The Facebook page of TEDMED Live Bologna published some amazing infographics and sketches about different aspects of telemedicine, health 2.0 and digital technologies. Such visuals can help start a conversation or brainstorming session about potential developments at any workshops or conferences.
Posts from the ‘Infographics’ Category
Mashable published a great infographic about what kind of online tools and platforms people trust when it comes to healthcare information.
You’ve probably done a Google search for that weird spot that cropped up out of nowhere or the pain in your leg that won’t go away. Self-diagnosing your ailments through websites such as WebMD and Wikipedia is commonplace, but it turns out, it hasn’t yet become a mobile trend.
A study of one thousand U.S. consumers by communications and research firms Makovsky-Kelton found most of the health seekers who go online in search ofhealthcare information prefer to use their PC over a mobile device.
Here is a great infographic to browse on a Saturday morning:
I’ve recently come across an amazing infographic dedicated to the use of mobiles/smartphones, video and social media by medical professionals. A few interesting snippets and questions I raised:
- 81% of physicians are expected to own a smartphone by 2012
- 73% search the web (only 73%?)
- More physicians watch videos on WebMD than on Youtube?
- 86% of physicians use Facebook (certainly not for professional but personal reasons)
What do you think of these and the rest of the data?
There is a nice infographic about the digital device and mobile app usage of doctors.
Patients tended to disclose certain conditions:
Chronic Fatigue: 10%
Heart Disease: 2%