As the countdown to the Affordable Care Act begins, thousands of small businesses around the country are confused about what will be expected of them. Docstoc has put together the following infographic which shows what surveys reveal.
There are many ways in which the U.S. healthcare system is broken. For instance, around 20 percent of patients will encounter some form of malpractice in their lifetime. Also, around 18 percent of hospital patients suffer injury during the course of their stay. These numbers are unusually high for such a “developed” country as America.
Some things just get better with time. In the case of American health and medicine technology, this is especially true. This infographic presented by topmastersinpublichealth.com explores four main ways Americans can be grateful for their health. It looks at the condition of healthcare and medicine in the 1900′s and how vastly it has improved over the century.
The United States spent $2.6 trillion on health care in 2010 – more than any other country in the world. Yet based on research from a collaborative effort within the National Academy of Sciences, Americans live shorter lives and experience more injuries and illnesses than people in similar high-income countries. Explored America’s health (dis)advantages in the following infographic from Master of Science in Nursing Degrees.
Employment opportunities for doctors are expected to expand 24% by 2020. But no one ever said becoming and remaining a doctor was a walk in the park. Years of school and residency may seem daunting, and illustrate how intense a doctor’s dedication is to their profession and to helping the lives of others. So what does it take to attain that lofty position? This infographic by Soliant shows you.
Home Health Care organizations provide a wide range of home-based services to those unable to care for themselves without assistance. These services are being optimized now more than ever. This infographic presented by ClickSoftware provides a deeper look at home healthcare.
Healthcare costs are spiraling out of control, but where does this unprecedented amount of spending go? In this infographic from Best Healthcare MBA, see how your healthcare dollars are spent and take a look at the profits of some key players behind the healthcare scene.
AmericanEHR recently conducted a survey, “Mobile Usage in the Medical Space”, to better understand health practitioners’ usage of mobile technology. The survey helps address questions such as: how many physicians are using mobile technology, what smartphone brands they prefer, what features they use and how often they use them?
According to the results of a recent National Community Health Survey from The Atlantic, in collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline, Americans who most value community health resources have the least access to them. The following infographic provides all the details.
The digital age is redefining healthcare and many factors are driving this medical revolution. This infographic from MDG Advertising illustrates how patients are becoming more empowered in their healthcare decisions and how physicians and healthcare marketers are evolving with this digital direction.
Believe it or not, every business has a human side to it, even healthcare. This infographic presented by Healthcare-Administration-Degree.net takes a look at how healthcare professionals show their human side with patients. Check it out below to learn more about the human side of healthcare.
How do nurses juggle work, school, family and any other obstacles they might be confronted with? This infographic presented by BestNursingMasters takes a deeper look at how nurses create a work-life balance and still find their job to be satisfying.
The following infographic from iCanBenefit.com sheds light on what the Affordable Care Act is and how it will affect you. ObamaCare has a lot of controversy around it, and will provide subsidies for low income families with Health Insurance Exchanges. However, if you make over $45,000 you will not qualify for any subsidies and individual health insurance plans will be more expensive to obtain.
This health reform infographic from Clarity Way breaks down the Affordable Care Act in an effort to explain how it will affect each and every citizen, from small businesses to large ones, college students to parents, and senior citizens to the young. It’s important that you know about the Affordable Care Act and understand that if we had maintained our status-quo, over 14,000 Americans would lose their health insurance daily.