With the development of geographic information, the Miaoli Public Health Bureau, Taiwan intends to build a GIS system to effectively share the information over the Internet, improve the operational service efficiency, provide abundant healthy information, and lighten heavy workload.
Considering the limited budget and resource, the Miaoli Health Resource Network combines with Google Map services to enrich its system functionality and integrate the related information by the Internet and GIS technologies. Through accessing the Health Resource Network platform, users can not only understand the achievements represented the bureau, but also receive the related information about how to lead a healthy life.
In addition, the customized Health Resource Network also enables the administrators to set up and manage accounts, authorities, data uploading, and the collected data on the management platform, ensuring the information can be displayed correctly on the front-end platform.
Key Features of Health Resource Network Platform:
Combines Google Map from which people can derive rich map information;
Effectively integrates various data including cause of death, water quality, sources of health education, and reports of food inspection etc.
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