Healthcare Strategic Growth Blog

Bad Maps, Bad Maps, What’cha Gonna Do?

Posted by Jason Haley on Jul 17, 2018 7:04:52 AM

How to Create Simple, Actionable Maps that Inform Strategic Growth

By Jason Haley

A well-designed map can be an incredibly valuable tool for healthcare strategy, marketing, and planning. But sometimes, good maps can go bad; and bad maps can easily hurt more than they help. It has been a few years since our last Bad Maps” post, so let’s have some fun and learn from the cartographic missteps of others!

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Tags: healthcare map, healthcare mapping, Mapping, maps

Mapping Software: Find the Right Fit for Your Team

Posted by Jason Haley on Nov 6, 2017 9:09:16 PM

The Pros and Cons of 5 Software Solutions

By Jason Haley

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Tags: data analysis, healthcare data, healthcare mapping, Mapping, maps, healthcare data analytics

Live Facilitation of Strategy Meetings

Posted by Tony Camarata on Jul 11, 2017 2:32:47 PM

By Tony Camarata

Has this ever happened to you? You walk into a strategy meeting with your strategic plan, ready to plan for the future, but walk out with a long list of to-dos instead? The meeting that was supposed to be used to chart your future growth strategy is spent asking and attempting to answer questions about past performance. Your organization’s key stakeholders need to know more insight into certain figures and also have requested intelligence that wasn’t prepared in advance, but they are not the right audience to jump into Excel pivot tables.

Storyboards will eliminate this problem with live meeting facilitations.

Launch Pathway is a data visualization tool that lives on top of state data. The Storyboards feature enables you to take snapshots of market share, service lines, payor mix, and maps of your facility and add them to presentation-ready decks within minutes, all within the application.

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Tags: strategic planning, data visualization, hospital strategic planning, maps, data presentation

Avoid Healthcare Map Missteps by Properly Using Legends, Titles, Scale Bars, and Sources

Posted by Jason Haley on Jun 23, 2016 9:35:57 AM

Most people who see healthcare maps every day don’t give much thought to their content and cartographic execution. Titles display the purpose of a healthcare map, scale bars display distance, sources explain where the data originated, and legends identify the attributes on a map. All of these cartographic elements combined embody the important final touches that make healthcare maps readable and useful. Cartographic elements help those looking at the map understand the various layers and data without having to concentrate, ask questions, or decipher. This is why the choices made on the final touches of healthcare maps are the most essential part of the map-making process.

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Tags: Blog, geographic information systems, GIS, healthcare gis, healthcare map, healthcare mapping, Mapping, maps

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