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Healthcare pros are feeling lukewarm on Google Fit debut

Healthcare pros are feeling lukewarm on Google Fit debut | Health Care Social Media | Scoop.it
Google announced its Google Fit health platform at Google I/O on Wednesday, and while the overall response was good, some in the healthcare world question whether Google Fit will ultimately do much...
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Love the quote - "Real change will come when patients, doctors, and actionable health data can be found in the same place"

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Pharma Corporate Wikipedia Analysis

An analysis of Pharmaceutical company Wikipedia corporate pages. It looks at the views, edits and other statistics relating to the Top 5 Pharma companies an...
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Slideshare on Wikipedia that seems to have generated the most interest!

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In Today's Healthcare Model, the Internet Influences All Phases of ...

In Today's Healthcare Model, the Internet Influences All Phases of ... | Health Care Social Media | Scoop.it
Marjorie Reedy, director of insights and innovation at Merck, was able to share a few of these stories during her recent presentation at ePharma's “University Day” session. ...
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Nice stats across the patient journey, all stages and all ages need to be considered...

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Caution Prescribed When Researching Medical Conditions on Wikipedia

A study found that nine out of 10 public-edited Wikipedia articles on common medical conditions contained factual errors when compared to peer-reviewed resources.

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Thanks Olivier! Interesting the video urges more HCPs to start editing Wikipedia to improve the quality of the information.

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5 Ways Social Media Helps Promote Good Health

5 Ways Social Media Helps Promote Good Health | Health Care Social Media | Scoop.it
Alexander B. Howard (@digiphile) is the Government 2.0 Washington Correspondent for O’Reilly Media, where he reports on technology, open government and online civics. He will sh...
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Five things big pharma can learn from the rare disease community

Five things big pharma can learn from the rare disease community | Health Care Social Media | Scoop.it

Companies in the rare disease space have learned lessons big pharma can use too:

 

1. Patient engagement starts in clinical trials

2. Silence isn't safe

3. Support must go beyond the brand

4. Don't wait for a crisis

5. True innovation begins with outcomes


Via Andrew Spong
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Andrew Spong's curator insight, March 6, 2014 4:16 AM

A lovely piece by Wendy White from last week. Recommended.

rob halkes's curator insight, March 6, 2014 4:35 AM

We can guide pharma to innovate, but they must implement it themselves .. ;-)

MyHealthShare's curator insight, March 8, 2014 7:00 AM

Five things big pharma can learn from the rare disease community | http://myhealthshare.org @andrewspong http://sco.lt/...