Improving U.S. Life Expectancy

April 14, 2014

Infographic that examines how we can improve life expectancy with EMR technology. Source


The future of Electronic Medical Records

February 22, 2014

Models for healthcare delivery are changing. The information technology is helping in transformation of instituions which delivers healthcare model. We are at a rare point in history where IT and the way we build and use it can and has been making a remarkable difference for institutions, for professionals and for patients. It is exciting […]


Mobile App overload for doctors

November 2, 2013

With smartphones and apps quickly gaining popularity in healthcare, there are now thousands of medical apps available in the app store. To illustrate this app overload challenge faced by doctors today,Epocrates conducted some research and created an infographic looking at the numbers – how many apps doctors download, how many they actually end up using […]

Medical Tourism Around The World

Medical Tourism Around The World

August 14, 2013

Sky-high health care cost in the U.S. have spurred many consumers to seek treatment abroad, with some even planning vactions around their procedures. Here are the hot spots where medical tourists are flocking. Source

STD Statistics Worldwide

STD Statistics Worldwide

July 7, 2013

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) continue to present a growing public health concern in countries all over the world; both industrialized and developing. However, STD information and statistics are often hard to come by, especially for developing countries. With data collection and reporting methodologies varying greatly by country, a million new people infected with STDs each […]

Challenges faced by dietitians

Challenges faced by dietitians

July 5, 2013

HealthEd On Demand asked dietitians what challenges they faced when educating clients. Here’s what they had to say. Source

Public vs. Private Healthcare Around the W...

Public vs. Private Healthcare Around the W…

June 30, 2013

This graphic is one that we designed on behalf of MPH Degree comparing public and private healthcare around the world in the US as well as other industrialized nations. Here are some interesting statistics. Source

Mobile Technology in Healthcare

Mobile Technology in Healthcare

June 5, 2013

Mobile usage is growing exponentially in the United States. Healthcare technology is beginning to take advantage of mobile usage – with comScore stating, mobile health content is “quickly becoming one of the fastest growing content categories”. Source

The Cure for Healthcare Challenges: Winning War IT Talent

The Cure for Healthcare Challenges: Winning War IT Talent

May 30, 2013

The war for skilled and qualified healthcare IT talent is fierce and demand is only rising. To win the war for healthcare IT talent organizations must be able to navigate the many issues surrounding the healthcare IT sector. Source

7 Facts You Should Know About the New Health Care Proposal

7 Facts You Should Know About the New Health Care Proposal

May 25, 2013

Health care is a big business and a big concern in the US. The health care reform bill aims to send 15 billion dollars to government run programs that aim to promote preventative health care and healthy living. The health care reform would help the 32 million Americans living without health insurance and would fine […]

Comprendre la SLA - Understanding ALS

Comprendre la SLA – Understanding ALS

May 16, 2013

Understanding ALS – Lou Gehrig’s disease – an infographic for the Thierry Latran Foundation, an European foundation dedicated to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Motor Neuron Research. Source

Healthcare Costs Around the World

Healthcare Costs Around the World

April 28, 2013

The United States spends more money on healthcare than any other country in the world yet despite the costs it still has one of the highest infant mortality rates and lowest life expectancy rates when compared to other developed countries. Source