The American Medical Association has enhanced its interactive geospatial mapping tool, designed to identify health professional shortage areas and other related workforce trends, to now provide population health data by geographic location.

Developed in collaboration with the American Academy of Family Physicians Robert Graham Center and vendor HealthLandscape, AMA’s interactive Health Workforce Mapper includes a new “Population Health Explorer” feature providing data on a variety of population health factors, including healthcare access and quality, health behaviors such as smoking and alcohol use, demographics, as well as social environment factors.

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