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The slides used during the Web 2.0/Health 2.0 presentation for Dr. John Sardelis's SJCNY class. Last revised Dec 2012 and re-uploaded March 2013.

The slides used during the Web 2.0/Health 2.0 presentation for Dr. John Sardelis's SJCNY class. Last revised Dec 2012 and re-uploaded March 2013.

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  • Let me start by saying this topic, Health 2.0, is so big and so wide that there are multiple, worldwide, conferences devoted to this topic since 2007!
  • What is great about this visual is the appearance of a convergence of multiple networks, systems, processes and technologies. While I have no idea if the product from Zephyr is useful or valuable, the concept behind it is where we will see healthcare and IT merge in the next few years.
  • Take it one step further and you don’t have to wear a device…it is embedded directly into your clothing! Same company partnering with AT&T to create a new line of clothing. These are offered up as examples of where we may be headed in a Health 2.0 world.
  • Students at Brigham Young University have created what they call The Owlet baby monitor. This device is supposed to help combat SIDS, which is the leading cause of death for infants in the United States. It is a sock-like monitor that is placed on a baby’s foot while they sleep, and uses pulse oximetry to indicate if a child stops breathing, has low-levels of blood-oxygen, or irregular vital signs. The creators hope that it will help alert parents to potentially fatal and harmful situations
  • Sites have sprung up every month devoted to Health 2.0. Let’s now step back and take a look at how we’ve come this far using a variety of connected technologies.
  • Tell Audience Up Front:This session is jammed pack with information. Do not try to furiously copy everything you see and hear. All session materials will be available on a web page for you to view after. Welcome notes:Welcome to our session. This is an exciting time in both education and the health care world! You have an opportunity to engage with one another like never before.. All of these tools (refer to graphic)are available at your fingertips from a web browser. [Point to a few recognizable ones] [click]
  • Briefly speak of the components of a web 2.0 tool, web site , or application.Components of Web 2.0:1. Hosted services - delivering (and allowing users to use) applications entirely through an internet browser using a rich, interactive, user-friendly interface (SaaS = “Software as a Service”)2. Creativity - Users create, own, and exercise control over content3. Communication - social-networking functions, IM, chat, 4. Collaboration - content sharing, collaborative authoring, tagging, and commentingCommon features of Web 2.0 web sites:Requires login user name and passwordPublic vs Private Can others contribute?Ability to embed content from one site into another
  • In a side by side review you can clearly see the distinctions between Web 1.0 and 2.0.Right now the single-feature focus of Web 2.0 technologies is prevalent on the web. Flickr=share picturesYouTube=share videosDigg=read popular stories, etc.)Use quote if needed or if it fits in:“Web 2.0 seems to be like Pink Floyd lyrics. It can mean different things to different people depending on the state of your mind.” - Kevin Maney, tech blogger
  • In summary:Posts (text, video, audio, photos, etc.) + read + comment + feed = blog
  • Blog Screen Shot – focus on structure of the blog with posts, link to comments, and related content down side
  • In summary:Content (text in web pages) + collaborate + edit + save = wiki
  • Wiki Screen Shot = focus on structure of wiki and collaborative efforts via Edit link at the top. Ability to check page history and roll back pages as needed.
  • Wiki Screen Shot = popular now, but who is editing content? Verifiable, trustworthy, accurate?
  • In summary:Audio/video file + feed + podcatcher software (iTunes) + audio/video player = podcast (vodcast)
  • Health related podcast Screen ShotPlay it on iPod if possible75% of podcast listened to on computer, not portable device
  • Health related podcast Screen ShotPlay it on iPod if possible75% of podcast listened to on computer, not portable device
  • Podcast / Vodcast(video broadcasts) :: very similar to subscribing to a daily newspaper and having it delivered directly to your door. That is a constant source of new information delivered to you.The act of simply creating and audio file and making it available to students is not considered podcasting. There are a few other steps involved.Step 1 - Create your MP3 filesStep 2 -  Create your Podcast RSS file and update it with the latest MP3Step 3 -  Upload your audio file and the RSS file to a hosting web siteStep 4 - The podcatcher software on the user end will “automatically” grab the newest audio fileYou don't need an iPod to listen to a podcast. Extra notes to explain the podcatcher if needed:Basically, these types of programs (podcatchers) 'ask' the podcasters hundreds of times a day 'Do you have a new show ready yet?' If their computer says ‘No’ than your podcatcher program says 'Ok, but I'll be back later to check again.' This goes on hundreds of thousands of times a day--little requests between computers that do not even require your attention. It just happens, until their computer comes back and says "Why yes, we do have a new podcast show ready. Here you go".
