Social Media, Internet of Things, and the Future of Public Health


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Report provides deep insight on US public health system and impact of social media, Big Data and analytics, and the so called "Internet of Things (IoT)" on public healthcare. The report evaluates specific companies, solutions, and applications. The report includes analysis of Big Data and its anticipated use in public health find more at

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Social Media, Internet of Things, and the Future of Public Health

  1. 1. Category : Healthcare All logos and Images mentioned on this slide belong to their respective owners.
  2. 2. Introduction to Report  Number of Pages: 90  Geography Coverage: USA, Global  Available Format: PDF Price For Single User License: USD 995 Price For Site License: USD 1,995 Price For Global User License: USD 2,995 Delivery Time: Within 24 Hours (During Working Days)
  3. 3. Introduction The use of social media in public health is taking shape as Twitter and other forms of social media are leveraged to identify potential outbreaks. Public health data is rapidly increasing from all sources. Sensors, formerly found only in hospital ICUs, are now portable and be used at home, and even sometimes while walking. The potential for persistent public health monitoring may be realized through introduction of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, embedded computing/wireless, and related technologies
  4. 4. Contribution of Twitter in Healthcare  Community Building --- Relationships are nurtured between doctors and patients, physician and physician, patient and patient. People can share interesting articles or join on going discussion on various topics via # tag.  Educating- Physicians and hospitals organizations and individuals are able to educate their communities about an infinite number of topics. All logos and Images mentioned on this slide belong to their respective owners.
  5. 5. Contribution of Twitter in Healthcare MappyHealth --- A new tool for tracking and analyzing health-related comments on Twitter helps public health departments to identify emerging health issues and public health emergencies. Other Apps which are popular on Twitter are QxMD, Docwise and Docphin.
  6. 6. Other Online Healthcare Resources….  Google is helping health officials prepare for outbreaks of dengue and flu by analyzing related search terms 'Google Dengue/Flu Trends is automatically updated every day, thereby providing an early indicator of dengue activity.' FrontlineSMS:Medic implemented and extended FrontlineSMS to bridge gaps in healthcare delivery systems. Geochat is a product of InSTEDD (Innovative Support to Emergencies Diseases and Disasters) which embodies many key attributes related healthcare. All logos and Images mentioned on this slide belong to their respective owners.
  7. 7. Big Data - 4 Pools of data in Healthcare.. McKinsey & Company found that there are four “pools” of data in the health care field : 1. Pharmaceutical research data (e.g. clinical trial results) 2. Clinical data (e.g. patient records) 3. Activity and cost data (e.g. estimated procedure costs) 4. Patient behavior data (e.g. health purchases history).  Implementation of big data in health care could produce a savings of up to almost half a trillion dollars.  Healthcare companies can implement Big data with collaboration of technology companies.
  8. 8. Target Audience  Healthcare service providers Healthcare insurance providers Healthcare technology companies Social media and networking companies Policy makers, regulatory bodies, and government Consultants and systems integrators for healthcare technology M2M, Internet of Things (IoT), and general telecommunications companies Public health institutions including CDC, NIH, FDA, CMS, NRHA, WHO, and others
  9. 9. Reason to Buy 1. Identify the tenants of “Public Health 2.0” 2. Identify specific companies, solutions, and applications 3. Identify the role of Participatory Epidemiology in public health 4. Understand the confluence of Infodemiology and Infoveillance 5. Understand the role of data-mining, Big Data, and public health 6. Understand the role and importance of social media in public health 7. Understand the evolution and future direction of healthcare technology For more details regarding Report coverage see the last slide All logos and Images mentioned on this slide belong to their respective owners.
  10. 10. Company Coverage (Partial List) For more details regarding company coverage and TOC see the last slide All logos and Images mentioned on this slide belong to their respective owners.
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  13. 13. How To Buy This Report? Visit following URL to see Table of Content and purchase this publication: commerce/social-media-internet-things-and-future- public-health About Market Research Reports, Inc. Market Research Reports provides a customized set of reports from reputed Publishers, built on the intelligence available within organizations and leverages on our motto of “Intelligence Redefined”. Contact : Amitava Sen Email : Phone: +1 302-703-7787 (USA) +91-8762746600 (India)