This keynote will explore the Pew Internet Project’s latest findings on health searches and sharing on the internet and smart phones, as well as how digital technologies allow patient-centered communities to emerge and give care to those who are s...
Susannah Fox participated in a discussion of how the maturation of online social networks, patient communities, and patient blogs affects health and health care.
A very subjective guide to using Twitter to stay up to date on health and technology.
19% of Americans have tried video calls or video chat or teleconferencing online and on cell phones.
Spot the opportunity: Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the U.S. Nearly half of American adults use online social network sites. Networks magnify whatever they are seeded with, for good or for ill.
Susannah Fox will guide a discussion of a combination of tools, content, and community changes that factor into health improvement. But what actually drives behavior change? And are we even asking the right questions?
Social networking may represent an effective way for surgeons to better serve, i.e., to communicate, to educate, to care, for their patients, the public, medical students, residents and the general public.
Trends in technology use and adoption among African-Americans and Latinos
Aaron Smith will speak at CAPAF’s Internet Advocacy Roundtable to discuss how to best use social media to engage and mobilize diverse constituencies.
What will happen when the untapped knowledge of every patient, of every caregiver, of everyone who has something of value to share actually has the opportunity to share it?