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Fernandez-Luque, L; Vilmarlund, V; Borycki, E; Schulz, S; Kuziemsky, C; Marschollek, M; Kulikowski, CA.
Social Media as Catalyzer for Connected Health: Hype or Hope? Perspectives from IMIA Working Groups.
Stud Health Technol Inform. 2016; 225(7):602-604
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Schulz Stefan
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The Internet and social media are becoming ubiquitous technologies that are transforming the health sector. Social media has become an avenue for accessing, creating and sharing health information among patients and healthcare professionals. Furthermore, social media has become a key feature in many eHealth solutions, including wearable technologies, Big Data solutions, eLearning systems, Serious Games, Medical imaging, etc. These hyper-connected technologies are facilitating a paradigm shift towards more connected health. In this panel, representatives of different IMIA Working Groups will explore how both hope and hype contribute to social media's catalyzing role in creating connected health solutions.
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