• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Social Technologies for eHealth
 

Social Technologies for eHealth

on

  • 17,914 views

Created as a podcast for the Dental Informatics Online Community [http://www.dentalinformatics.com/], this is snapshot of what is going on with social technologies and Web 2.0 in various healthcare ...

Created as a podcast for the Dental Informatics Online Community [http://www.dentalinformatics.com/], this is snapshot of what is going on with social technologies and Web 2.0 in various healthcare communities.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
17,914
Views on SlideShare
7,906
Embed Views
10,008

Actions

Likes
20
Downloads
452
Comments
0

45 Embeds 10,008

http://ehealthindonesia.com 6408
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com 2228
http://www.webicina.com 607
http://casesblog.blogspot.com 348
http://davidrothman.net 184
http://localhost 80
http://translate.googleusercontent.com 24
http://mblog.lib.umich.edu 23
http://www.slideshare.net 11
http://119.82.237.24 10
http://casesblog.blogspot.co.uk 9
http://10.10.2.24 8
http://casesblog.blogspot.in 8
http://www.casesblog.blogspot.com 6
http://casesblog.blogspot.ca 6
http://casesblog.blogspot.com.es 5
http://casesblog.blogspot.com.au 4
http://support.plasamsn.com 4
http://casesblog.blogspot.com.ar 3
http://static.slideshare.net 3
http://casesblog.blogspot.nl 2
http://casesblog.blogspot.it 2
http://casesblog.blogspot.mx 2
http://casesblog.blogspot.co.nz 2
http://casesblog.blogspot.com.br 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.tw 1
http://imedicine.me 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.sk 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.ie 1
http://www.davidrothman.net 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.de 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.pt 1
http://106.10.137.112 1
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com 1
http://ehealthindonesia.com&_=1346043381004 HTTP 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.dk 1
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com&_=1339038575312 HTTP 1
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com&_=1339039329750 HTTP 1
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com&_=1339039344968 HTTP 1
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com&_=1339050070750 HTTP 1
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com&_=1339050477906 HTTP 1
http://www.ehealthindonesia.com&_=1339050536031 HTTP 1
http://casesblog.blogspot.ro 1
res://ieframe.dll 1
https://www.google.com 1
More...

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Social Technologies for eHealth Social Technologies for eHealth Presentation Transcript

