Florida Hospital The Skill to heal. The Spirit to Care

December 23, 2013

The state of health is 22 strong. Even as one of the nation’s largest network of hospitals, we’re still known for our personal attention to quality care. Florida Hospital with over 22 locations in Florida. Source

Rise of the Digital Doctor

Rise of the Digital Doctor

July 10, 2013

With the rise of Social Media, we are seeing more and more professionals actively using different paltforms to connect and share. This infographic highlights the use of social media among doctors. With about 90% of the physician population jumping on the bandwagon of social media, Doctors are exceeding an average of 65% of the general […]


Health Digital Check-Up

February 9, 2013

Who drives the discussion? For the majority of contions, online conversations are led by patients sharing their own personal experiences. Caregiver involvement naturally peaks in conditions that affect the very young or the very old, and life-threatening or terminal illness. Healthcare professionals play a minimal role in the discussion, and for many conditions are note […]


Why is Healthcare So Expensive?

January 14, 2013

It seems like every time a doctor pops in for a brusque, cold 15-second visit it winds up costing US$500. It’s woe to you if that doctor ends up doing anything—for that, you’ll probably end up paying US$1,500 for a few stitches. How on earth did this happen? Source

The Hospital Room of the Future

The Hospital Room of the Future

October 29, 2012

This infographic takes you into the hospital room of the future where advances in medical science and technology promise to provide you with better medicine and a more pleasurable experience. Source

Rx Non Adherence

Rx Non Adherence

August 3, 2012

This infographic provides data about the amount of medication doctors provide in comparison with patient adherence rate. This infographic illustrates that there is a inconsistency between the two because of the lack of communication between doctors and patients. Patients will not take their medication because they don’t fully understand the reasons behind their diagnosis.

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 […]