  • In summary:Content (video, audio, photo)+ web host + embed + share = multimedia hosting
  • In summary:Web sites + bookmarks (favorites) + tags + share = social bookmarking
  • Social Bookmarking Screen Shot = How do you store and keep track of all the great health web sites you find?
  • In summary:Interests + Community + Connections = Social Networking
  • Already doctors use Twitter to ask for help and share information about procedures. At Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, surgeons and residents twittered throughout a recent operation to remove a brain tumor from a 47-year-old man who has seizures.Screen shot of Paper.li #Healthit Twitter Daily (all content is aggregated in the form of tweets that use the hashtag #healthit) and some related tweets listed in the app Twhirl.
  • There a good deal of Health 2.0 related groups on LinkedIn and lots of discussions and opportunities to connect to professionals in the field.
  • Image sharing sites like Pinterest, Instagram, Flickr, and others provide a community around the sharing of healthcare related pictures and topics.
  • Social Networking Logos
  • Portals – define and example - A web portal, also known as a links page, presents information from diverse sources in a unified way. A single point of access to a variety of information and tools.
  • Example of portal site – my.yahoo.com – a variety of content is aggregated in one place via one login
  • Example of health portal site – revolutionhealth.com – design and agregate your own content
  • On October 3, 2008, Revolution Health announced that it would merge with Waterfront Media , which operates the Everyday Health Network, in a deal valued at $300 million. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolution_Health_Group
  • Portal Logos – key component here is the personalization feature (MY …)
  • In summary:Environments + characters (Avatars) + interaction = virtual world
  • Virtual Worlds cont’d-One of the more complex Web 2.0 tools to implement because of the technical aspects of the VW and the level of intricacy involved in the worlds. -However, know that your students have most likely experienced these and grown up within these worlds! They start in WebKinz (ages4+) or ClubPenguin, move into creating their own worlds in The Sims (preteen), and then into the popular Second Life (teen+).-"Do you think kids want these stuffed animals because they are cute? No, it's because they can immediately go online into the webkinz virtual world to see what else they got with the animal and then invite friends into their "rooms" to play.” -They "graduate" from this virtual world into another and then another.
  • How do Web 2.0 tools fit into the Healthcare world?
  • Definition: "New concept of health care wherein all the constituents (patients, physicians, places, and payers) focus on health care value (outcomes/price) and use disruptive innovation as the catalyst for increasing access, decreasing cost, and improving the quality of health care."
  • Good definition of Health 2.0 from Crossover Health Blog
  • These are the major components of Health 2.0 Tools (web sites, apps, devices, etc.)
  • Headlines from health related blogs and sites
  • Social sites (YouTube & Technorati & ) health 2.0 tags
  • Great site for tracking pain daily/weekly. Example of user created web based content
  • Find applications for the web and iPhone/iPod
  • Find applications for the web and iPhone/iPod
  • Find applications for Android Market
  • Find applications for Android Market
  • Find applications for Android Market
  • Find applications for the web and iPhone/iPod
  • FDA wants to get into the mix and regulate apps. They are doing for some (ultrasound via smart phone and showing xrays), but want to review and regulate a larger share.
  • One of the bigger concerns in the healthcare world now centers around securing mobile devices. Implications for compromised, lost, and stolen devices here are broad and wide.
  • Mention other sites like Google Health, Keyose (no personally identifiably info supplied – only get a pin #)
  • Community orientated sites like Patientslikeme.com
  • Corporate health portal sites
  • What are under-developed nations doing with mobile devices? South Africa, India, & Kenya as brief examples.
  • While sending a text may not seem like the most logical way to go about solving the problem of blood shortages, consider this: There are more than 5.6 million cell phone subscribers in Kenya, despite the fact that only about 200,000 Kenyan households have electricity.
  • What is the vision for the future of Health IT? How far are we from this world?
