Why Technology Should Matter to Health Research Networks

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The majority of health research networks rely on basic technologies to support their distributed collaboration. This presentation is a brief introduction to a new class of technologies, enterprise social networks (ESNs), that can better host their collaboration and increase the probability of successful outcomes.

This presentation is Part 1 in our series looking at enterprise social networks in health research. Solvable Health aims to inspire health research leaders and participants to implement new approaches & technologies to support greater collaboration.

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Why Technology Should Matter to Health Research Networks

  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO ENTERPRISESOCIAL NETWORKS (ESNs)SOLVABLEHEALTH.COM@SOLVABLEHEALTHINFO@SOLVABLE.COHEALTHCREDIT: ZYNCRO
  2. 2. WE ALL HAVE A GREAT DEAL ATSTAKE IN THE PRODUCTIVITYAND INNOVATION OF HEALTHRESEARCH NETWORKS.
  3. 3. SOLVABLE HEALTH AIMS TOINSPIRE HEALTH RESEARCHLEADERS AND PARTICIPANTSTO IMPLEMENT NEWAPPROACHES &TECHNOLOGIES TO SUPPORTGREATER COLLABORATION.
  4. 4. BY LEVERAGING THEENVIRONMENTS WHERERESEARCH CAN OCCUR
  5. 5. AND BUILDING CONNECTIONSAMONG PARTICIPANTS THATTRANSFORM NETWORKS.
  6. 6. THE MAJORITY OF HEALTHRESEARCH NETWORKS RELYON BASIC TECHNOLOGIES TOSUPPORT THEIR DISTRIBUTEDCOLLABORATION.THIS PRESENTATION IS A BRIEFINTRODUCTION TO A NEW CLASS OFTECHNOLOGIES, ENTERPRISE SOCIALNETWORKS, THAT CAN BETTERHOST THEIR COLLABORATION ANDINCREASE THE PROBABILITY OFSUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES.
  7. 7. “To reap the full benefit of social technologies,organizations [networks] must transform theirstructures, processes, and cultures: they willneed to become more open and non-hierarchicaland to create a culture of trust. Ultimately, thepower of social technologies hinges on the full andenthusiastic participation of employees [members]who are not afraid to share their thoughts and trustthat their contributions will be respected. Creatingthese conditions will be far more challenging thanimplementing the technologies themselves.”- McKinsey Global Institute
  8. 8. WHY ESNs ARE WORTH ADOPTING1 NETWORK ENGAGEMENT2 ACCESS PEOPLE, CONTENT, DEVICES3 HARNESS NETWORK EFFECTS4 REAL-TIME AND ASYNCH COLLABORATION5 PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING6 CENTRALIZATED DISTRIBUTED GROUPS7 POROUS BOUNDARIES INSIDE OUTSIDETHE NETWORK8 CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT
  9. 9. FEATURES: CLEAN INTERFACE, QUICK TO POST, COMMUNICATION PREFERENCES, FILTERINGEASECREDIT: SOCIALCAST | FEATURES SHOWN: CLEAN UI, QUICK TO POST, FILTERING
  10. 10. “Knowledge translation is of critical importance tohealth research, as it has become clear that thecreation of new knowledge often does not, on itsown, lead to widespread implementation or impactson health. From CIHR’s perspective, accountabilityfrom the federal and provincial governments, aswell as the public, makes it increasingly importantto demonstrate the benefits of the investmentof taxpayer dollars in health research by movingresearch into policy, programs and practice.”- Canadian Institutes for Health Research
