National Dialogue overview

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NAPA's overview presentation of the National Dialogue project we worked on with them

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National Dialogue overview

  1. 1. A National Dialogue On Health Information Technology and Privacy © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  2. 2. Doing What Works ● Ask a clear and compelling question ● Find and encourage early adopters ● Make it easy to play ● Empower the community ● Focus the discussion ● Ensure a value exchange ● Enable discussion based on commonalities rather than conflict © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  3. 3. Collaborative Brainstorming Citizens Text, Links, Video, Seven-Day Time Window engage the question Pictures, Documents, etc. and submit their ideas The Crowd refines ideas, votes the best ones to the top, and invites others in to help “grow” the discussion community Discussion Voting Social Networks Catalysts use their expertise to guide, focus, and track the discussion Actionable, Citizen-Centered Guidance © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  4. 4. The National Dialogue © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  5. 5. Rich, Constructive Dialogue © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  6. 6. Leveraging Social Networks © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  7. 7. Leveraging Social Networks © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  8. 8. Leveraging Social Networks © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  9. 9. Geographic Diversity © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  10. 10. Rural, Urban & Suburban © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  11. 11. Results Site Traffic Analysis ● 4,413 visits by 2,835 unique visitors ● 31,982 pageviews ● Visitors from 80 countries ● Visitors from all 52 states & territories ● Strong diversity in terms of urban, rural, and suburban visitors Site Participation Analysis ● Over 120 totally unique ideas, concerns, stories, and principles ● 500 comments on those ideas ● High sectoral diversity; appx. 1/3 each from the consumer, health IT industry, and government/business/academic/other communities Social Networking Analysis ● 171 Twitter followers ● 529 YouTube views © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration
  12. 12. Log On Today! www.thenationaldialogue.org © 2008 National Academy of Public Administration

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