What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Smoking

July 2, 2016

Thinking about kicking the habit but think it’s too late? Quitting at any age can give back years to your life. Check out this infographic on how your body reacts when you quit smoking. Our Tobacco Treatment program offers all Moffitt patients and their families a personalized plan to help them quit smoking. Moffitt’s tobacco treatment program helps patients and family members quit as comfortably as possible. Learn more about Tools to Quit

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Access Community Health Network

Access Community Health Network (ACCESS) offers outstanding primary and preventive care in 35 community health center locations throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Accredited by the Joint Commission, ACCESS serves as the medical home for more than 175,000 patients each year.

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PII Theft in Healthcare

Infographic | May 26, 2021

Healthcare organizations must do more to authenticate personnel accessing patient data to prevent personal identifiable information (PII) theft and other security breaches. They must improve their defenses by implementing strong multi-factor authentication solutions that adhere to modern security standards like FIDO 2.0.

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5 Things to Know About the Rapid Acceleration of Digital Health

Infographic | April 15, 2021

A silver lining from the COVID-19 global pandemic is the rapid acceleration of digital health and telemedicine. Check out the top 5 digital health trends in this infographic, courtesy ofReal Chemistry.

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8 Healthcare Trends for 2020 and Beyond

Infographic | February 5, 2020

What is the best way to identify your target market and pinpoint their pain points? Understand the industry changes impacting them most. In a recent webinar, Definitive Healthcare CEO Jason Krantz reviewed the 8 healthcare industry trends he believes will be most relevant this year—both for healthcare providers and those selling to them. This infographic captures Jason's observations:

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Hacking Healthcare – A Sensitive Industry Under Attack

Infographic | January 8, 2020

Healthcare organizations collect and store vast amounts of personal information, making them a major target for cyber-criminals. Healthcare breaches are especially serious because personal data can, in some cases, mean the difference between life and death. For example, says Carlisle, it could cause medications to become mixed up – or people might fail to get treatment for conditions such as diabetes.

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Debunking 10 Common Digital Marketing Myths in Healthcare

Infographic | December 5, 2019

With a wealth of information available anytime, consumers and patients take advantage of online resources both during initial research and ongoing care — researching health systems and services, reading physician reviews, and participating in online forums. This isn’t surprising, considering that 89% of consumers turn to a search engine to answer health questions. To reach today’s healthcare customer, personalization and channel placement are key; in other words, you want to meet them where they are. But mastering precision marketing requires top-notch digital campaign strategy.

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New Survey Confirms Broken State of Healthcare Communications

Infographic | December 4, 2019

The healthcare industry has made many advances over the last few decades, yet one area where innovation is severely lacking is organization-wide communications. One of the most crucial, foundational aspects of the industry that almost single-handedly allows care to happen in the first place happens to be one of the major roadblocks for doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, and staff.

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Access Community Health Network

Access Community Health Network (ACCESS) offers outstanding primary and preventive care in 35 community health center locations throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Accredited by the Joint Commission, ACCESS serves as the medical home for more than 175,000 patients each year.

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