A dashboard designed for the Maryland Hospital Association to understand communities that lack access to ob/gyn, primary, and pediatric care at the Census tract, zip code, and county levels. Included in the analysis are the hospital catchment areas and HPSA medically underserved communities. Access to care is determined by both driving distance and driving times aggregated to each admin level. Social determinant of health data is included in the table and HSR.health's SDOH risk index that indicates a tract's risk is also integrated into the dashboard. Each part of the dashboard interacts with the others and it includes three category filters for searching by county, HPSA, and to control whether the table shows total population data or data for women only. Learn more about this dashboard at the tutorial I created in the tutorial section.
The Access to Comprehensive Women's Health dashboard is a tool to examine at the zip code level Ohioan's access to unbiased women's health care. Distance to the nearest clinic is averaged for each zip code and using standard deviation each zip code is assigned a status: below average, average, above, well above, and highly above. The dashboard lets the user investigate the categories and learn about the demographic makeup of those areas.