Map NH Health is brought to you by the staff of the NH Citizens Health Initiative and the Institute for Health Policy and Practice at the University of New Hampshire, with help from our colleagues at the Institute's Center for Health Analytics and UNH Web and Mobile Development.
We gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the State of New Hampshire's Office of Energy and Planning and the NH Division of Public Health Services. Special thanks to Kenneth M. Johnson, Ph.D. of the Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH for his wise counsel throughout this project.
Callie Carr, MBA, MPH is the Director of Communications for the College of Health and Human Services at UNH and provided project management for MapNH Health. Callie has worked in the New Hampshire health care sector for more than 15 years and has extensive experience in the management of system-wide community needs assessment activities.
Jeanne Ryer, MS is the Director of the NH Citizens Health Initiative, and has worked in the community and public health sector in New Hampshire for over 30 years. Her extensive experience includes senior program officer positions with the Endowment for Health and the NH Charitable Foundation. Her work has focused on state and federal health system reforms, safety net health services and community transportation. MapNH Health grew out of Jeanne's vision to ensure that New Hampshire citizens will have access to needed services and resources in the future.
Bill Buckingham Ph.D, Health Geographer, works extensively on health and medical GIS projects for the Applied Population Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin. He provides extensive knowledge of GIScience, census geography and data, and expertise in the techniques and methodologies of geographic information systems, geocoding, cartography and qualitative GIS.
David Egan-Robertson is an applied demographer with the Applied Population Laboratory. He joined APL in January 2012 after serving as the demographer for the State of Wisconsin’s Demographic Services Center for eleven years. He specializes in population and household estimates and projections, with an emphasis on administrative-record and housing unit methods for creating estimates, and the cohort-component method for producing projections. In addition, he provides consultation on Census data, with particular knowledge of historical Census results for Wisconsin’s municipalities and counties.
Eric Turer, MBA, is a Senior Health Services Consultant at John Snow, Inc. (JSI), with over 20 years of experience as a public health professional, focused on policy analysis, program evaluation, and operations of the primary care safety net system at the federal, state, and organizational level. His current efforts include data and GIS analysis of the Federally Qualified Health Center program nationally, revisions to the federal process for designating communities as having primary care provider shortages and medical underservice issues, and the implementation of a national recruitment and retention technical assistance center. In NH he has provided workforce analysis to the state Rural Health and Primary Care office for over a decade, and he is currently involved in assisting with targeting ACA outreach and enrollment efforts in the state.