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Health & Medicine

Published on December 16, 2008

Author: brown2020

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This presentation accompanied a talk I gave recently to a group of health care executives at an ABL Roundtable event in San Francisco. I was asked to discuss the meaning, importance and potential application of social media in health care.
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Social
Media
Primer
for
Health
 Care
Execu6ves
 Steve
Brown
 Adap6ve
Business
Leaders
 December
11,
2008
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Social
Media
Defined
 
People
 
having
a
conversa6on
 
online
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What
are
we
sharing?
 •  Ideas
 •  Friends
 •  Photos
 •  Status
 •  Websites
 •  Videos
 •  Slides
 •  Documents
 •  Music
 •  Events
 •  Books
 •  Restaurants
 •  Travel
6ps
 •  Ar6cles
 •  Notes
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Social
media
is
growing
rapidly
 Facebook helps you  Wordpress.com: Express  Twi$er is a service for  connect and share with the  yourself. Start a blog.  friends, family, and co– people in your life.  workers to communicate  and stay connected  through the exchange of  quick, frequent answers to  one simple ques=on: What  are you doing?  12/11/08
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Just
for
a
sense
of
scale…
 Facebook
 Sex
 Football
 Global
warming
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Why
are
we
sharing?
 
Because
life
is
richer
 when
we
share
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Why
Should
Health
Care
Execu6ves

 Care
About
Social
Media?
 •  Social
Media
is
about
Connectedness.
In
Business
and
 in
Life,
Connectedness
Wins
 –  Barack
Obama
Case
Study
 •  Connectedness
is
part
of
the
solu6on
to:
 –  Wellness
challenges
including
obesity
and
lifestyle
diseases
 that
relate
to
our
own
mo6va6on
and
behavior
 –  Chronic
care
management
challenges
exacerbated
by
 isola6on,
loneliness,
depression
 –  Aging
popula6on
challenges
resul6ng
from
cogni6ve
 decline
and
neurological
disease
 –  Public
health
and
research
challenges
that
depend
on
the
 velocity
and
relevance
of
real‐world
informa6on
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In
Google,
Winning
is
a
Func6on
of
 Connectedness
 PageRank
 BarackObama.com
Case
Study
 
How
many
pages
link
to
the
 
What
was
the
number
one
 pages
that
link
to
you?
 issue
of
the
campaign?
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The
Most
Connected
Sites
Win
 BarackObama.com























































JohnMcCain.com
 Predominantly
Social
 Media:
Blogs,
Social
 Network
Pages
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Digging
Deeper
Into
Obama
vs.
McCain
 JohnMcCain.com
content:
 BarackObama.com
content:
 Campaign
generated
press
releases
 User
generated
blogs
and
local
groups
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Tradi6onal
Media:
 Passive,
expensive,
 celebrity
driven.
People
 you
only
think
you
know.
 From
Barbara
Walters
Presents:
The
Most
Fascina6ng
People
of
2008.
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Social
Media:
 Ac6ve,
engaged,
free.
 Real
people,
real
 conversa6ons.
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Real
Time
Ac6vity
on
Facebook
 •  120
million
ac6ve
users,
now
4th
most
trafficked
website
 •  10
billion
photos,
adding
30
million
per
day
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Social
Media
and
Your
Business
 1.  How
do
people
find
and
judge
 your
organiza6on?
 2.  How
do
you
listen
to
and
 mo6vate
your
employees?
 3.  How
do
you
listen
to
and
 mo6vate
your
members?
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Top
Three
Barriers
To
Social
Media
 •  “None
of
my
friends
are
there”
 •  “I
feel
thrust
into
a
public
space”
 •  “It’s
too
much
effort”
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Overcoming
Barriers:

 Social
Media
For
Adults
 •  Applica6ons
that
have
value
even
before
you
 have
any
“friends”
on
the
network
 •  Applica6ons
that
start
with
private
thoughts
 and
share
gradually,
with
clear
privacy
control
 •  Applica6ons
that
effortlessly
integrate
with
 what
you
already
know
and
do
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For
Discussion:
Poten6al
Applica6ons
 of
Social
Media
in
Health
Care
 •  Wellness
 •  Chronic
Care
 •  Brain
Fitness
 •  Public
Health
 •  Research
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Chronic
Care
1.0
 •  Scripted
 •  Top
Down
 •  Inherently
Limited
 •  Labor
Intensive
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Chronic
Care
2.0
 •  Unscripted
 •  Grass
Roots
 •  Open‐Ended
 •  Social
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Real
Life
is
Unscripted
 wefeelfine.org
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Real
People
are
Diverse
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Real
Needs
are
Highly
Personal
 wefeelfine.org
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Connectedness
and
Your
Brain:
Keep
 Learning
and
Stay
Engaged
–
Or
Else!
 
From
“The
Coming
 Neurological
Epidemic”
 TED
talk
by
Biochemist
 Gregory
Petsko
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Social
Networks
and
Brain
Health
 •  Women
who
had
daily
contact
with
friends
and
family
cut
their
risk
of
 demen6a
by
almost
half.
 •  If you stay connected, you have a be$er shot. Whenever we have even the  most basic exchange, we have to think about how to respond, and that  s=mulates the brain—Valerie
Crooks,
clinical
trials
administra6ve
director
 at
Southern
California
Kaiser
Permanente
Medical
Group,
lead
author.
 •  American
Journal
of
Public
Health
1221‐1227,
July
2008,
Vol
98,
No.
7

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Social
Graph
on
Facebook
 
More
connected
outside
 =
More
connected
inside
 
Brain
map
from
brainmaps.org
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Social
Media:
A
New
Window
Into
 Human
Behavior
 •  Unprecedented
ability
to
measure
social
and
 emo6onal
behavior
of
a
popula6ons
 •  Opportunity
to
understand
problems
based
on
 real
world
data,
not
from
the
laboratory!
 •  Who
is
currently
at
the
forefront
of
human
 behavior
research?
Social
media
companies!
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Every
Day
Presents
a
New
Way
to
 Connect,
Engage,
and
Learn
 
Ocarina
iPhone
Applica6on
from
Smule:
your
phone
becomes
an
electronic
 flute
you
can
play
with
people
around
the
world.
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