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Spring Fling: Health 2.0 101 (PDF)

  1. 1. 101Matthew Holt & Indu Subaiya
  2. 2. Web 2.0 Ecosystem
  3. 3. Web 2.0: O’Reilly’s Core Competencies• Services, not packaged software, with cost-e ective scalability• Control over unique, hard-to-recreate data sources that get richer as more people use them• Trusting users as co-developers• Harnessing collective intelligence• Leveraging the long tail through customer self-service• Software above the level of a single device• Lightweight user interfaces, development models, AND business models
  4. 4. Services, not packaged software
  5. 5. Data sources that get richer as more people use them
  6. 6. Trusting Users as Co-Developers
  7. 7. Harnessing collective intelligence
  8. 8. Leveraging the long tail through customer self-service
  9. 9. Software above the level of a single device
  10. 10. Lightweight user interfaces
  11. 11. Easy Development Platforms
  12. 12. What is Health 2.0?
  13. 13. “...Social software and lightweight tools that promote collaboration between...stakeholders” - Matthew Holt and Jane Sarasohn-Kahn “... all the constituents focus on health value…improving safety, efficiency and quality of healthcare” - Scott Shreeve "health 2.0 is participatory healthcare... we the patients can be effective partners in healthcare.” - Ted Eytan
  14. 14. What is Health 2.0? Personalized Search Communities Intelligent Tools Integration of data with contentTechnologies fusing as patients increasingly guide their own care.
  15. 15. Social NetworksSearch Tools
  16. 16. Content Social Networks Search Tools Transaction Data
  17. 17. Content Social Networks Search Tools Transaction Data
  18. 18. The new search.
  19. 19. Intelligent communities.
  20. 20. Tools intelligently presenting content.
  21. 21. Last year, we told you what was coming next...• Integration of the three constituent parts (search, communities, tools—all mash up)• The data utility layer allows easy inclusion of same data between di erent services (liquidity)• Greater diversity in data types• The emergence of new “unplatforms”
  22. 22. The Stages of Health 2.0User-generated Consumers connect Partnerships to Data drives decisionshealth care to providers reform delivery & discovery
  23. 23. User-generated Cohealth care to
  24. 24. Consumers connect Pato providers re
  25. 25. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
  26. 26. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
  27. 27. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
  28. 28. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
  29. 29. ct Partnerships to D reform delivery &
  30. 30. Data drives decisions& discovery
  31. 31. DATA UNPLATFORMSINDIVIDUAL DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE Decisions Actions
  32. 32. DATAINDIVIDUAL DPOPULATION UT LAREFERENCE
  33. 33. INDIVIDUAL
  34. 34. INDIVIDUALUser-generated
  35. 35. INDIVIDUAL EMR
  36. 36. INDIVIDUALClaims
  37. 37. INDIVIDUALBiological/Clinical
  38. 38. INDIVIDUAL
  39. 39. POPULATION
  40. 40. POPULATIONGovernment data
  41. 41. POPULATIONPrivate data
  42. 42. POPULATION
  43. 43. REFERENCE
  44. 44. REFERENCEWeather
  45. 45. REFERENCEMapping/GPS
  46. 46. REFERENCEFood databases
  47. 47. REFERENCEDrug databases
  48. 48. REFERENCE
  49. 49. DATA UNPLATFORMSINDIVIDUAL DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE Decisions Actions
  50. 50. INDIVIDUAL Permissions Identity DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE
  51. 51. INDIVIDUAL Permissions Identity DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE
  52. 52. INDIVIDUAL Permissions Identity DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE
  53. 53. DATA UNPLATFORMSINDIVIDUAL DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE Decisions Actions
  54. 54. UNPLATFORMSUAL DATAION UTILITY LAYERCE Decisions Actions
  55. 55. Unplatforms
  56. 56. User-Generated Data Grows Up
  57. 57. Composite Applications
  58. 58. Composite Applications
  59. 59. Composite Applications
  60. 60. Composite Applications
  61. 61. Composite Applications
  62. 62. Integrated Data
  63. 63. UNPLATFORMS ATYER Decision Actions
  64. 64. DATA UNPLATFORMSINDIVIDUAL DATAPOPULATION UTILITY LAYERREFERENCE Decisions Actions
  65. 65. Social NetworksSearch Tools
  66. 66. Content Social Networks Search Tools Transaction Data
  67. 67. Content Social Networks Search Tools Transaction Data

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