The [Healthcare] Start-Up Ecosystem

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Predator versus Prey

We’ve written about medical innovation and e-health before on the ME-P. So, this is a fun but informative infographic on the topic.

It looks at the different roles related to technology startup companies in an amusing way by personifying them as fish in the sea.

Source: http://www.udemy.com/blog/startup-ecosystem-infographic/

Assessment

This one is light on data, but does convey valuable information to the reader. The visual scale of Ubiquitous to Endangered is easy to understand, and the color coding is consistent throughout the design.

Conclusion

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    It wasn’t that long ago that money flowed steadily to entrepreneurs who dreamt up whiz-bang medical devices. Hospitals souped up their surgical suites with robots or high-tech radiation machines for cancer treatment. Cost wasn’t an issue: They just got passed along to insurance companies, who passed them on to employers and patients.

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