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INFOGRAPHIC: FORCES BEHIND HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION

A digital healthcare transformation is taking place globally and it’s not a secret anymore. For some, it’s not fast enough; others feel it’s been too much too fast.

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INFOGRAPHIC: HEALTHCARE DATA IN THE DIGITAL AGE!

Effective data management goes a long way when it comes to improving the performance of healthcare systems. The Duquesne University’s Online Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program created the following infographic that illustrates how patient data is collected in the age of technology.

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INFOGRAPHIC: WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE

Individuals, nowadays, are becoming more aware of their health. It is a healthcare revolution propelled by medical communities, and also enabled by innovations powering fitness technologies and wearables.

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INFOGRAPHIC: IMPROVE DOCTOR-PATIENT COMMUNICATION WITH VIRTUAL CARE

According to a survey conducted by the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, consumers have a strong interest in virtual care and are more bullish in demanding digital health tools from their doctors, but physicians aren’t meeting demand.

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INFOGRAPHICS: INCREASE PATIENT ENGAGEMENT WITH ONLINE HEALTH RECORDS

Healthcare consumers having easy access to online medical information serves as a key cornerstone to advance people-centric healthcare and fuel better patient engagement.

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Mobile Technology in Acute Care: Infographic

Mobility in the healthcare sector has led to many progressive changes and helped physicians improve the level of patient satisfaction. With the adoption of mobility in healthcare, hospitals have slowly deviated towards value-based care, which is a complete overhaul from the previous pay-for-service model. As a result, acute care hospitals are also increasingly using mobile technology to benefit from the ease of connecting with patients.

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