GIS Highlights Reports
Highlights Reports showcase the work of each health department that has participated in the GIS Surveillance for Heart Disease, Stroke, and Other Chronic Diseases in State and Local Heath Departments project. Maps are presented for each health department and show how they used GIS to document the burden, influence policy, and enhance partnerships. A separate Highlights Report was prepared for each cohort of health departments that have participated in the project. You can view the reports of each year’s cohort below.
Highlights Report Volume 1 [PDF – 9.7MB]
Highlights from Colorado Department of Public Health and Michigan Department of Community Health.
Highlights Report Volume 2 [PDF – 15MB]
Highlights from Arkansas; Massachusetts; Minnesota; Montana; North Carolina; and Utah.
Highlights Report Volume 3 [PDF – 8.5MB]
Highlights from Idaho; Indiana; Louisiana; Maine; New York; Delta & Menominee Counties, MI; and River Stone, MT.
Highlights Report Volume 4 [PDF – 8.1MB]
Highlights from Iowa; Mississippi; Nebraska; New Hampshire; Texas; Wisconsin; Boston, MA; Cambridge, MA; Hennepin, MN; Rockland, NY; and Washington, MN.
Highlights Report Volume 5 [PDF – 1MB]
Highlights from Florida; Ohio; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; and South Carolina.
Highlights Report Volume 6 [PDF – 5MB]
Highlights from California; Kansas; New Mexico; South Dakota;Vermont; Cuyahoga County, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; and Denver, Colorado.
Highlights Report Volume 7 [PDF – 4MB]
Highlights from state health departments (Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, Virginia, and Washington) and local health departments in California (Napa, San Joaquin, and Solano) and North Carolina (Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Guilford, and Orange) counties.
Highlights Report Volume 8 [PDF – 7 MB]
Highlights from state health departments (Alaska, Arizona, New Jersey, North Dakota, and West Virginia) and local health departments in California (Merced and Stanislaus) and Kansas (Douglas, Johnson, and Wyandotte) counties.
- Page last reviewed: September 15, 2017
- Page last updated: September 15, 2017
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