The map shows states and counties of the United States along with information according to two five-year plans, 2009-2013 and 2014-2018. Between these dates, Obama’s Health Law was passed, resulting in increased number of insured Americans in some counties.
At the state level, the map shows changes in the number of uninsured (as a percentage of the total state population).
At the district level, analysis represents how the number of insured changed after the adoption of the law. The tendency is shown by identified clusters with a sharp, low change, etc.
There is search by state, filtering by the average value of changes in the state, by the average value of uninsured percentage for two five-year periods, filtering by percentage change.
- Solution allows Health Insurers to assess market potential more accurately and plan development taking into account spatial features;
- Smart Mapping allows local administrations to take into account insurance data at the regional level to adjust health programs.
Key Technical Features
- Advanced Data Processing
- Data Analytics
- Categorical Filtering
- Filtering by Quantitative Values
- Search by Column Value
- Multiscale visualization