Healthcare Infographics, August 28, 2013
August 28, 2013 Volume I, No. 23

  1. The 4 Ws of Home Visits

  2. Dissecting Patient-Centered Care

  3. A 50-State Look at Medicaid Expansion

  4. Why Donít People Take Their Medications?

  5. Patient Habits with Online Portals

  6. Americaís Heart Disease Epidemic

  7. Over-Prescribed America

  8. Healthcare Cost Drivers

  9. Jobs for Health Information Technicians to Increase

  10. Abuse of Prescription Drugs Affects Young Adults Most

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