Healthcare Infographics, April 9, 2014
April 9, 2014 Volume II, No. 13

  1. Differences Between ACO Patients and Non-ACO Patients
  2. Top Physician Information Sources by Mobile Device
  3. 7 Reasons to Engage With Patients Before Their Appointments
  4. New Mobile Health Technology in 2024
  5. Few States Meet Palliative Care Benchmark
  6. The Failure of U.S. Healthcare Spending
  7. The Pros, Cons and Costs of ICD-10
  8. The State of Mobile Technologies in Healthcare Today

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