Digital Healthcare is Personal Infographic

Healthcare providers place new prescription orders Doctors adapt medications Doctors and researchers predict therapy improvements Patient or provider monitors medical data and signals Healthcare providers process automated payments Researchers and clinicians analyze aggregated data Patient sends real-time requests on medical devices Researchers and clinicians run clinical trials System sends automated maintenance alerts Sources.

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Lawrence General Hospital

Drawing inspiration from the pioneering women and community leaders who helped establish the Hospital in 1875, Lawrence General has remained focused throughout its history to serve the community as a private, not-for-profit acute care hospital. The Hospital’s over 2,200 physicians and caregivers offer treatment to all patients, regardless of race, color, creed, or national origin. Every member of the clinical team works to assure the quality and level of care the Hospital provides, supporting community education and research to improve the health of the Merrimack Valley and its citizens…

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INFOGRAPHIC: Is the Healthcare Industry Digitally Fit? Our Survey Findings

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1. Is the Healthcare Industry Digitally Fit? Our Survey Findings Consumers are taking charge of their health using digital tools search for health information on social media channels 45% A comparison of Healthcare Providers Use of Social Media Channels use social media to offer services to customers Use of Mobile Channels Use of Digital Technologies to Personalize Care Approach to Digital Transformation 63% have automated core processes 31% have automated core processes 31% 33% 79% 84% Establish a Transformation Roadmap and Governance Model to Drive Digital Initiatives Promote Internal Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing to Drive Internal Engagement Sources.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Executive Insights on Health Care Transformation

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Evolent Health gathered 50+ executives from 22 health systems to share insights from their transformation efforts in a dynamic health care era. See what insights they shared during our 2014 Summit in this infographic.

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cyberbullying How can I protect my child?

Infographic | March 15, 2016

In our technologically driven society, today’s bully can taunt children not only on the school yard, but also in cyberspace, where the harm can be even more far-reaching.

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RESPIRATORY COMPROMISE= RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY, ARREST AND FAILURE

Infographic | June 16, 2015

HOW MANY IN THE LAST MONTH...? RAPID RESPONSE CALLS? NALOXONE ADMINISTRATIONS? ICU BOUNCE BACKS? COMMON…. Cases of respiratory compromise are expected to INCREASE 31% by 2019. COSTLY… Inpatient stays related to respiratory compromise surpassed $7 billion annually in the U.S. in 2007 and are expected to SURPASS $37 BILLION by 2019. DEADLY…. Patients with respiratory compromise that originated on the general care floor are 29 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO DIE.

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Impact of Practice Changes on Quality of Care

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Most of the more than 2,000 primary care providers surveyed by the Commonwealth Fund and Kaiser Family Foundation say new care delivery models are having a positive impact on the quality of care they deliver to their patients. Yet, many remain unconvinced, suggesting that the proponents of the new care delivery models need to do more to enable those new models to work for both patients and providers.

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OASIS: ASTHMA

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The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is recognized as one of the world’s foremost paediatric health-care institutions and is Canada’s leading centre dedicated to advancing children’s health through the integration of patient care, research and education.

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Lawrence General Hospital

Drawing inspiration from the pioneering women and community leaders who helped establish the Hospital in 1875, Lawrence General has remained focused throughout its history to serve the community as a private, not-for-profit acute care hospital. The Hospital’s over 2,200 physicians and caregivers offer treatment to all patients, regardless of race, color, creed, or national origin. Every member of the clinical team works to assure the quality and level of care the Hospital provides, supporting community education and research to improve the health of the Merrimack Valley and its citizens…

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