The Digital Future of Healthcare Is Here

The Future of Health Is Your Smartphone [Infographic]

Healthcare and Social Media [infograph] What patients are doing online

Healthcare and Social Media [infograph]

How Social Media, Mobile Are Playing a Bigger Part in #Healthcare via @Mashable

How Social Media, Mobile Are Playing a Bigger Part in Healthcare

The potential for digital health in the UK - GREAT information about how digital health has tons of potential to be successful.

The potential for digital health in the UK - GREAT information about how digital health has tons of potential to be successful.

The fact is today’s mobile, social and search trends are indicative of the growing role digital connectivity plays in our lives. These three items have a profound impact on how health consumers find you online, research and evaluate treatment options, and take that critical step from being consumers to patients.

The fact is today’s mobile, social and search trends are indicative of the growing role digital connectivity plays in our lives. These three items have a profound impact on how health consumers find you online, research and evaluate treatment options, and take that critical step from being consumers to patients.

#BigData and the future of healthcare #DigitalHealth #infographic

Big Data and the Future of Your Health

#BigData and the future of healthcare #DigitalHealth #infographic

Mobile and smartphones in healthcare: a growing trend #Infographic

Mobile and smartphones in healthcare: a growing trend #Infographic

Long Road To Digitization: A History of Healthcare Informatics

Long Road To Digitization: A History of Healthcare Informatics #infographic

Mobile Technology in HealthCare - The following infographic from healthcare solutions firm Healthx highlights the change that smartphones and tablets have had on the health industry. Results show that there will be 44 million m-health app downloads by the end of 2012, which will rise to 142 million by 2016.

Mobile Technology in HealthCare - The following infographic from healthcare solutions firm Healthx highlights the change that smartphones and tablets have had on the health industry. Results show that there will be 44 million m-health app downloads by the end of 2012, which will rise to 142 million by 2016.

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