Connected Health Information

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CA$437 paid

10 custom designs

4pre-qualified designers

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Winning design #1 by serexzo, Infographic Design for Connected Health Information Contest
Gold Medal

designed by serexzo

Project description

Project Requirements:

We are looking for one infographic to illustrate information for our recent study Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study that takes an economic lens to valuing the impact of connected health information in Canada.  


We would like to display the findings in a visually appealing way.  Please use the information below and attached to create an illustrated image – please no stock images. The infographic should be approximately 512 px X 1024 px. We would like to work with the winning designer one-on-one afterwards to create the French layout.

  • The infographic is for print and online use.

  • Provide files in EPS, AI, PNG and PDF formats

  • Printed image would ideally be 5.8 x 4.1 inches, but can be up to 8.5 x 11 inches.

  • Use these colors (can appear in any order):

Dark blue: R 0, G 58, B 99

Light Blue: R 41, G 128, B 185

Teal: R 22, G 160, B 133

Green: R 155, G 187, B 89

Orange: R 220, G 90, B 35

Grey: R 94, G 97, B 103

Burgundy: R 125, G 39, B 64

 

Materials supplied (Attached):

 

 

Content: 

  • [include Logo and organization name at the top in large text] Canada Health Infoway

  • [include study title also at top in large text] Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study

  • [Use an image that depicts the online sharing of patient information across different health care settings and the benefits it offers to solve fragmented information] Connected Health Information is the digital sharing of patient information across the health care continuum

  • Connected health information leads to:

    • Reduced duplication of diagnostic testing

    • Better inpatient settings

    • Better use of the emergency department

    • Better ambulatory interactions (i.e. providing patients with the right care team)

  • Benefits

    • Health system savings of $1 billion/year, equivalent to 5.6 million emergency department visits or 155 thousand hospital stays

    • Patient time savings of 18 million hours, equivalent to 25 lifetimes

    • Provider time savings of 5.9 million hours, equivalent to annual working hours for 2,227 health care providers

    • Economic productivity gains (time not lost from work) of $189 million/year, equivalent to returning 2,578 Canadians to the economy

  • Connected health information has enormous potential. See our report for more information.

  • [include this in a smaller panel towards the bottom] Want to learn more or access our resources? Search our many reports at http://www.infoway-inforoute.ca/  

  • [include in the bottom in small text] Infoway commissioned Gartner to conduct a study to determine the benefits of connected health information in Canada. The study demonstrates compelling evidence for supporting the adoption and increased use of connected health information across the health care continuum.

 


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