Health Care Fraud #infographic

Believe it or not, medical fraud is still a big business in the U.S. The FBI estimates that Health Care Fraud costs American taxpayers $80 billion a year. Of this amount, $2.5 billion was recovered through False Claims Act cases in FY 2010.

The team at The Whistleblower Lawyer, a whistleblower lawsuits firm based in Columbia, has put together the infographic below to help you understnad health care fraud. Check it out to kearn some interesting facts about medical care fraud, some of the most common forms of healthcare fraud in the U.S., what to look for and the crucial role of  whistleblowers in stopping fraud.

An infographic by The Whistleblower Lawyer.

How Health Care Technology is Disrupting the Traditional Market #Infographic #HealthTech

Did you know how technology is disrupting the traditional healthcare market? Well, you do now, because we have gathered all the relevant information you need to know about this topic in one beautiful infographic. Every day health tech makes people feel more comfortable; this technology helps us have more control over our lives. We have conducted a research on the biggest challenges of the HealthTech sector, on global investment in health tech companies, on HealthTech trends, on how do young people accept new health technology and more interesting data. The leading HealthTech minds, startups and corporations are doing their best to make MedTech grow. Expanding access to healthcare makes it all important and needed today. So here we go, we present you the Infographic about Health Tech and its role in healthcare industry. We want to give you valuable information in a creative way. Hopefully, you’ll like it!

An infographic by Minute Women.

10 Essential Facts About Nursing You Need To Know #infographic #nursing

There are approximately 4 million nurses in the United States of the America! Sounds a lot, but unfortunately – it isn’t. Actually, there are only 50 nurses per 10,000 people, and we are in a serious shortage within this particular profession.

This means that the demand in this sector is extremely high lately. In fact, until the end of the year 2020, we will need about 20% more nurses to work in hospitals, physical offices and, where we need them the most, home care.

Although it seems that the millennials aren’t that interested in this profession (only 200,000 of applicants passed the Registered Nurse exam in 2015), men are slowly becoming more and more interested in this profession. In fact, almost 10% of nurses in the US are male nurses.

If you want to learn more about this noble profession, here are 10 interesting facts about registered nurses. Find out the highest paying nursing specialties, the highest and lowest paying states for nurses, and much more in this infographic down below!

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An infographic by healthlisted.com.