Healthcare Infographics, July 9, 2014

July 9, 2014 Volume II, No. 19

  1. Average Day in the Life of Nursing

  2. Quality Care for Aging Seniors

  3. A History of Healthcare Informatics

  4. Public Opinion of the Affordable Care Act

  5. 10 Things to Know About Patient-Centered Medical Homes in 2014

  6. Insurers Respond to Rise of Private Exchanges

  7. Healthcare Embraces the Cloud

  8. EHRs and the Data of Healthcare

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