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The 2013 CMO's Guide To The Social Media Landscape

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Our inaugural “CMO’s Guide To The Social Media Landscape,” in 2010, included the top players of the day: Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, YouTube, Digg, StumbleUpon, Yahoo, Reddit, and Delicious. As the social sphere continued to grow and change, we added a couple more for the 2011 edition: YouTube and Tumblr. Then, with things really heating up, we grew the chart by five for 2012, this time adding Google+, SlideShare, Quora, Instagram, and Pinterest.

So what does 2013’s version look like? Ten, 15, 20, or more entries?

 


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Great tool for Pharma Marketers - internal lobbying and learning. If you follow this you'll already be asking yourself some of the important questions upstream - bravo to you!

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It’s not just about big data: here’s why small data matters to your health

It’s not just about big data: here’s why small data matters to your health | Pharma Data and Multichannel Marketing | Scoop.it
The “digital exhaust” from your mobile phones and other devices could give doctors a valuable window into your wellbeing.

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HURRAH - MODEL FOR THE WORLD - The Netherlands to Abandon Multiculturalism shift priority to the values of the Dutch people.

HURRAH - MODEL FOR THE WORLD - The Netherlands to Abandon Multiculturalism shift priority to the values of the Dutch people. | Pharma Data and Multichannel Marketing | Scoop.it
The Netherlands , where six per cent of the population is now Muslim, is scrapping multiculturalism: The Dutch government says it will abandon the long-stand

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The government will also stop offering special subsidies for Muslim immigrants because, according to Donner; “It is not the government’s job to integrate immigrants.” (How bloody true). The government will introduce new legislation that outlaws forced marriages and will also impose tougher measures against Muslim immigrants who lower their chances of employment by the way they dress. More specifically, the government will impose a ban on face-covering, Islamic burqas as of January 1, 2013.  NOTE: Muslim immigrants leave their countries of birth because of civil and political unrest “CREATED BY THE VERY NATURE OF THEIR CULTURE If Muslims do not wish to accept another culture, the answer is simple; “STAY WHERE YOU ARE!!” “Or go back to where you were!”

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89% of US physicians would recommend a health app to a patient

89% of US physicians would recommend a health app to a patient | Pharma Data and Multichannel Marketing | Scoop.it

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Dave Burianek's comment, May 15, 2014 8:45 AM
I think this is interesting.. and as we think about the whole integrated care delivery model, this data and information will play a critical part. Of those practices that Humana will own or be part of in a significant way, I believe we can make this happen. For those docs with small practices, we would need to find the right motivation to have them leverage this info. Do we offer it to them? such as ipads for usage during an office visit? we have to make it simple yet provide the best information so they could provide the best quality of care.
Scott Normandin's comment, May 16, 2014 10:24 PM
the question begs: is/are applications that make access to health care the domain of the younger generation, or as some would content, are applications an additional level of complication to our senior population. Personal experience from the lens of my parents is that "absent" a vetted and universally adopted application that supports a universal view for all, this may by perceived as the "new best new toy" and fade with time. Our seniors; albeit are digital immigrants, working their way into the development of new technologies clumsily, whereas Gen X/Y find the technology adaptable, available and importantly expendable when the next best thing comes available. What defines consumerization: speed of development and release, or the ability to support end users?
Scott Normandin's comment, May 16, 2014 10:24 PM
the question begs: is/are applications that make access to health care the domain of the younger generation, or as some would content, are applications an additional level of complication to our senior population. Personal experience from the lens of my parents is that "absent" a vetted and universally adopted application that supports a universal view for all, this may by perceived as the "new best new toy" and fade with time. Our seniors; albeit are digital immigrants, working their way into the development of new technologies clumsily, whereas Gen X/Y find the technology adaptable, available and importantly expendable when the next best thing comes available. What defines consumerization: speed of development and release, or the ability to support end users?
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INFOGRAPHIC: The Mobile Advertising Ecosystem Explained

INFOGRAPHIC: The Mobile Advertising Ecosystem Explained | Pharma Data and Multichannel Marketing | Scoop.it
Complexities, fractures, and opportunities galore. ; (The #Mobile #Advertising Ecosystem Explained http://t.co/d4QLyr12w2)

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Building a Better App | healthcare technology

Building a Better App | healthcare technology | Pharma Data and Multichannel Marketing | Scoop.it

Consumer health IT can dramatically impact patient care by facilitating such vital functions as medication management, remote patient monitoring, and tighter communication between patients and their care providers.


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