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Are social networks the answer to chronic care?

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The Young Adult and Family Center at the University of California at San Francisco's Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics is using social networking technology to deliver mental health services to adolescents, young adults and veterans who need additional care or who might not otherwise receive care. In this case, the social networks are private and secured, only for the use of patients and related caregivers.

Kim P. Norman, MD, distinguished professor of adolescent and young adult health at the University of California, San Francisco, and founder and director of the Young Adult and Family Center, will discuss the center's pioneering healthcare IT work in an educational session at HIMSS16 titled "Create Chronic Disease Services Using Secure Social Networks."

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Norman explained that along with other clinical research teams across the country, UCSF is using personal health social networks to create scalable clinical interventions that "allow us to overcome the barriers of distance, a dearth of clinical resources, stigma, and expense that make it so hard for us to provide quality healthcare services to remote and underserved populations."

Norman will discuss how caregivers at the UCSF center leverage secure social networks to reach veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, to help underserved youth and their families overcome trauma and to aid high school and college students in building resiliency skills.

Norman said that healing, by its very nature, is social, and that social technology lends itself to the healing process.

"Technology can create true collaborative care among multiple providers in multiple systems of care, and secure social media can serve as a virtual psychotherapy office," Norman said. "My colleagues and I also are focusing on integrating mental health services into medical care programs for chronic diseases using personal social networks, including to deliver better cancer, diabetes and dementia care."

Innovative clinical programs leveraging cloud-based medical-grade records and also tie together patients with families and other non-medical caretakers, Norman said, arming them with access to relevant data.

"We use private, secure social networks to build longitudinal relationships with our patients and their families to extend care beyond the traditional points of service into the home, school and community, and, for the first time, to integrate behavioral health and the social context of patient care within chronic disease care programs," Norman explained. "We believe this is the future of chronic disease care."



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10 Digital Health Trends for the Next 20 Years

The Digital Health Revolution is upon us. Here are the ten trends that will impact each and everyone of us in the coming years to help us live healthier, stronger and smarter lives, for longer.


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Mutuelle BonneAssurance's curator insight, July 15, 2014 8:53 AM

Wow! Super intéressant, pour peu qu'on comprenne un peu l'anglais! 

Ian Sibbald's curator insight, July 18, 2014 5:29 AM

Bit of "big picture" future-speculation and extrapolation  - thoughtful (and thought-provoking) context in a set of slides on some big trends for the next 20 years.

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Six ways social media can improve your health

Social media has markedly changed the way people interact with their healthcare providers, changing the status quo when it comes to accountability and taking control of decisions. The factors that set social media apart from other forms of communication include its immediacy, interactivity, and that the fact that a significant amount of the content is developed by the user, rather than the provider.

As is generally the case with social media, its effects have been both positive and negative. Understanding these effects is central to ensuring that we get the most use out of it, with minimal risks.

In its recent publication, Social Media “likes” healthcare, PWC found that 42% of consumers in the United States have used social media to access health-related consumer reviews (e.g. of treatments or physicians). Nearly 30% have supported a health cause, 25% have posted about their health experience, and 20% have joined a health forum or community. The implication here is that there is an enormous amount of information available that has been created by the consumers of health services.

Read more: http://forumblog.org/2014/06/social-media-health/


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Doktersrecept VOOR SOCIALE MEDIA

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As an experiment,  I immersed myself in social media for the past three months.  I started this blog, joined Twitter, LinkedIn,
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13 Social Media Best Practices for Healthcare Brands

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It’s safe to say that social media is here to stay. Facebook recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and there’s no end in sight. Countless other interactive platforms are sprouting up on a regular basis, making it nearly impossible to determine where your time should be spent developing content and connecting with healthcare consumers.


The American Marketing Association’s Marketing News journal even refers to social media as “old-school.” Social engagement has transitioned from being a shiny, new object to a customer service and healthcare marketing necessity.


Many brands — particularly in healthcare — find social media to be intriguing, yet illusive. Valuable, but not quite sure how to successfully utilize the social networking websites. And how exactly do you measure success anyway? Algorithms are constantly changing. New Apps are developed at lightning speed.  The rules of engagement are being rewritten every year.


