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Contact tracing could become a regular part of office life. @CNN reports on the various ways companies can do that: cellphones, laptop, badge, wearables, and light sensors - and the #privacy concer...

Contact tracing could become a regular part of office life. @CNN reports on the various ways companies can do that: cellphones, laptop, badge, wearables, and light sensors - and the #privacy concer... | Medics | Scoop.it

As more workers return to the office, companies are considering ways to track their employees to help prevent the spread of coronavirus among their workforce.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, June 15, 7:37 PM

WHY IT MATTERS: yes the new normal may include being tracked by governments and employers for contact tracing. At some point the data will need to be be stored somewhere and the question will become: where is it stored? is it secure? is privacy protected?

Paula Spring's curator insight, June 21, 4:05 PM
It seems to be what's wanted to be used to monitor who has COVID-19 and who doesn't.  This would be those who have tested positive, those who have not been tested, and those in recovery.  By contract monitoring, every move made can be calculated.  The results could mean that persons found infected could be made to relocate to a forced quarantine.  The information could present pattern motion as a whole.  Thus, helping calculate where higher infection rates populate and helping to further investigation as to the cause/causes and spread of COVID-19.

Another speculation, it could help provide a system that incorporates police to be able to enforce that known infected persons are regulated to ensure that home quarantine is followed.  It could also help monitor, recovered cases in the possibility of relapse.  Relapse in regards to future contact with active positive cases, and the physical preparedness to relapse or not relapse.
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Best Marketing and Promotion Tips for Telemedicine Professionals 

Best Marketing and Promotion Tips for Telemedicine Professionals  | Medics | Scoop.it

Technology has disrupted every atom of our society, and medicine is no exception. Through the practice of telemedicine, experts can now expand their user base and grow their business, while patients can get quicker access to healthcare than ever before.

 

However, the applications of telemedicine in practice have not been well-marketed enough, resulting in the public being under-informed. That’s why the burden of proof, explaining the concept and actually selling the service comes down to telemedicine professionals themselves.

 

The point of this article is to offer medical professionals ideas to market themselves better and inform their patients about this alternative way of examining them from a distance.

 

1.    Promote yourself on the right websites

In the practice of medicine, patients value credibility and authority above all else. That’s why it’s important to associate your business with a high-authority website that will show potential patients that you’re an expert in your field.

Target websites such as Healthline, WebMD, and others which will help you attract the right audience. Avoid websites that have negative reviews among patients, because your business reputation can be hurt by association.

 

2.    Know your specific target audience

Depending on your area of expertise, you should make sure that if you use online ads for your services they always reach the right people.

 

The plus side of this is that targeting tools that are part of marketing campaigns and platforms will almost always allow you to pinpoint the exact gender and age group that you want.

So, don’t waste your marketing resources by promoting your telemedicine practice to people who don’t need it.


3.    Approach your patients with offers and discounts

Offers and discounts on medical services are never overlooked by people. Especially when someone is looking for advice online for an issue they’re dealing with, the right offer at the right time could help them find their way to you.

 

4.    Set certain marketing goals

Achieving marketing success without a plan is just luck. In most cases, you won’t get very far if you don’t set clear, objective goals.

Specify how you wish to increase the number of your patients as well as your numerical goals for each week, month and year.

 

5.    Start a blog

Blogging and using the right SEO tactics will help you look more professional and help people put their trust in your services and words.

 

This approach is especially beneficial in telemedicine because users frequently search for their symptoms or illnesses online. If you manage to rank first on Google on a medicine-related keyword, you can expect hundreds of patients coming your way.

 

6.    Use social media platforms

Social media platforms can help you better market your business and allow you to attract the right audience without you having to put extra effort or money in advertising your telemedicine services.


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Contact tracing could become a regular part of office life. @CNN reports on the various ways companies can do that: cellphones, laptop, badge, wearables, and light sensors - and the #privacy concer...

Contact tracing could become a regular part of office life. @CNN reports on the various ways companies can do that: cellphones, laptop, badge, wearables, and light sensors - and the #privacy concer... | Medics | Scoop.it

As more workers return to the office, companies are considering ways to track their employees to help prevent the spread of coronavirus among their workforce.


Via Farid Mheir
Abdul Monams insight:
Share your insight
Farid Mheir's curator insight, June 15, 7:37 PM

WHY IT MATTERS: yes the new normal may include being tracked by governments and employers for contact tracing. At some point the data will need to be be stored somewhere and the question will become: where is it stored? is it secure? is privacy protected?

Paula Spring's curator insight, June 21, 4:05 PM
It seems to be what's wanted to be used to monitor who has COVID-19 and who doesn't.  This would be those who have tested positive, those who have not been tested, and those in recovery.  By contract monitoring, every move made can be calculated.  The results could mean that persons found infected could be made to relocate to a forced quarantine.  The information could present pattern motion as a whole.  Thus, helping calculate where higher infection rates populate and helping to further investigation as to the cause/causes and spread of COVID-19.

Another speculation, it could help provide a system that incorporates police to be able to enforce that known infected persons are regulated to ensure that home quarantine is followed.  It could also help monitor, recovered cases in the possibility of relapse.  Relapse in regards to future contact with active positive cases, and the physical preparedness to relapse or not relapse.
omninola's comment, June 23, 1:12 AM
nice