Identity Online: Implications for Healthcare

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presentation delivered at the MIT Future of Health Technology Summit in Boston, 21 September 2008

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  • I am a creature of the net and have been for the last 15 years. First as a user, glad of the new ways of doing things, then of doing things I couldn't do before and later as someone trying to make some sense of it all to help others. But only in the last year or so I have started to see as identity as something far more fundamental to the various web phenomena than it might appear at the first glance.

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  • 1. Identity Online: implications for healthcare Adriana Lukas VRM Labs @ Future of Health Technology Summit MIT Faculty Club 21 September 2008
  • 2. My identity journey
  • 3. From sabotaged identity
  • 4. through inclusive identity
  • 5. to my own identity
  • 6. Why identity?
    • self-determination
    • impact
  • 7. What is identity?
  • 8. Systemic view
    • governments
    • centralised systems
    • privacy
    • rights of individual
    • bureaucracy
  • 9.
    • philosophy
    • psychology
    • meaning of life
    • “ who am I?”
    Individual view
  • 10. Off-line
  • 11. We are what our papers say we are
  • 12. System centric
    • third-party driven
    • centralised
    • read-only
    • static
  • 13. hierarchy
      • objects are directly linked to immediate superiors or to subordinates, no direct links to peers
    Hierarchy
  • 14. Online
  • 15. We are what we say we are geriatric1927 = 79 year old Peter
  • 16. And how others see us and relate to us
  • 17. Individual centric
    • self-driven
    • distributed
    • read-write
    • dynamic
  • 18. Network
    • heterarchy: each element shares same horizontal position of power and authority, playing theoretically equal role
  • 19. Consume Create produce distribute
      • People formerly known as audience
  • 20. Environment Technology Individual
  • 21. Structural development
  • 22. Technological development
  • 23. Technological development
  • 24. Identity development
  • 25. User-driven phenomena social web, P2P, Web 2.0 Structure Enabler Driver
  • 26. Healthcare
  • 27. Tools of medicine
  • 28. Communities PatientsLikeMe
  • 29. Patients Grandfather builds Web browser for autistic boy
  • 30. patient-driven healthcare Communities Medicine Patients
  • 31. The wisdom of crowds does not resist expert opinion - only dependence on a single expert opinion. The Wisdom of Patients: Health care meets online social media
  • 32. Networked healthcare
  • 33. Google Health Microsoft Health Vault Indivo health/Dossia Sugarstats
  • 34. Data
  • 35. Relationships
  • 36. Applications
    • extended knowledge
    • shared expertise
    • distributed
    • focused where needed
  • 37. Individual/patient as a platform
  • 38. VRM Labs
    • www.vrmlabs.net
    • www.themineproject.org
    • [email_address]