This app maps opioid overdoses in real time

Last year the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area set out to create a tool that would give law enforcement and health officials the data they need to respond to the opioid public health crisis as swiftly as possible. The result was a web app called ODMAP that combines street-level data with tools from Esri, the digital mapping company, to help public health officials, police departments, and first responders track and respond to overdoses in real time. Read more at Wired.



Categories: Apps, Social Media, mHealth, Technology

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