Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0 Applications
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The terms medicine 2.0 and health 2.0 were now used to describe medicine and health internet applications.
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Digital Commons | Research on Institutional Repositories | Berkeley Electronic Press

Articles, presentations, and other resources on institutional repositories and open access publishing.
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Mendeley and Elsevier – here’s more info | Mendeley Blog

Mendeley and Elsevier – here’s more info | Mendeley Blog | Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0 Applications | Scoop.it
  [caption id=attachment_44494 align=alignleft width=525] Victor Henning, Mendeley Co-Founder, speaks at the ScienceBusiness Awards 2012
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2013 National Drug Strategy Released – Health Rhetoric Doesn't Match "Lock 'em Up" Reality | Drug Policy Alliance

2013 National Drug Strategy Released – Health Rhetoric Doesn't Match "Lock 'em Up" Reality | Drug Policy Alliance | Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0 Applications | Scoop.it
2013 National Drug Strategy Released – Health Rhetoric Doesn't Match "Lock 'em Up" Reality http://t.co/j98osU0Vo3
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FDAble: Search FDA MedWatch AERS, MAUDE & VAERS Databases

FDAble: Search FDA MedWatch AERS, MAUDE & VAERS Databases | Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0 Applications | Scoop.it
Search FDA MedWatch Drug, Vaccine and Medical Device Adverse Event Data
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More Than 85% of Hospitals Are Participating in MU Incentive Programs | Healthcare Information Technology

More Than 85% of Hospitals Are Participating in MU Incentive Programs | Healthcare Information Technology | Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0 Applications | Scoop.it
More than 85 percent of hospitals are currently participating in the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Records Incentive Programs, and 75 percent of them have received incentive payments for meaningful use of EHRs as of March 2013, according...
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