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A Yearly Recap: Top 10 Health Care Infographics of 2015

A Yearly Recap: Top 10 Health Care Infographics of 2015

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by Greta Kviklyte

Life Saver, AMC
Co-authored by Kim Murray, RN, M.S.

posted on Jan 29, 2015, at 9:41 pm


2015 WAS A SUPERB YEAR for the ever-changing world of health care! We witnessed some of the most life-changing innovations ever! At Advanced Medical Certification, we love infographics. They’re an effective and simple way of conveying important health care information, and we saw a lot of really great ones during this past year. Check out our top 10 health care infographic picks below.

Top 8 Health Care Infographics of 2015

The State of the Connected Patient in 2015 thumbnail
1. The State of the Connected Patient in 2015 (SalesForce)

While this title sounds like it would be all about how patients used the Internet in 2015, it’s actually more of a look into how patients communicated with their doctors this past year. This infographic gives insight to both patients and health care providers on modern doctor-patient communication, financial incentives, and even a look into how millennials are using medical technology in their health care experience.

the history of nursing thumbnail2. The History of Nursing (

This infographic takes something typically quite boring –history– and makes it applicable and interesting in the world of modern nursing. It’s just really neat and an especially great read for nurses!

guide for creating the perfect RN resume thumbnail3. Creating the Perfect RN Resume (AMC)
We created this infographic just this past year as a quick way for student nurses and registered nurses who need help looking for employment, or even nurses looking to switch specializations to create their perfect resume and land the job of their dreams. Resumes are complicated, and every employer looks for something unique while sifting through the hundreds of applicants, so it’s crucial for yours to stand out, look modern and get that second interview!
wearables in healthcare infographic thumb4. Wearables in Health Care (Boston Technology)

When I considered what wearable technology is I typically just think about Fitbits or smartwatches. This infographic from Boston Technology gave me an entirely new insight on the vast and incredible world of wearable technology and how it’s changed in just the past year. From smart clothing to drug delivery products, you will be amazed at what kind of health care technology you can currently sport!

health tips for nurses infographic thumbnail5. 8 Ways Nurses Can Stay Healthy During Long Shifts (AMC)

This infographic is perfect for all nurses, because nearly all nurses have to work shifts longer than they would like. A long shift is a perfect opportunity to practice unhealthy habits, which is why we created an infographic that features eight ways nurses can actually stay healthy during long (or night) shifts.

9 habits of highly effective nurses thumbnail6. 9 Habits of a Highly Effective Nurse (Sunbelt Staffing)

Whether a student nurse only in his or her first year of nursing school, or a long-time nurse looking to improve efficiency, this infographic from Sunbelt Staffing gives helpful tips on just being a better nurse! From improved time management to growth opportunity, everyone could use a tip or two!

the business of healthy employees thumbnail7. The Business of Healthy Employees (Virgin Pulse)

This infographic from Virgin Pulse isn’t necessarily medical, but we thought it was an important one to share! Work-life balance is a struggle and health concern that seems to only be getting worse, so it’s more important than ever that employers find ways to better care for the health of their employees.

Top 5 Health Care Trends of 2016 thumbnail8. Top 5 Health Care Trends of 2016 (AMC)

Our newest blog post and infographic takes a look at the Price Waterhouse Cooper’s Health Research Institute’s most recent consumer survey on next year’s health care trends, and displays what we think are the top trends in a visually pleasing, easy-to-understand infographic. It’s a great way to get excited for health care in 2016!

Well, there you have it! We loved every minute of 2015 as we witnessed some of the most amazing new medical technology and health care news emerge. We want to thank all infographic providers and companies for sharing such important information in 2015, and also we would like to thank our readers for caring about the world of health care. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact our customer representatives at 877-822-0375 or via email at


About Greta

Greta is a dedicated life saver and a distinguished expert in the field of medical content creation and editing. Her impressive array of certifications in ACLS, CPR, PALS, and BLS underscores her commitment to excellence in the medical field. With over four years of invaluable experience in medical education, Greta plays an indispensable role within the Advanced Medical Certification team, shaping the way healthcare professionals around the world acquire and apply vital knowledge.

Greta's profound expertise serves as the driving force behind the development and distribution of medical content that has significantly enhanced the capabilities of countless healthcare practitioners across the globe.

In addition to her medical qualifications, Greta holds a prestigious academic distinction in Marketing and Global Business from Vilnius University. Her academic journey has been enriched by immersive studies in Slovakia and Portugal during her time as an exchange student, providing her with a global perspective that complements her medical expertise.

Beyond her professional commitments, Greta possesses a genuine passion for global exploration, with a particular focus on immersing herself in diverse cultures and appreciating the intricacies of the natural world. While residing in Vilnius, Lithuania, she continues to make substantial contributions to the field of medical education, leaving an indelible mark on the sector.

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