Archive | Infographics

New Infographic Addresses Connected Health and the Rise of BYOD

With the proliferation of personal technologies, the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) concept is helping to lead the way toward a more integrated model of care delivery that puts the patient at the center and focuses on improved access and better outcomes. For HCPs and patients alike, we’re seeing BYOD on the rise as a “digitally native” generation comes of age and advanced connectivity becomes the norm.

Recently, MHW was privy to a new infographic from Philips that details the rise of BYOD, the benefits of such platforms and key considerations for the industry.

To check it out, take a gander below. Additionally, Randy Hamlin, VP, Segment Leader, Philips Ultramobile recently wrote about the benefits of the BYOD movement. To review his insightful take, click here.

Continue Reading

Posted in Infographics, mHealth0 Comments

Infographic: The State of Wearables Today

Valencell, a leading innovator in performance biometric data sensor technology, in collaboration with MEMS & Sensors Industry Group, the trade association advancing Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and sensors across global markets, recently conducted a national survey in regards to the state of wearables today.

The findings, portrayed in an infographic shared below, revealed interesting statistics about wearables users, including consumer interest in monitoring advanced health metrics like stress, blood pressure, and sunlight exposure.

Continue Reading

Posted in Infographics, Wearable technology0 Comments

What’s The Top Priority for Users of Wearables? New Infographic Reveals All

IDC Worldwide, Wearables Will Surpass 200 Million in 2019Valencell, a leading innovator in performance biometric data sensor technology, in collaboration with MEMS & Sensors Industry Group, the trade association advancing Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and sensors across global markets, recently conducted a national survey in regards to the state of wearables today.

The findings, portrayed in an infographic shared below, revealed interesting statistics about wearables users, including consumer interest in monitoring advanced health metrics like stress, blood pressure, and sunlight exposure.

To learn more, the full announcement can be found here.

Continue Reading

Posted in Infographics, Wearable technology0 Comments

Carena: Health Systems’ Integrated Virtual Clinics Improve Care Quality

xHomepage_slideshow_2c_2x.jpg.pagespeed.ic.JUPOL5g0u3Patients who receive integrated virtual care within a health system experience more time with clinicians, lower prescription rates and better continuity of care than those who receive care from commercial telemedicine providers, according to new data released today by Carena.

Depicted in an infographic, “3 Ways Integrated Virtual Clinics are Improving Care Quality,” the data demonstrates that integrated virtual clinics minimize care fragmentation and meet the highest quality benchmarks for delivering care.

Continue Reading

Posted in Infographics0 Comments

Infographic Reveals The Top Digital Health Trends Impacting Healthcare

Infographic Reveals The Top Digital Health Trends Impacting HealthcareThe insightful gems of knowledge culled from a recent report by Accenture has yielded the eye-opening infographic below, which points to some of the top digital health trends that stand to have the most dramatic impact imaginable on the healthcare space.

So what are the trends in question, according to the Accenture data? Check out the visual below to learn more.

Continue Reading

Posted in Healthcare, Infographics, mHealth0 Comments

Infographic: The Cost of Healthcare Security Breaches

Infographic The Cost of Healthcare Security BreachesAn alarming new infographic created by Privacy Analytics and shared by HIT Consultant showcases just how costly the growing epidemic of healthcare security breaches has become.

“While the news frequently reports the number of data breaches in the health care industry, few may realize that the estimated cost for HIPAA breaches since 2009 has reached over 31 billion dollars,” the report notes.
Continue Reading

Posted in Infographics, mHealth0 Comments

The 18% Problem: What Wearables Are Really Up Against

The 18 Percent Problem What Wearables Are Really Up AgainstAccording to the recent results of a survey conducted by Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group, consumers just aren’t as crazy about wearables as many industry analysts had expected by this time.

“U.S. consumers are in no rush to purchase a wearable device and future adoption of the technology will be driven by attractiveness, alerts and payments functionality,” the report summary shared with mHealthWatch reads.

Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group’s research uncovers that wearables are a significant trend in technology, but their utility to financial services remains to be seen.

Continue Reading

Posted in Infographics, Wearable technology1 Comment

Advert