  • Transcript

    • 1. Dec 2012 screen shot of http://www.health2con.com/conferences
    • 2. Image courtesy © of Zephyr Technology Corp.http://www.zephyr-technology.com/store/mhealth.html
    • 3. http://www.smartphonehc.com/2012/12/03/smart-socks-helps-parents-sleep-easier/ Watch the video that appears next.
    • 4. Dec 2012 screen shot of http://www.health2news.com
    • 5. Web 2.0: Connecting Creating Contributing
    • 6. Exciting new applications and sites pop up with surprising regularity. Creativity Communication Hosted Collaboration Services Web 2.0
    • 7. The Past & The Present: Side by Side Web 1.0 (1994-2001) Web 2.0 (2002-)Read Read/WritePersonal web pages / Communities and Servicesdirectories / corporations Google™, MySpace®, Digg™, FaAOL®, Netscape®, Yahoo® cebook®, YouTube™, Flickr™, D1-way medium elicious™Surfing - Browsing - Consuming Connecting - Creating - Collaborating - Sharing
    • 8. BLOG + + +post read comment feed textaudiovideophoto
    • 9. Here’s an example of a health related blog. Dec 2012 screen shot of http://thehealthcareblog.com/blog/category/health-2-0/
    • 10. WIKI + + +content collaborate edit savetext in web pages
    • 11. Here’s an example of a health related wiki. http://health20.org/wiki/Main_Page
    • 12. Here’s an example of a health related wiki. http://www.medpedia.com/
    • 13. PODCAST / VODCAST + + + mediaaudio feed podcatcher playervideo
    • 14. Here’s an example of a health related podcast. iTunes screenshots courtesy of Apple
    • 15. Here’s an example of a health related podcast. iTunes screenshots courtesy of Apple
    • 16. PODCAST TOOLSProduct images © and courtesy of Apple, Sansa, and IBM
    • 17. MULTIMEDIA HOSTING + + +content web host embed share video audio photo Watch the video that appears next.
    • 18. SOCIAL BOOKMARKING + + +web bookmark tag sharesites
    • 19. Here’s an example of a saved list of links tagged “Health 2.0”.Dec 2012 screen shot of http://diigo.com/user/sjctrainers/health2
    • 20. SOCIAL NETWORKING/MEDIA + + community connectionsinterests
    • 21. TWITTER
    • 22. LINKEDINDec 2012 screen shot of www.linkedin.com/groups/Health-20-80236/about
    • 23. FACEBOOKDec 2012 screen shot of http://www.facebook.com/Health2.0NYC
    • 24. PINTERESTDec 2012 screen shot of http://pinterest.com/baylorhealth/
    • 25. SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES Photo above courtesy of Somewhat Franks Flickr photostream.
    • 26. PORTALS Image © flickr user mike@firstsightimages.co.uk + +content central connections(anything) entry point (people & systems)
    • 27. Here’s an example of a portal site.Dec 2012 screen shot of http://my.yahoo.com Watch the video that appears next.
    • 28. Here’s an example of a health portal site. Watch the video that appears next. March 2010 screen shot of http://revolutionhealth.com
    • 29. But, where is the site today?Article from http://www.fiercehealthit.com/story/revolution-health-kills-its-phr/2010-02-01 andDec 2012 screen shot of http://everydayhealth.com
    • 30. PORTAL CREATION SITESGeneral portal sites Health portal sites Key component of a portal
    • 31. VIRTUAL WORLDS + +3D environments characters interaction (Avatars)Avatar courtesy of Flickr photostream of Torley‘In world’ screen shots courtesy of Linden Labs
    • 32. VIRTUAL WORLDS - WebkinzThe young onesalready know aboutsocial networkingand virtual worlds. Image courtesy of WebKinz.com Watch the videos that appear next showing Virtual Worlds, Augmented Reality and Convergence.
    • 33. So what does this mean for the Healthcare world?
    • 34. Patients Payers Health 2.0Places Physicians
    • 35. Health 2.0Definition: "New concept of health care whereinall the constituents … focus on health care value(outcomes/price) and use disruptive innovationas the catalyst for increasing access, decreasingcost, and improving the quality of health care."From Crossover Health Blog – Dr. Scott Shreeve -http://blog.crossoverhealth.com
    • 36. Breakdown ofHealth 2.0 Tools- Consumer Mobile/Web Apps- Search and Information- Medical Records- Connecting to Health Professionals- Health Portal Spaces- Community- Blogs, Videos, etc.
