Healthcare changes a compilation of infographics to tell a story of what's coming

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This started as an internal project I wanted to do for myself and my team, but later decided to share it. It represents the current and future state of healthcare, based on perspectives and infographics gathered from industry expert sources (each cited with a url to the original source of the image or chart) - with commentary in headers created by me to help put things into perspective. I also tried tried to provide a view of current and future states, including implications to varying stakeholders including patients, physicians and pharma

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  • Hi , I'm a little of topic was wondering how do you get so many views??? I'm new here.....so help would be much appreciated. thanks in advance
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  • Really great work Susan, very helpful and informative. How do you get this out to a bigger audience everyone should see.
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  • Superb & Send to me. Thanks.
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  • Great slideshow. Links to the infographics to review in more detail would be helpful.
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Healthcare changes a compilation of infographics to tell a story of what's coming

  1. 1. © 2013 Communications Media, Inc. Confidential Material. All Rights Reserved. State of the US Healthcare Industry And Its Impact on Health Stakeholders A Story Told Through the Assembly of AWESOME Industry Info-Graphics Compiled from the Internet by Dr. Susan Dorfman on July 2013
  2. 2. Where Is Healthcare Today…
  3. 3. US Is Only Industrial Nation Without Some Form of Universal Healthcare
  4. 4. And We Face an “Uninsured” Crisis
  5. 5. Access to Care Is a Challenge
  6. 6. …Patient Access to Care Continues to Be Squeezed
  7. 7. Our Cost to Provide Healthcare Is Highest of All Nations
  8. 8. The Cost Problem at a Glance
  9. 9. The Cost to Operate a Physician’s Office Also Continues to Climb
  10. 10. Increased Practice Costs Lead to Greater HCP Consolidation & Added Impact on Cost
  11. 11. The Irony of It All: Access to Primary Proactive Care is Proven To Lower Costs…
  12. 12. Where Do Our Healthcare $$$ Go?
  13. 13. There is Also the Rising Costs of Treatments
  14. 14. …and the Hidden Cost of Non-Adherence
  15. 15. Welcome Healthcare Reform
  16. 16. Healthcare Reform Is Multi-Faceted
  17. 17. Health Reform Is Geared to Help Improve the HCP Shortage www.bizjournals.com
  18. 18. It is Geared to Address Optimal Access to Care and Ultimately Contain Costs HITECH Act
  19. 19. It Is Geared to Improve Patient Literacy and Engagement HITECH Act
  20. 20. And Meant To Solve the Access Crisis
  21. 21. It Focuses on Greater Cost and Quality Transparency www.healthsparq.com ACA
  22. 22. It Impacts What We Do and How We Practice Delivering Care
  23. 23. …and In Many Ways It Gives Rise To Healthcare Consumerism www.thehealthcareblog.com
  24. 24. The Future Business Models of Healthcare Delivery Will Be Multi-Faceted www.insurancethoughtleadership.com
  25. 25. As Will the Future Provisioning of Care sites.mckesson.com
  26. 26. Healthcare Transparency Will Be At the Center of Care
  27. 27. …As Will Health Consumerism and the Patient Experience www.mdgadvertising.com
  28. 28. The Human Side of Care
  29. 29. The New ePatient Journey www.google.com
  30. 30. The Future of Care Will Also Evolve Beyond the Live Visit: mHealth www.xcubelabs.com
  31. 31. The Patient Will Be Much More Connected www.mdgadvertising.com
  32. 32. As Will Their Care Provider(s) www.google.com
  33. 33. We Will Also See a Big Future in Big Data
  34. 34. We Will See More HCP Consolidation with the Rise of the ACO www.hitconsultant.net
  35. 35. And New Payment Models For Care Delivery
  36. 36. The Future of Care for Pharma: Transparency
  37. 37. The Future of Care for Pharma: New Business Models www.forbes.com
  38. 38. The Future of Care for Pharma: Uncovering New Opportunities
  39. 39. The Future of Care For Pharma = Building Trust With Consumers, Patients and HCPs www.teletech.com
  40. 40. The Future of Care for Pharma: Big Data = New Tools & Opportunities www.healthbusinessconsult.com
  41. 41. The Future of Care For Pharma: Redefined Focus on Stakeholders and Value Optimization
  42. 42. The Future of Care For Pharma: Building a Partner Ecosystem americas.tunstall.com
  43. 43. The Future of Care For Pharma = Going Beyond the Pill social.eyeforpharma.com
  44. 44. info.ximedica.com The Future of Care For Pharma: Redefining Healthcare Delivery
  45. 45. The Future of Care For Pharma: Greater HCP Access Restrictions
  46. 46. The Future of Care For Pharma = Communication Alternatives www.spiritfountain.com
  47. 47. The Future of Care For Pharma = Informed Multi-Channel Engagement +
  48. 48. The Future of Care for Pharma: 360○ View of ROO (Return on Objectives)
  49. 49. What Does This All Mean? Opportunity To Do Things Better?
  50. 50. acertifiedphotogeek.blogspot.com

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