Yearly Archives: 2018

Visualizing Annual Reports and the Donaghue Foundation

Recently I was engaged to help the Donaghue Foundation re-imagine parts of its 2017 Annual Report. I was thrilled to work on this project, as the important work the Foundation does is completely in alignment with what I believe about … Continue reading

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Only Charlotte Needs a Web

Recently my colleague and HealthDataViz Senior Consultant Janet Steeger sent me the graph below and an associated article, with the subject line “Blog Posting?”. (Click to expand) Incredulousness was quickly followed by inspiration. How, we wondered, could super-smart people use … Continue reading

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Can’t See the Forest for the Treemaps

I’m sure you’ve heard the expression “Can’t see the forest for the trees.” It describes someone far too involved in the details of a problem or situation to grasp its entirety; (s)he has lost sight of overall goals — the … Continue reading

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Intersecting Indicators and Time to Think

I want to send a very big and public thank you to the Health Informatics and Financial Reporting leadership at Johns Hopkins Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, for instructing their teams to put an away message on e-mail, shut … Continue reading

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