MISSOULA, Mont., March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Las Vegas, Nev. – Upstream Research™ will showcase its geospatial health mapping product, Upstream Navigator™ on the exhibit floor of the 2016 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nev. from Feb. 29 – March 4, 2016.
Upstream Research ™ will be providing custom live demonstrations that utilize its metabase to forecast and measure the econometrics of disease prevention.
Upstream Research™ and Esri
As a member of the Esri start up program, Upstream Research™ is being introduced by Esri at booth #3632 as one of three promising technologies built on its ArcGIS platform. Like Upstream Research™, Esri was founded to solve some of the world's most difficult problems, using both public and private meta data and geographic information systems including Esri's ArcGIS.
"The societal cost of chronic disease is one of the greatest, yet avoidable, burdens we face. Esri shares Upstream's passion to reveal, quantify and project often unseen health risks so that we can map and model optimal interventions that will help prevent rather than simply treat disease." -- Scott Bedbury, CEO of Upstream Research
"I have been utilizing Esri technology continuously since 1987 across academic, professional, and government organizations. We have pioneered a number of firsts with Esri, always leading the way with innovation and value," -- Dr. Alex Philp, Founder and Chief Science Officer of Upstream Research.
- To learn more about Upstream Research™ visit booth #3632 during HIMSS16 or go to www.upstreamresearch.com for more information.
- Follow Upstream Research™ on Twitter at: @moveupstream
- Find Upstream Research™ on LinkedIn or Facebook.
About Upstream Research™
Founded in July, 2015, in Seattle, Washington, Upstream Research™ analytics reveal how natural and human environments - past, present and future, impact our health. Upstream Research empowers corporations, governments, non-profits and individuals to identify, forecast and prevent avoidable health care costs and human suffering.
Media Contact: Amy Darling, Upstream Research, 406-747-8380, Email Contact
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