Patient Engagement Infographics

Using a picture and visual graphics to represent data and information is called an infographic. It is a great way to display statistical data that shows comparisons or charts that come from research and reports. In these Patient Engagement infographics, see how patients are engaging through social media, how individual patients value digital services, how to improve patient engagement,  & how healthcare has gone social.  See other infographics we have featured.

Patient Engagement #1Engaging Patients Through Social Media

The transformation of information gathering and the emergence of the engaged patient has demonstrated the increased importance of social media in the broader healthcare context. For the healthcare industry, it is becoming increasingly important to be able to react quickly and decisively to events on social media. See the complete infographic.

This infographic is brought to you by IMS Health (@IMSHealth). IMS Health is the world’s leading information, services and technology company dedicated to making healthcare perform better. By applying cutting-edge analytics and proprietary application suites hosted on the IMS One intelligent cloud, the company connects more than 10 petabytes of complex healthcare data on diseases, treatments, costs and outcomes to enable our clients to run their operations more efficiently.

Patient Engagement #2Study: Patients Value Digital Services When Choosing Physicians

Patient engagement is one of the defining trends in U.S. healthcare. Yet, despite the healthcare industry’s continued focus on it, most practices have not yet fully adopted digital services such online bill pay and appointment scheduling. Recent federal requirements related to EHR adoption and Meaningful Use Stage 2 have begun to change this. However, the federal government is not the only incentive for change. TechnologyAdvice’s survey of recent U.S. patients suggests that many individual patients value digital services, and take them into account when choosing a healthcare provider. See the complete infographic for some of the study’s key findings.

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patient engagement #3Improving Patient Engagement in Healthcare

As you know, each patient is unique and there’s no one-size-fits-all formula for driving engagement. However, figuring out what motivates your patients is a good place to start. We live in a time where patient engagement can be directly linked to morbidity. Getting patients to change their behavior and participate in the management of their own health isn’t just important; it can be a matter of life and death. See the complete infographic for all the details.

This infographic is brought to you by eVisit (@eVisitApp). eVisit aims to fundamentally simplify healthcare for healthcare professionals by creating engaging software solutions that improve the provider experience. When healthcare providers have better tools, patients get higher-quality care and better outcomes.

patient engagement #4The Healthcare Social Shake Up

Whether you believe the interest from the healthcare industry in social media is being driven by consumers, providers or a little bit of both (we’d go with the latter), one thing everyone can agree on is this: Social media is here to stay. In fact, hospitals, clinical practices and physicians of all ages are becoming more and more active on social media. And if we’re talking about patients, you’ll find this stat pretty revealing — 72% of all Internet users are active social media users. Why? To be better engaged and more active participants in their own healthcare. See the complete infographic to see that healthcare has offically gone social.

This infographic is brought to you by CDW Healthcare (@CDW_Healthcare), a leading provider of technology solutions and services focused exclusively on serving the healthcare marketplace. Their customers include more than 15,000 healthcare organizations nationwide — ranging from small physician practices to large hospital systems.