    • 37. Take Two Aspirin and Tweet Me in the Morning Google Health Opens Pandora Box of PHR SharingWeb 2.0 Tools And Its (Possible) Use In Medicine A Diabetes Mentor in Your Cell Phone Survey: 13 percent of health devices are connectedWisdom Of The Crowd Online Bodes Well For Better Care
    • 38. Reliefinsite.com, a site that allows people tomap, monitor and analyze their pain Image © courtesy of Reliefinsite
    • 39. Health & Fitness apps in Apple’s App Store (as of Dec 2012)Image courtesy of iTunes App Store – screen shot from Dec 2012
    • 40. Medical apps in Apple’s App Store (as of Dec 2012)Image courtesy of iTunes App Store – screen shot from Dec 2012
    • 41. Health & Fitness apps in Google’s Android Market (Top FreeHealth related apps week of Dec 10, 2012) Image courtesy of Google’s Android Market – screen shot from Dec 2012
    • 42. Medical apps in Google’s Android Market (Top Free Health relatedapps week of Dec 10, 2012) Image courtesy of Google’s Android Market – screen shot from Dec 2012
    • 43. Health/Medical apps in Google’s Android Market (week of Dec 10, 2012) Image courtesy of AppBrain.com – screen shot from Dec 2012
    • 44. Image courtesy of www.mobihealthnews.com – screen shot from April 2011
    • 45. From Feb-Sept 2010, healthrelated apps on 3 major phoneOSs grew 78%[Mobihealthnews http://mobihealthnews.com/9396/number-of-smartphone-health-apps-up-78-percent/]2012: 31% of cell phoneowners have used their phoneto look up health info (was17% in 2010)[Pew Research Center survey 2012] http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2012/Mobile-Health.aspx
    • 46. Image courtesy of www.informationweek.com/news/healthcare – screen shot from November 2011
    • 47. Image courtesy of www.informationweek.com/news/healthcare – screen shot from November 2011
    • 48. Will Social Media Transform Medicine?http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/08_50/b4112058194219.htmBy Catherine Arnst2006: 80% of adult Internet users in the U.S.—some 113million people—searched for health information
    • 49. Will Social Media Transform Medicine?http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/08_50/b4112058194219.htmBy Catherine Arnst2008: Moving beyond passive searches to interactiveforums, blogs, and other social media[Pew Research Center survey 2008]
    • 50. Pew Internet & American Life ProjectHealth Topics http://pewinternet.org/topics/Health.aspx2010: Symptoms and treatments continue to dominateinternet users’ health searches.[Pew Research Center survey 2010]
    • 51. Pew Internet & American Life ProjectHealth Topics http://pewinternet.org/topics/Health.aspx2012: The typical search for health information is onbehalf of someone else -- information access by proxy.[Pew Research Center survey 2012]
    • 52. Healthvault.com, a site that allows people to store a personalhealth record Dec 20120 screen shot of Microsoft Healthvault.com
    • 53. Patientslikeme.com, gives patients the power to control their disease & toshare what they learn w/others Dec 2012 screen shot of Patientslikeme.com
    • 54. Exanwellness.Com, the portal includes 27 self-assessments, interactive programs, and planners. Image © courtesy of Exanwellness.com
    • 55. Mobile Access to Information
    • 56. SOUTH AFRICAPublic health workers in South Africa now sendtext messages to tuberculosis patients withreminders to take their medication. Image courtesy of PBS’s the Online Newshour 2008
    • 57. KENYA Nurses in Kenya’s local hospitals send a text message to the nation’s central blood repository to automatically schedule a fresh delivery when blood supplies are running low. 2008: 5.6 million cell phone subscribers in Kenya2008: Only about 200,000 Kenyan households have electricity Image and text courtesy of Popsci.com
    • 58. INDIAIndia’s Freedom HIV/AIDS initiative uses mobile phone games toeducate people about HIV/AIDS (2.5 million with HIV - 3rd highest inworld) .Launch = 9 million handsetsNow = 40 million handsets in Asia and AfricaDownload of 10.3 million game sessions in 15 months from itslaunch(Freedom HIV/AIDS, 2008) Images © courtesy of www.freedomhivaids.in
    • 59. Microsoft Future Vision: Healthcare Watch the video that appears next to end with a gaze into the future.

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