Tag Archives: crowdsourcing
PHARMA SOCIAL MEDIA ISN’T READY FOR PRIME TIME — YET
By Spitz (@SpitzStrategy) Hope Springs Infernal Seems a day of press doesn't go by without a pundit, blogger, or consultant extolling the need for pharma participation in social media. The inherent...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged crowdsourcing, Facebook, social media, social media monitoring, Twitter | Leave a comment
by Russ Ward (@russcward) Can science becrowdsourced? Can medicine take advantage of the knowledge of the masses to leapfrog to advances? Can we use social media tools to cure disease? These are...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged Communities, crowdsource, crowdsourcing, FoldIt, Health, Health care, health tracking network, healthcare, John Mack, patient, Pharma, Pharmaceutical industry, science, SETI@Home, Trends | 2 Comments
Crowdsourced Clinical Trials?
By Russ Ward (@russcward) Recently Ed Silverman wrote about Patient-Reported Outcomes on Internet Sites on Pharmalot - based on a study published in last months Nature Biotechnology that was...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged clinical trials, cost, crowdsourcing, data, discovery, diversity, drugs, effectiveness, engagement, failture, internet, Patients, Pharma, report, social media, Social network, speed, success, trend | 1 Comment
COUNTERPOINT: Social Media Hurts Patients’ Health Decisions
This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. Were strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
Posted in Social Media | Tagged accuracy, crdibility, crowdsourcing, cyber bullying, diagnosis, Education, Facebook, group therapy, health decisions, information, isolation, Patients, Pharma, security, social media, social stigma, support, Twitter | Leave a comment
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