Infographic on Healthcare & Digital Impacts

Experience the digital transformation in healthcare! This infographic delves into the profound impacts of digital technologies on the healthcare sector. From significant spending statistics in the US healthcare system to regional healthcare spending distributions, it explores how digital advancements like telemedicine, electronic health records, wearables, AI, 3D printing, and VR are revolutionizing patient care. Discover the efficiencies gained, improved accessibility, and potential cost reductions. Join the digital healthcare revolution with Aura Health Solutions for enhanced patient outcomes. For more information, visit

In recent years, the healthcare industry has been revolutionized by digital technology. From telemedicine to electronic health records, digital technologies have made healthcare more accessible, efficient, and personalized.

  • In 2022 the U.S spent a total of $4.94 trillion on health care
  • Project total health spending to surpass $5 trillion for 2023
  • For perspective, that’s about 19% of the US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 
  • The US spends around $12,530 a year per person on healthcare
  • People 55 and older account for 30% of the population but 56% of healthcare spending.
  • On average, Americans spend $1,059 a year on prescription drugs alone.
  • Insured individuals paid  $8,210 on average for a single policy in 2021.
  • The amount of medical debt in the US is estimated to be anywhere from $88 billion to $195 billion

Healthcare Spending

  • North America 16.7%
  • Latin America 7%
  • Western Europe 10.4%
  • Middle East & Africa 5.9%
  • Eastern Europe 7%
  • Asia & Australia 6.7%

Improves Efficiency

  • Eliminations 80% of your paper-based budget
  • $20/month saved in filing costs
  •  72% utilizing full-time employees for scanning
  • 23% spending $100 million or more to scan patient records

Telemedicine: This has made healthcare more accessible to those who live in remote areas or have mobility issues.

Electronic Health Records (EHRs): This has made it easier to access a patient’s medical history and make informed decisions.

Wearable Devices: These devices can track health data and provide valuable insights into our overall health and well-being.

Medical Imaging: This has improved the accuracy of diagnoses and reduced the need for surgery.

Artificial Intelligence (AI): This has the potential to improve outcomes for patients and reduce healthcare costs.

3D Printing: This has improved patient outcomes and reduced the time and cost associated with traditional methods.

Virtual Reality (VR): This has the potential to improve the quality of care and reduce the risk of errors during medical procedures.Take steps to go digital & encourage others to do the same and improve patient health outcomes.