The 20 Best Healthcare Technology Infographics of 2013

Annual recap of the best healthcare technology infographics created in 2013 

Over the past 12 months, HIT Consultant has covered some of the most in-depth and well designed healthcare technology related infographics in this industry. Infographics provide a great way to display complex information or research data in a visually appealing format. Themes this year covered the gamut of healthcare technology including trends transforming the health IT industry, duplicate medical records, patient engagement and much more.

For our annual recap, we’ve collected 20 of our favorite healthcare technology infographics of 2013 shown below based on the following criteria: 

  • Storytelling
  • Valuable information
  • Data Visualization & Design Creativity 
  • Data Sources
  • Insightful key takeaways
  • Popularity (number of social shares)

 

1. 40 Key Trends Shaping The Future of Medicine

Based on  medical futurist, Bertalan Mesko, MD, PhD white paper, The Guide to the Future of Medicine that prepares stakeholders for what is coming next in the future of medicine.

Infographic: 40 Key Trends Shaping The Future of Medicine

2. 5 Healthcare IT Trends Transforming Healthcare

Healthcare IT trends transforming healthcare in 2013 and beyond created by CDW Healthcare

Infographic: Healthcare IT Trends Transforming Healthcare

 

3. 76% of Patients Would Choose Telehealth Over Human Contact

Key findings from Cisco survey highlighting the increased trust in telehealth by consumers. 

 

4. The Impact of Quantified Self Tracking

Based on the Pew Report findings, the infographic highlights the impact of quantified self tracking created by Pathfinder Software

The Impact of Quantified Self Tracking Infographic

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  • Arturo Pichardo

    Very interesting and challenging this paper. In the developing countries probably could be a big challenge but an option itself too. Some people from Medical staffs are already works in in this way actually. I hope to read more about this issue in the future

  • Steve Sisko

    I’m surprised that Healthcare Practitioners trust Health Insurance Companies so much. #3 among list of 10 Trusted Sources of Healthcare Information.

    Maybe I’m sensitive but I hear so much about those big, bad payers all the time I’d have thought insurance companies would be down there with Pharmaceutical companies. :)