Practicing Medicine in the Web 2.0 Era

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How e-patients will shape the future of medicine. A presentation I presented at a Health 2.0 event in Nijmegen, The Netherlands on the 24th of March, 2009.

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Practicing Medicine in the Web 2.0 Era

  1. 1. Practicing Medicine in the Web 2.0 Era AcuteZorg.nl Health 2.0 Event Nijmegen, 24. 03. 2009. Bertalan Meskó Managing director of Webicina.com Author of Scienceroll.com
  2. 2. An ordinary doctor visit in the future
  3. 3. Patient communicates with the doctor via webcam
  4. 4. It works... Hawaii Medical Service
  5. 5. They will access their medical records on-line Google Health
  6. 6. Their genomic data is also on a secure USB drive
  7. 7. They check the possible side effects and interactions of the drugs they have been prescribed on Pharmasurveyor.com
  8. 8. And write a post on their blog...
  9. 9. Meanwhile, their doctor uses RSS feed to be up-to-date
  10. 10. Checks Google Calendar for patient appointments
  11. 11. Uploads medical cases Medting.com
  12. 12. Collaborates online Google Docs
  13. 13. Guides his patient online!
  14. 14. That's not the solution
  15. 15. What is the concept of web 2.0?
  16. 16. This concept of quot;Web 2.0quot; seems to be like Pink Floyd lyrics: It can mean different things to different people
  17. 17. This concept of quot;Web 2.0quot; seems to be like Pink Floyd lyrics: It can mean different things to different people depending on your state of mind. Kevin Maney
  18. 18. You can find your favourite content
  19. 19. Web 2.0 services are inter- related
  20. 20. Past Present
  21. 21. Used to read medical books, but you cannot read a medical book at the patient's bedside
  22. 22. Now reading e-books and using medical softwares
  23. 23. Lack of resources
  24. 24. Numerous online resources
  25. 25. A few medical bloggers
  26. 26. >1000 medical bloggers
  27. 27. >1000 medical bloggers “More researchers should engage with the blogosphere” Nature 457, 1058 (26 February 2009)
  28. 28. Used to read a few medical papers in the library
  29. 29. Following hundreds of journals with RSS
  30. 30. Or even more easily Webicina.com – PeRSSonalized Medicine
  31. 31. Personalize your medical news resources Add Pubmed searches
  32. 32. Used to sit in classrooms
  33. 33. Sitting in virtual classrooms in Second Life ammc.wordpress.com
  34. 34. Scifoo Lives On conferences
  35. 35. No matter how you look like
  36. 36. What matters is the content you publish
  37. 37. Support information
  38. 38. „The view from a wheelchair”
  39. 39. Heart Murmur Simulation
  40. 40. Used to contact colleagues by telephone
  41. 41. The youngest Twitter user?
  42. 42. The youngest Twitter user?
  43. 43. Live surgery Henry Ford Hospital
  44. 44. Live surgery Henry Ford Hospital
  45. 45. Vasectomy: live #kevsnip
  46. 46. Used to search the entire web
  47. 47. Using Sciencerollsearch.com
  48. 48. Pubmed FaceOff for researchers
  49. 49. Used to read medical articles
  50. 50. Listening to podcasts
  51. 51. Ordinary patients
  52. 52. E-patients maartensjourney.com sixuntilme.com
  53. 53. Ordinary doctors
  54. 54. Web-savvy doctors Jay Parkinson
  55. 55. Lack of networking = time bomb for patients
  56. 56. On-line community sites
  57. 57. Unselected, uncontrolled information
  58. 58. Diabetes 2.0 webicina.com/diabetes
  59. 59. Depression 2.0 webicina.com/depression
  60. 60. On-line reputation Patients do a search for the doctor's name
  61. 61. On-line reputation?
  62. 62. Dr. Flea's story
  63. 63. Dr. Flea's story Do not blog anonymously!
  64. 64. But!
  65. 65. There are too many tools, sites, services, and we don't have that much time
  66. 66. The main concept of web 2.0 is that you don't need IT knowledge
  67. 67. And we have tools to fight the dangers Health on the net Foundation Healthcare Bloggers Code of Ethics Editing guidelines of medical wikis
  68. 68. Medical professionals must be able, ready and qualified to meet the expectations of e-patients. Because it's not the technology or web 2.0 that will shape the future of medicine, but e-patients will change the way medicine is practiced and healthcare is delivered.
  69. 69. Medicine 2.0 University Credit Course med20course.wordpress.com
  70. 70. Medicine 2.0 University Credit Course med20course.wordpress.com Week 1: Web 2.0 and Medicine Week 6: Medicine in Second Life Week 2: The medical Week 7: Doctors and the Media blogosphere Week 8: Education 2.0 Week 3: How to use RSS? Week 9: Medical Search Engines Week 4: Wikipedia and Medical Wikis Week 10: The Future of Medicine Week 5: E-patients and Online Medical Communities
  71. 71. Such a course can help students and doctors enter the web 2.0 era.
  72. 72. Medical Education Evolution: Join us and let's shape together the future of medical education! medschoolevolution.ning.com
  73. 73. The future? Semantic search
  74. 74. Hakia.com We will ask questions and will hopefully get relevant answers
  75. 75. Thank you for your attention! If you have questions: berci.mesko@gmail.com Scienceroll.com Webicina.com

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