Read more: http://gojunto.com/13-social-media-best-practices-for-healthcare-brands/


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C. Todd Livengood's curator insight, April 2, 2014 7:29 AM

"We all know that no one wants to think of a hospital when they don’t have to. That’s why it’s critical to have a page that people want to engage with, and find useful, valuable information along the way."

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Social media in Nederland 2014: jongeren blijven Facebook trouw

Social media in Nederland 2014: jongeren blijven Facebook trouw | TwitterKliniek - Social Media in de Zorg | Scoop.it
Ondanks signalen die het tegendeel lijken aan te geven, is het gebruik van Facebook het afgelopen jaar gestegen. Er zijn 8,9 miljoen Nederlanders van 15 jaar en ouder die gebruikmaken van Facebook....

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American Red Cross Digital Operations Center

For more information visit http://www.radian6.com/ We recently had the opportunity to learn more about how the American Red Cross is using their new Digital ...

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This article details the first-ever Digital Operations Center (the DigiDOC) devoted to humanitarian relief efforts at the American Red Cross (ARC), which provides a holistic view of all public conversation about any given emergency. The DigiDOC uses text analytics to identify and aggregate public comments and posts on various social mediums, to turn relevant data into actionable data and facilitate real-time responses.

 

Further information regarding the types of visualizations the DigiDOC displays (Heat Map, Community, Universe, and Conversation Dashboard) can be found at http://idisaster.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/american-red-cross-digital-ops-your-questions-their-answers/. Overall, these have improved the ARC’s ability to source data and identify trends in disaster-affected areas, better anticipate and respond to disaster needs, and help connect people to the necessary resources during emergencies. Therefore, these changes have enabled greater efficiency and enhanced legitimacy for their humanitarian services, as well as increased overall public engagement.

 

However, with many people having the power to publicly broadcast real-time information, there is a risk of false reports—particularly for disaster relief organizations. As the magnitude of similar needs will determine the response to deploy, this example emphasizes the importance for organizations to develop a protocol to filter the “cries for help” from the “cries of wolf”.

 

 

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The Benefits to Leveraging Social Media in Healthcare (video 3)

Video transcriptie te volgen: Welkom terug! Mijn naam is Dean Berg en u kijkt de instructievideo's serie van Anicca Media over de voordelen (en. ..
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The Internet and Health

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Een infographic een opsomming van de belangrijkste bevindingen van internet en gezondheid rapporten.

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C. Todd Livengood's curator insight, March 21, 2014 1:45 PM

Do you have the content that consumers are looking for?

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24 Outstanding Statistics on How Social Media has Impacted Health Care

24 Outstanding Statistics on How Social Media has Impacted Health Care | TwitterKliniek - Social Media in de Zorg | Scoop.it
Communicatie is verstoord door middel van social media, maar hoe heeft de gezondheidszorg faired? Duik in een analyse van 24 statistieken over het onderwerp.
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24 Statistieken over hoe Social Media de Gezondheidszorg beïnvloed heeft

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Doing Social Media Right In Healthcare

IMS Health's Siva Nadarajah (Director, Social Media Solutions) discusses social media trends in healthcare and outlines how IMS Health helps its life science...
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Definitie, kernwaarden en voorwaarden van social media voor culturele sector

Definitie, kernwaarden en Voorwaarden van social media tips: 1. Zorg ervoor dat-social media Worden Gedragen deur de entire organization. Zegt doe JE bijvoorbeel ...
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#SocialAtMayo - Mayo Clinic's Social Media Guidelines

Mayo Clinic moedigt professionele en paramedische medewerkers om social media tools adequaat en productief te gebruiken. Deze video, oorspronkelijk geproduceerd voor mei ...
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How digital opinion leaders differ to KOLs at pharma congress

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How digital opinion leaders affect online congress conversation and why pharma need to have a suitable engagement strategy

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De l'importance de l'écoute du web et des réseaux sociaux  pour des questions d'ereputation, pour monitorer son activité sociale, pour mieux comprendre les attentes et besoins des patients mais aussi pour trouver les DOL..Digital Opinion Leaders.

 

Quelques laboratoires l'ont compris..certains croient encore que ce n'est pas la vraie vie  !

 

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Lionel Reichardt / le Pharmageek's curator insight, March 7, 1:31 AM

De l'importance de l'écoute du web et des réseaux sociaux  pour des questions d'ereputation, pour monitorer son activité sociale, pour mieux comprendre les attentes et besoins des patients mais aussi pour trouver les DOL..Digital Opinion Leaders.

