Last month, the Connected Health Symposium at Harvard Medical School saw a first: a full-length case study in participatory medicine, described concurrently by both the patient and his physician.
Hunter Gatewood likens early adopters to "happy dogs in a pile of sticks" and says that in order to spread change you need to recruit the "hesitant cat, waiting to see what works."
I presented our latest data on social media and health to the Center for Connected Health's 2008 Symposium in Boston.
The internet has changed people's expectations of their relationship with health professionals. One possible next step is the concept of participatory medicine.
The New York Times quoted our data in an article entitled Logging On for a Second (or Third) Opinion. We happen to be preparing our next health...
The National Institutes of Health recently gathered a group of consumers and people who study them to discuss how to "chart the next course for NIH communications."
A recent workshop gave me new insights into the strengths and weaknesses of our data.
Ha Tu and Genna Cohen of the released their latest report on how Americans gather health information.
People turn to the internet for health information when the stakes are high and the connection fast.
The Pew Internet Project recently updated our top three Latest Trends charts: Who's Online, Internet Activities, and Daily Internet Activities.