Hard Pill to Swallow: History of Birth Defects

Hard Pill to Swallow: History of Birth Defects

May 5, 2013

Shows the history of birth defects caused by prescription drugs. Source

Why Americans pay so much for brand-name drugs

Why Americans pay so much for brand-name drugs

April 12, 2013

Prescription drugs are more expensive in the United States than in any other developed nation. In 2003, pharmaceutical purchases made up 11 percent of total US healthcare spending, and the amount continues to rise. While these costs hit consumers hard, health systems also feel the pinch, spending more on drugs than any other supply expense. […]

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Prescription Drugs Kill: A Public Health Crisis

January 19, 2013

This infographic provides information for prescription drug deaths and dangers in the U.S. It provides information for how many people have died from prescription drugs, why they are dangerous, and how to curb those dangers. Source

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Prescriptions Most Marketed to Doctors

January 10, 2013

This infographic provides an analysis for the prescription drugs that are most marketed to physicians. It also uses graphs to illustrate how much pharmaceutical companies spend on promotional materials to sell their product and as a result what are the most prescribed drugs. Source

Fact or Myth The Truth Behind Common Health Knowledge

Fact or Myth The Truth Behind Common Health Knowledge

November 13, 2012

We have a bunch of myths about health, thinks like being cold makes us sick and vaccines cause autism. This infographic takes a look at common health myths and provides the truth about them. Source

A Look at the Absurd Health Care Costs in America

A Look at the Absurd Health Care Costs in America

September 24, 2012

This infographic explores the health care costs in the United States and tries to answer the question of why health care is so expensive in America. First it compares the cost of health care in the U.S to that of the rest of the world and then it gives a break down of the costs […]

Your Brain on Prescription Drugs

Your Brain on Prescription Drugs

September 14, 2012

Fact: Accidental overdose deaths cause by prescription drugs now exceed the number of suicides and motor vehicle deaths in some U.S. states. 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.

Prescription Drug Benefit Survey

Prescription Drug Benefit Survey

June 22, 2012

This infographic provides information about what PBM’s are and how speciality drugs are used to treat chronic. It also provides a data analysis of prescription drug use by workers,