Health planning with Geo-CI

[cp] Geospatial collective intelligence for health planning: A case study for screening tests in the city of Esmeraldas, Ecuador.
Vélez, A. F. J., Fierro, J. M. M., & Terán, L. (2017, April). . In eDemocracy & eGovernment (ICEDEG), 2017 Fourth International Conference on (pp. 167-172). IEEE.
A spatial Delphi is applied to improve the territorial distribution of health services. A geospatial collective intelligence approach, allows selecting suitable areas for the allocation of equipment, supplies, and services of health-screening tests for pregnant women in Esmeraldas (Ecuador). + [Paper]

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