geographic information systems -- India -- Congresses | Public health -- Geographic information systems -- CongressesDDC classification: 362.100285 HEA Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
IT and Health -- Viral Diseases -- Healthcare Planning and Management -- Emerging Diseases -- Health GIS Databases -- Advances in Environmental Monitoring and Health -- Realtime and Early Warning Systems.
Summary: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Health GIS, held at New Delhi during 5-6 August 2011. Human health has always been a priority for our well-being. It is influenced by the location of initiation, spread and services available and more importantly, by facilities that make such services more effective and affordable while optimizing resource use and deliverance. To this, geoinformatics help leveraging limited resources and multiply the positive impact of benefits of individuals, families, and society.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

IT and Health -- Viral Diseases -- Healthcare Planning and Management -- Emerging Diseases -- Health GIS Databases -- Advances in Environmental Monitoring and Health -- Realtime and Early Warning Systems.

Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Health GIS, held at New Delhi during 5-6 August 2011. Human health has always been a priority for our well-being. It is influenced by the location of initiation, spread and services available and more importantly, by facilities that make such services more effective and affordable while optimizing resource use and deliverance. To this, geoinformatics help leveraging limited resources and multiply the positive impact of benefits of individuals, families, and society.

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