 

Quelques laboratoires l'ont compris..certains croient encore que ce n'est pas la vraie vie  !

 

Si le sujet vous intéresse n hésitez pas à me contacter

Pere Florensa's curator insight, March 9, 4:03 AM

De l'importance de l'écoute du web et des réseaux sociaux  pour des questions d'ereputation, pour monitorer son activité sociale, pour mieux comprendre les attentes et besoins des patients mais aussi pour trouver les DOL..Digital Opinion Leaders.

 

Quelques laboratoires l'ont compris..certains croient encore que ce n'est pas la vraie vie  !

 

Si le sujet vous intéresse n hésitez pas à me contacter

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Content Ideas For Your Hospital Social Media Channels

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Keep a themed schedule. For example, Motivation Monday or Trivia Tuesday. This will make it easy for your marketing team to create content for a specific day.Be educational. People are following you for health-related information. Why not provide them with healthy tips that are related to health such as exercise, nutrition and check-up reminders.Make the best of photos and video testimonials. People are visual. If you can show them a photo or short video of a happy patient, your followers are sure to like, comment, retweet, +1 and share it.  All good things in the world of social media!

 

Read more: http://www.waxcom.com/impressions/2014/06/19/tips-to-create-unique-social-media-content-for-your-hospital/


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Bigfish Blog: Hey Doc, Patients First on Social Media

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Hé dokter, patiënten eerst op Social Media

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Het geheim van een succesvolle social media strategie begint met het bepalen voor wie je het doet en waarom

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Hoe te kiezen tussen Facebook en LinkedIn - JulienRio.com

Hoe te kiezen tussen Facebook en LinkedIn - JulienRio.com | TwitterKliniek - Social Media in de Zorg | Scoop.it
Choosing between Facebook and LinkedIn might not be an easy choice. You probably know both platforms as a user. Let's try to analyze those two systems in order for you to decide which one to use.
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Activeer de gunfactor van je organisatie met social media - Frankwatching

Activeer de gunfactor van je organisatie met social media - Frankwatching | TwitterKliniek - Social Media in de Zorg | Scoop.it
Wedden dat je niet altijd naar het beste restaurant gaat? Je kiest het bedrijf dat je het gunt. Hoe activeer je die gunfactor met social media?

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Ook relevant voor ziekenhuizen en zorginstellingen. 

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Twitter stimuleert tv kijken op meerdere manieren [onderzoek] | Twittermania

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Twitter en TV, we hebben er al vaker over geschreven en steeds weer zien we dat mensen die Twitter als tweede scherm bij tv kijken positieve effecten heeft voor de programmamakers, adverteerders en oo

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The Intersection of Health Care, Social Media, and Digital Strategy ...

Hoe worden nieuwe tools en technologie beïnvloeden organiseren en belangenbehartiging rond gezondheidszorg? Een levendige paneldiscussie bedekt veranderende demografie en sociale media gebruik, hoe activisten van sociale media kunnen gebruiken om te pleiten ...
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Creating patient-physician synergy with social media - Stanford Medicine X 2013

Creating patient-physician synergy with social media A panel discussion about how as clinicians our practice and interaction with both our patients and patie...
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Social media in healthcare report 2014

Een rapport van IMS Instituut voor Informatica van de Gezondheidszorg over het gebruik van sociale media in de zorg door zowel patiënten als professionals.

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Topical News: Social Media Lessons and Tools

http://www.einstein.yu.edu - 5 april 2012 - Social media is het transformeren van hoe artsen en patiënten met elkaar omgaan. Hoe moeten artsen gebruik maken van sociale media? Welke instrumenten ...
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Exclusive: Singapore Police social media use - FutureGov Magazine

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Exclusief: Singapore Politie sociale media te gebruiken FutureGov Magazine In een exclusief interview met FutureGov, Fong Weng Kiong, adjunct-directeur (Beleid & Ontwikkeling), afdeling Public Affairs van Singapore Police Force (SPF) laat zien hoe het agentschap ...
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Doctors Using Social Media to Educate Patients: A Day with Seattle Mama Doc

Dr Wendy Sue Swanson is een kinderarts die blogs als Seattle Mama Doc Seattle Children's Hospital. Neem een kijkje achter de schermen met haar in Seattle Children's, w ...
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