    • Social Technologies (a.k.a. Web 2.0) for eHealth Patricia F. Anderson <pfa@umich.edu> UM Health Sciences Libraries November 28, 2007 © 2007 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved.
    • Social Tech for eHealth - Outline
      • Why
      • Healthcare communities
        • Consumers
        • Clinicians
        • Practice management
        • Students
        • How clinicians & consumers collaborate
      • Using common tools
      • Convergence of tools
      • Risks
    • People are social …
    • What Social Technologies Are All About
      • What do you want people to tell you?
      • What do you want to tell people?
    • Tim O’Reilly on Web 2.0
      • Slide from his talk, one week ago, in Europe
      • How did I get it?
      • Social tech -- Slideshare
      • http://www.slideshare.net/adunne/what-is-web-20-157107/
    • What Social Technologies Are All About
      • Who do you want to tell what?
      • Who are Your People?
    • What Social Technologies Are All About
      • Your people
      • Your interests
      • Anywhere
      • Anytime
    • The Experience of Social Technologies
      • “ I don’t get it.&quot;
    • The Experience of Social Technologies
      • “ Everything just made perfect sense! I solved all the problems, all the equations, everything! I was damn near perfect. Now I had failed math in prep school! But suddenly it all made sense to me! I thought I was going to be a physicist. But then I … discovered that Physics didn’t warm my spirit, particularly. There was nobody to talk with about it, but I found a friend who was a Harvard graduate. And he was a marvelous human being!”
        • “ Interview with Charles Bigger.” Works & Conversations. <http://www.conversations.org/story.php?sid=2>
    • The Experience of Social Technologies
      • “ And that's precisely what we do when we consult Wikipedia. It isn't an authoritative source in the professor-in-the-booth sense. It's more lifeline number 3 -- hive mind, emergent intelligence, smart mobs , there is no shortage of colorful buzzwords to describe it. We've always had lifeline number 2. It's who you know. The friend or relative on the other end of the phone line. Or think of the whispered exchange between students in the college library reading room, or late-night study in the dorm. … With Wikipedia, this friend factor is multiplied by an order of millions -- the live studio audience of the web. This is the lifeline number 3, or network, model of knowledge.”
        • “ wikipedia, lifelines, and the packaging of authority.” if:book. <http://www.futureofthebook.org/blog/archives/2006/01/wikipedia_lifelines_and_the_pa.html>
    • The Experience of Social Technologies
      • What gets you from point A to point B?
      • Immersion
      • Finding your community
      • Social tech doesn’t make sense without the “Social”
    • Healthcare Communities
      • Consumers & Consumer Advocates
      • Practitioners and Clinicians
      • Researchers
      • Students
    • Healthcare Communities
    • Is This New?
      • Support groups
      • Clubs
      • Email lists
      • Coffee Shops
      • Conferences …
      • Well, Duh - NO!!!
    • Social Healthcare: Listening
      • “ In the afternoon, Mrs. Carlson breathes too fast in her sleep. He leaves nitroglycerin under her tongue, burning wood to her mouth. Later, when she wakes up, he listens to her story.”
        • Taniguchi, Yuko. “His Day.” Foreign Wife Elegy. Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2004, p. 16.
    • Social eHealth: Listening
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • American Diabetes Association: Message Boards
      • American Diabetes Association - Message Boards
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • ACOR: Ovarian
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • TealTalk
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • ClinicaHealth: The Alliance Ovarian Cancer Community
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • ClinicaHealth: Rare Disease Community
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • ClinicaHealth
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • TauMed: TMK Syndrome Community
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Daily Strength: TMJ Support COmmunity
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Traineo
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • MDJunction
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Medziva for lab tests
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • VetRating
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Yelp Ratings for local providers
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Blogs: Diabetes Mine
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Blog posts:
        • The Cancer Blog: Mouth Cancer section
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Asperger Wiki
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Autism TV in Youtube
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Use a wiki to write a book (Survival guide for people on the autistic spectrum)
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Microsoft: Health Vault
        • Keep your personal health information online
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Wellocities from Canada
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Revolution Health
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Consumers
      • Revolution Health
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • AskDrWiki
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • Clinical Informatics Wiki
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • Clinical Cases and Images blog
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • Biowizard
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • Sermo
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • Sermo: Jaw malocclusion q&a
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Providers
      • Youtube videos from clinicians for clinicians & patients
        • How to apply dental whitening bleach to your bleaching tray
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Clinic Staff
      • Medical practice billing and compliance wiki
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Students
      • TiroMed - mentoring site
    • How Folks Use Social Tech: Healthcare Students
      • PimpNotes for med students (NOTE: USMLE review wiki being implemented)
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Flickr for image sharing
      • Browsing by medical tags
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Flickr for groups (med and dent)
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Wikipedia - it is what you make it. (Medicine Portal)
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Technical and procedure videos in YouTube (Dental implant surgery)
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Facebook Diabetes group
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Facebook Empower patients group
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Facebook Health 2.0 group
    • Using Common Social Tech Tools for eHealth
      • Del.icio.us for link discovery (TMJ)
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • Clinicians use social tech to communicate with patients
        • Example: Youtube patient education videos
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • VideoJug: Medical
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • VideoJug: Dental
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • Ask the Podcast Doctor
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • MedHelp.org - Dental Forum
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • Cleveland Clinic - MyChart
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • E-Patients.net
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • ACOR’s Patient-Centered Wikis
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • ReliefInSite for pain tracking and health diaries
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • iGuard for your current meds and interactions
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • SugarStats
    • Healthcare Consumers and Clinicians Collaborate
      • Does it have to be a specialized application? No …
      • You can use generic social tech tools in creative ways to share health information
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • Youtube video on web searching as a tool for clinician-patient communication
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • YouTube video to recruit participants in community wiki
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • AskDrWiki talked about in blogs
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • MedGadget blog announces ReliefInSite
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • Facebook group announcement for ReliefInSite
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • SLHealthy - a wiki to collect consumer health and healthcare groups and locations in Second Life
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • Nursing ACLS training in Second Life
    • Social Technologies Tend to Converge & Blend
      • Blog of Youtube video about data visualisation mashup in Second Life
    • Risks of Social Tech
      • Sometimes the tech won’t support your audience
    • Risks of Social Tech
      • Feeling overwhelmed -
        • “ wondering .. How many online presences does one need? Must we twit, live second, even active lives, ning, digg, and facebook, as del.icio.us as it might be to be in myspace.com, on top of IM, email, phone, and cold beers with friends?” Larry Johnson
    • Risks of Social Tech
      • Privacy, security, ethics
    • When Social Goodness Goes Bad
      • John Best Autism debate
    • When Social Goodness Goes Right
      • Leitch Autism Wiki reborn
    • Transparency = Control?
      • No matter how many laws are passed, it will prove quite impossible to legislate away the new surveillance tools and databases. They are here to stay. Light is going to shine into nearly every corner of our lives.
      • The real issue facing citizens of a new century will be how mature adults choose to live -- how they might compete, cooperate and thrive -- in such a world. A transparent society.
      • Will average citizens share, along with the mighty, the right to access these universal monitors? Will common folk have, and exercise, a sovereign power to watch the watchers?
        • Brin, David. “Introduction.” The Transparent Society:Will Technology Force us to Choose Between Privacy and Freedom? NY: Basic Books, 1998. http://www.davidbrin.com/tschp2.html
    • Trust = Transparency?
      • In spite of ample sources we may be left uncertain about the supposed evidence that certain drugs are risky, or that fluoride in the water harms, or that standards for environmental pollutants in water or air have been set too high (or too low or at the right level), that professional training of doctors or teachers are adequate or inadequate, that waste disposal by incineration or by landfill is safer.
      • Milton asked rhetorically &quot;Who ever knew truth put to the worse in a free and open encounter?&quot;. Today the very prospect of a 'free and open encounter' is drowning in the supposedly transparent world of the new information order.
        • O’Neill, Onora. “Trust and Tranparency.” A Question of Trust. Reith Lectures, 2002 (BBC Radio 4). http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/reith2002/lecture4.shtml
    • More
      • Links to these resources and more:
        • http://del.icio.us/rosefirerising/health2.0/
      • More podcasts:
        • http://www.dent.umich.edu/informatics/bootcamp/
      • More slide presentations:
        • http://www.slideshare.net/umhealthscienceslibraries/slideshows/
    • More
      • Links to these resources and more:
        • http://del.icio.us/rosefirerising/science2.0/
      • More podcasts:
        • http://www.dentalinformatics.com
        • http://www.dent.umich.edu/informatics/bootcamp/
        • http://www.lib.umich.edu/hsl/podcasts/
      • More slide presentations:
        • http://www.slideshare.net/umhealthscienceslibraries/slideshows/
    • Questions?
        • Contact: Patricia Anderson at pfa@umich.edu