Health 2.0 featured a panel devoted to the “new environment for better health care decisions.” I shared some new findings and I’d love to hear what you think: [Update: the video of my talk is now online.] Where I work, at the Pew Research Center, we use data to hold up a mirror to society so you […]
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I plan to write more about my field trip to the future California, but for now here is the Storify I created about one incredible panel: Unmentionables 2013 at Health 2.0 Santa Clara. [&amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=”//storify.com/SusannahFox/unmentionables-2013″ target=”_blank”&amp;amp;amp;gt;View the story “Unmentionables 2013” on Storify&amp;amp;amp;lt;/a&amp;amp;amp;gt;]
“The tools are in place. The culture is shifting to expect that people have access to information and each other. There is mounting evidence that connecting patients with each other and with their data can have a positive effect on health outcomes…” – Health Care Hackers I’ll speak today at Health 2.0 Santa Clara about […]
I will speak on Monday in Bilbao at an event with 3 names but one goal: to understand how to use social media to innovate and improve health, with a special focus on evidence and the future. I’m looking forward to learning from my hosts and listening to two beautiful languages.
I’m re-sexifying the top of this post since it’s so long and I want people to get these key take-aways (read on for details on each one): Expect clinical trial participants to share news with their networks. Plan accordingly. Make your information attractive and share-able where people already are, on Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, etc. Find […]
A new interview with Stephen Wolfram on “why he thinks your life should be measured, analyzed, and improved” popped up on the same day that American Medical News ran a story advising clinicians to look for “red flags” like unfilled prescriptions and delayed screenings since it may mean the patient has lost their job or […]