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A Day in the Life - Gantt
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A Day in the Life of “Death by a Thousand Clicks”

May 16, 2017

Three prominent Boston-area physicians just contributed an opinion piece to WBUR, “Death By A Thousand Clicks”.  When doctors and nurses turn their backs to patients in order to pay attention to computer screen, they argue, it pulls their focus from

Medicare ACO Performance - 2017 with 2015 Data
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Medicare ACO Performance: Updated for 2017

March 29, 2017

Medicare ACO Performance Luke Shulman and Nick Stepro Excel, D3.js SVG, with Illustrator  Data sourced from 2015 CMS ACO Public Use File Risk scoring underpins many value-based payment programs. In the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Shared Savings

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Introducing the 2017 Data Gallery

February 23, 2017

The unveiling of our 2017 Data Gallery this week marked the continuation of our annual tradition at the HIMSS conference, and we love that so many attendees return year after year to explore our latest visualizations. #himss17 bucket list achieved: met the

Burgers and Fries and Data Visualization
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Burgers and Fries and Data

July 1, 2016

This data visualization is not about fast food. Misleading, right?  After all, it references a number of the major chains, talks about the relative prices of Quarter Pounders across the country – and it is even called “Burgers and Fries.”  

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The Final Year: Visualizing End of Life

April 26, 2016

At Arcadia, we believe data can be beautiful.  Visit our online, interactive Data Gallery to explore high-resolution versions of all our data visualizations.   Here, we discuss questions raised by The Final Year: Where and How We Die. In the year before you die –

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Weaving Hospital Variation, Explained

March 23, 2016

Bronchitis treatment can cost you up to $8000 dollars in a hospital in Boston, MA. The same treatment, in the same region, at a provider of similar size, can cost one-quarter of the price. This a common, but baffling trend