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This is a presentation I gave at the Institute of Medicine's ICT for Violence Prevention workshop in Washington, DC (Dec. 2011).

This is a presentation I gave at the Institute of Medicine's ICT for Violence Prevention workshop in Washington, DC (Dec. 2011).

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  • 1. ICTs and the Future ofPublic HealthJody Ranck, DrPHInstitute of Medicine Workshop on ICTs and Global ViolencePreventionDecember 8, 2011
  • 2. Key TrendsMore pervasive computing powerCultures of sharing/cooperationOpen HealthBiocitizenship/Technological CitizenshipThe rise of the infosphere and the inforg
  • 3. Beyond Old Media vs. New Media Source: Distributive Networks
  • 4. Internet of Things, too… Source: Cisco Systems
  • 5. Smart Cities Source: Postscapes.com
  • 6. Sensors, mobilesmicro- insurance
  • 7. Impact of Social MediaCultures of sharingMashupsAmplification of selves, rapid responsesystems/alertsConnecting to the long tailEmergence of technological citizenship
  • 8. mHealthOver 80% of countries have at least oneintervention right nowFrom Data Collection to Prevention to AcuteTreatment and TransparencyBuilding the evidence base, many pilotsNext 3 years, more smartphone-basedEcosystem will change how we think abouthealth system transformation
  • 9. Continuum of Care Peer-to- Diagnostic Acute Long-TermPrevention Monitoring Peer data Screening Treatment Treatment collection
  • 10. mViolence app
  • 11. Some learnings onmobiles, gender, violenceThe mobile is not a universally appropriate toolfor gender violence---some studies demonstrateincreased risk of violencePoints to the need to look at Gender, Power andTech togetherPrivacy and data, security of SMSEmerging area of liberation technology may beuseful
  • 12. Pwning Asthma Source: CITRIS, UC Berkeley
  • 13. Rise of Open Health
  • 14. Open Health
  • 15. Open Data
  • 16. Citizen Science/Technological Citizenship
  • 17. Citizen science-Mapping
  • 18. Citizen Science Platform
  • 19. Open Innovation and CrowdsourcingNew Skills for Working with SwarmsInterdisciplinarity  TransdisciplinarityFuture of work: temporal, modularNew Learning Cultures
  • 20. AppChallenges/Crowdsourcing
  • 21. On Watch Circle of 6
  • 22. Visual CulturesMappingData VisualizationsInfographicsNew Media Art and Re-Framing Health
  • 23. Visualizing Statistics
  • 24. Data as Art
  • 25. Data as ArtSource: Janet Echelman/NASA Jet Propulsion Lab/NOAA Tsunami Research Center
  • 26. “In the Air”
  • 27. Natalie Jeremijenko:Environmental Health Clinic
  • 28. Rethinking HealthMaking the invisible visiblePublic engagement with dataFrom internal medicine to eternal interventions inthe social bodyTransdisciplinary:art, design, science, community participationGrowing Role of Design:Service, Information, Product
  • 29. Mapping
  • 30. Open/Big Data & Journalism
  • 31. Power of Narratives, Big DataTelling the storyBig Data: seeing new patternsAnalyticsGamification
  • 32. Turning data into stories & movements
  • 33. Big Data and Insights
  • 34. A Big Data- Violence StoryIn Camden, NJ Dr. Jeffrey Brenner mapped crimeusing medical billing data—found care was neithermedically effective nor cost-effective 7 years of data, 600,000 hospital visits 80% of costs associated with 13% of patients Total cost of $650 million, mostly public funds Formed Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers to address the problem
  • 35. Commons and Cooperation
  • 36. GamificationSource: http://technorati.com/business/advertising/article/has-your-site-been-gamified
  • 37. Role Playing Game- PEPFAR
  • 38. Moving beyond “There’s an app for that…”
  • 39. Social Movements Source: Al-Ahram
  • 40. Future of Public HealthNew Skills and Literacies for Public Health Service Design and Change Management Technological Literacy: shortage of health informaticians Business Plans and crossing public-private divide Information Architecture and Architecture of Participation
  • 41. RecapParticipatory Media: democratizing health knowledge anddataHealth is increasingly resembling IT servicesNew forms of data, uses of data, new data skillsTechnology and Culture of LearningLess hierarchical organizationsNetwork orgsFrom command & control to coordinate and cultivateWe are information organismsInforgsPossibilities for reverse flows in innovation trajectoriesPublic Health as a Platform—what is the service we canoffer that catalyzes change? And do it, with fewerresources-disruptive innovation
  • 42. The End jodyranck@sbcglobal.net Twitter: jranckAffiliations: Public Health Institute, GigaOM