  11. 11. FEATURES: REPOSITORY, VERSION TRACKING, RATINGS, COMMENTING, SHARING, UNIVERSAL SEARCHKNOWLEDGEMANAGEMENT TRANSLATIONCREDIT: CONFLUENCE | FEATURES SHOWN: UNIVERSAL SEARCH
  12. 12. FEATURES: REPOSITORY, VERSION TRACKING, RATINGS, COMMENTING, SHARING, UNIVERSAL SEARCHCREDIT: IGLOO | FEATURES SHOWN: VERSION TRACKING, RANKING, COMMENTING, SHARINGKNOWLEDGEMANAGEMENT TRANSLATION
  13. 13. FEATURES: SHARING, RATINGS, RECOMMENDATION ALGORITHM, INTEREST TRACKINGCONTENTDISCOVERYCREDIT: IGLOO | FEATURES SHOWN: SHARING, RATINGS, INTEREST TRACKING
  14. 14. “IMPROVED COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATIONTHROUGH SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES COULD RAISE THEPRODUCTIVITY OF INTERACTION WORKERS BY 20-25%”
  15. 15. FEATURES: CALENDAR, TASK TRACKING, DOCUMENTS, MEMBERS, UPDATES, ACTIVITIESPROJECTMANAGEMENTCREDIT: IGLOO | FEATURES SHOWN: CALENDAR, DOCUMENTS, MEMBERS, ACTIVITIES
  16. 16. FEATURES: TRANPARENT GOALS, PROGRESS TRACKING, REPORTINGGOALALIGNMENTCREDIT: ENVISIO | FEATURES SHOWN: TRANPARENT GOALS, PROGRESS TRACKING, REPORTING
  17. 17. MEMBERDISCOVERYCREDIT: CHATTER | FEATURES SHOWN: BIO, CONTACT INFO, RELATIONSHIPS, ACTIVITYFEATURES: EXPERTISE, INTERESTS, BIO, CONTACT, RELATIONSHIPS, ACTIVITY, CHAT, MARKETPLACE, PRAISE
  18. 18. COMMUNITYBUILDINGCREDIT: YAMMER | FEATURES SHOWN: CHATFEATURES: EXPERTISE, INTERESTS, BIO, CONTACT, RELATIONSHIPS, ACTIVITY, CHAT, PRAISE
  19. 19. COMMUNITYBUILDINGCREDIT: SOCIALCAST | FEATURES SHOWN: PRAISEFEATURES: EXPERTISE, INTERESTS, BIO, CONTACT, RELATIONSHIPS, ACTIVITY, CHAT, PRAISE
  20. 20. FEATURES: PROJECT AND TASK GROUPINGS, INVITATIONS, INTERNAL EXTERNAL NETWORKSNETWORKSUB-GROUPSCREDIT: YAMMER | FEATURES SHOWN: INVITATIONS, INTERNAL EXTERNAL NETWORKS
  21. 21. FEATURES: SYNCHRONOUS + ASYNCHRONOUS EDITING, AUTHOR TRACKING, VERSION TRACKING, PERMISSIONSDOCUMENTCO-CREATIONCREDIT: YAMMER | FEATURES SHOWN: SYNCHRONOUS EDITING, AUTHOR TRACKING
  22. 22. FEATURES: POSTS, RATINGS, SHARING, REFINEMENT, ESCALATIONIDEATIONCREDIT: SOCIALCAST | FEATURES SHOWN: POSTS, RATINGS
  23. 23. FEATURES: STORE, DOWNLOADS, RATINGS, PEER USEAPPINTEGRATIONCREDIT: YAMMER | FEATURES SHOWN: STORE, DOWNLOADS, PEER USE
  24. 24. MEASUREMENTCREDIT: YAMMER | FEATURES SHOWN: ENGAGEMENT, SENTIMENT, INTERVENTION EFFICACYFEATURES: ADOPTION, ACTIVITY, GROWTH, ENGAGEMENT, TRENDING, SENTIMENT, INTERVENTION EFFICACY
  25. 25. FEATURES: ADOPTION, ACTIVITY, GROWTH, ENGAGEMENT, TRENDING, SENTIMENT, INTERVENTION EFFICACYMEASUREMENTCREDIT: YAMMER | FEATURES SHOWN: ADOPTION, ACTIVITY, GROWTH, ENGAGEMENT
  26. 26. CREDIT: JIVE | FEATURES SHOWN: ADOPTION, ACTIVITY, GROWTH, ENGAGEMENTFEATURES: ADOPTION, ACTIVITY, GROWTH, ENGAGEMENT, TRENDING, SENTIMENT, INTERVENTION EFFICACYMEASUREMENT
  27. 27. FEATURES: USER-BASED PERMISSIONS, AUTHENTICATION, BACKUP, INTRUSION TRACKINGPERMISSIONS SECURITYCREDIT: CONFLUENCE | FEATURES SHOWN: USER-BASED PERMISSIONS
  28. 28. THIS PRESENTATION IS PART 1IN OUR SERIES LOOKING ATENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS INHEALTH RESEARCH.PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DOWNLOADAND SHARE IT. SHOULD YOU WANTNOTIFICATIONS ON OUR FUTUREPRESENTATIONS, YOU CAN FOLLOWUS ON SLIDESHARE, TWITTER LINKEDIN.
  29. 29. SOLVABLEHEALTH.COM@SOLVABLEHEALTHINFO@SOLVABLE.COHEALTH

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