24 February, 2016

A precision medicine approach to the online health ecosystem

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“The future of precision medicine will enable health care providers to tailor treatment and prevention strategies to people’s unique characteristics, including their genome sequence, microbiome composition, health history, lifestyle, and [...]

17 February, 2016

Who doctors ACTUALLY follow – their Physician peers

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This is the 3rd of 4 posts in our updated series - Who doctors ACTUALLY follow, 2016 edition. The first two posts can be found here: Who doctors ACTUALLY follow [...]

15 February, 2016

Who doctors ACTUALLY follow – The Reporters

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***UPDATE: This post has been updated to include a graphic showing the top 10 journalists followed by US doctors; it's below.*** Last Friday I introduced the updated version of our "Who [...]

12 February, 2016

Who doctors ACTUALLY follow – February 2016

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Readers of this blog are already familiar with my disdain for unscientifically generated "top 100" style lists (except when I'm on them, of course). So in the spring of 2014, [...]

14 January, 2016

Scoring online networks – and why ASH and ASCO are better

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Network Scoring for 2015 Healthcare Conferences Earlier this week, I wrote a post explaining why size and reach are metrics too crude to really evaluate the effectiveness [...]

11 January, 2016

The 9 next generation metrics to measure the effectiveness of an online network

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Last month, MDigitalLife Lead Analyst Kayla Rodriguez introduced a new network scoring algorithm intended to take conference and conversation metrics beyond the blunt instruments of size and so-called "reach." [The [...]

4 December, 2015

Connecting the Health Ecosystem, or Why I’m thrilled to work with Dana Lewis

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We all know that social media has changed the way the world communicates about health - you needn't look any farther than Anjelina Jolie introducing the world to the BRCA [...]

1 December, 2015

The Evolution of ASH – Measuring the Strength of Online Networks

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Over the last three years we at MDigitalLife have been evolving the way we analyze online conversations about health. Initially, our focus was primarily on topical analysis – and that’s [...]

10 November, 2015

From robotics to genomics, social influencers are driving conversations at Exponential Medicine 2015

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Artificial intelligence. Virtual reality. Genomics. Robotics. At the 2015 Exponential Medicine conference (#XMed), taking place November 9-12 in San Diego, CA, what were once next-gen health tech topics have moved [...]

9 November, 2015

Audience architecture in the digital age: Exponential Medicine 2015

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[UPDATE: The Audience Architecture workshop has been moved to Wednesday, November 11 at 1:45 PST. Please note the change!] Your audience is ready to tell you everything you need to [...]