Emergency room overcrowding continues to be a struggle for many hospitals and healthcare organizations. Between 1995 and 2010, annual ER visits in the U.S. grew by 34%, while the number of hospitals with ERs declined by 11%. The Affordable Care Act will likely place even more strain on these overcrowded ERs as millions of previously uninsured Americans gain healthcare coverage. In fact, ER physicians are already reporting increased volume in 2014. The online degree program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University created an infographic that shows the impact ER overcrowding has on care delivery and explores solutions to the problem. Check it out!