Why It Takes a Month to See a Doctor

Why It Takes a Month to See a Doctor

August 27, 2013

Doctors are fed up and either going solely into specialty care, or providing consultancies to large pharmaceutical companies or organizations like the American Cancer Association. Or bowing out of practice completely. Source

Bill of Health

Bill of Health

June 27, 2013

There’s clearly something wrong when the richest country in the world lags behind other nations in the quality of its healthcare. Our healthcare is on life-support and the prognosis isn’t good. This infographic looks at the mess that is the U.S. healthcare system. Source

Anatomy of a Doctor

Anatomy of a Doctor

April 3, 2013

Shows amount of time it takes to become a doctor including the left vs right brain thinking of one. Source

BMI in America

BMI in America

March 27, 2013

Practice Fusion’s Research Division identifies correlation between BMI data and key health indicators; releases infographic on obesity trends.The availability of farmer’s markets is associated with lower Body Mass Index (BMI), according to data from Practice Fusion’s Research Division, a program launched by the free, web-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) company to analyze public health trends. […]

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A Specialist in Need

March 5, 2013

Ever wonder how long a specialist spends in residency? Or what the average salaries are for their profession? We list all that info by specialist. Source

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Patient-Focused Funding

February 12, 2013

Essentially, patient-focused funding rewards hospitals for better care, and hospitals use that money to improve services, which, in turn, opens the door for more funding. Source

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Nursing by the Numbers

January 6, 2013

Nurses, while in high-demand, are often over worked and underpaid. This infographic evaluates the statistics of the nursing profession, such as where nurses are paid the most per hour and where nurses are paid the least per hour. This infographic also (literally) examines the crappier side of nursing, such as how much fecal matter a […]

Anatomy of a Doctor

Anatomy of a Doctor

December 1, 2012

The stress that comes with being a doctor is something only a few can handle. It’s sad that in today’s society we look at celebrities as heroes and not give enough credit to people who save lives – doctors. This infographic takes a look at different aspects of being a doctor – from how they […]

A Smile a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

A Smile a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

October 13, 2012

Did you know that women smile an average of 62 times a day? Only 8 for men! Source

How Patient Information Management is Affer Care Coordination

How Patient Information Management is Affer Care Coordination

July 12, 2012

The price we pay? An astounding $404 billion for poor healthcare coordination as shown in this The Price We Pay for a Broken Healthcare System graphic. In a more light-hearted attempt to exemplify the many issues, challenges and frustrations associated with the lack of health data coordination, Jonathan Rauch of The National Journal brings to […]

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Who’s Not Washing Their Hands?

June 8, 2012

Cold season is upon us, and the constant advice you will hear from doctors and friends it to keep washing your hands. Everyone claims they do, but do they really? A recent study found that although most people claim to wash their hands after dirty activities, when you observe them in person, the story (especially […]