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The Business Case for Web 2.0 in Healthcare: Building Brands and Redefining the Patient Experience
The Business Case for Web 2.0 in Healthcare: Building Brands and Redefining the Patient Experience
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"Overwhelming. If we had known, we would have done it sooner." — the reaction of Susan Reid, marketing manager of University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Health, on the impact of placing UAB Health's videos on YouTube.

Health-related videos, podcasts, blogs and wikis represent a mashup of Web 2.0 and healthcare that is revolutionizing how consumers learn about and experience healthcare. And ready or not, healthcare organizations must learn to engage their audiences where they are — which is becoming more likely at sites like YouTube, iTunes and Facebook.

In The Business Case for Web 2.0 in Healthcare: Building Brands and Redefining the Patient Experience, Reid and counterparts at the Cleveland Clinic and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)recount how strategic utilization of Web 2.0 tools is driving prospective patients to their Web sites and to their facilities in record numbers. Even recruiters are feeling the impact of these efforts.

In this 45-page special report, Reid and fellow contributing presenters John Sharp, Cleveland Clinic project manager for IT web services, and Dave Bennett, MUSC director of web resources, share their marketing and health IT successes and offer strategies for Web 2.0 adoption. They provide details on:

  • The fundamental difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0;
  • The best (free) Web 2.0 channels for brand-building and public relations;
  • The value of views, comments, ratings and traffic;
  • Measuring the "sticky" quotient of your Web site;
  • Care providers as content providers and other content sources;
  • The impact of Web 2.0 on health literacy;
  • Legal and privacy considerations surrounding social media and employee-generated content;
  • The art of creating content for search engines;
  • And much more!

This beginners' guide to Web 2.0 and health, with more than 15 pages of Q&A, is based on a February 2008 webinar on leveraging the benefits of Web 2.0 in healthcare.

Table of Contents

  • Cleveland Clinic: Is Healthcare Ready for Web 2.0?
    • From Unofficial to Official Web 2.0 Uses
    • Podcasts, Physician Social Networks and CEO Blogs
    • Web 2.0 Considerations for a Risk-Averse Industry
  • Medical University of South Carolina Taps Care Providers as Content Providers
    • Physicians as Content Providers
    • Podcast Subscriptions, Customization and Traffic
    • Keyword-based Subscriptions
    • How to Subscribers
    • MUSC’s Growth in Online Video
    • The Power of iTunes for Podcasts and Videos
    • YouTube for Brand Management and Public Relations
    • Rethinking Site Searches for Web 2.0
  • Views on Video: UAB Health System Engages Consumers Where They Are
    • The UAB Rap and Beyond: Getting Viewers to "LOL"
    • Repurposing Video Content and Tracking Views
    • Getting More Mileage Out of Your Videos
  • Q&A: Ask the Experts
    • Regulatory Considerations for Social Networking
    • Convincing Providers to Become Content Providers
    • Pros of Employee-generated Content
    • Employee Involvement with Web 2.0
    • Monitoring Employee-generated Content
    • Top Three Tools for Web 2.0 Implementation
    • Getting Started with YouTube
    • Building Your YouTube Library
    • YouTube’s Future in Healthcare
    • Business Case for Web 2.0
    • Web 2.0 for B2B Services
    • Origin and Demographics of Web Visitors
    • Pre-registering for Site Access
    • Measuring ROI on Web 2.0 Technologies
    • Traditional vs. Web 2.0 Communication Methods
    • Challenges of e-Scheduling
    • Making a Video
    • Partnering with Other Organizations
  • Glossary
  • For More Information
  • About the Presenters
Publication Date: June 2008
Number of Pages: 45
ISBN 10: 1-934647-34-9 (Print version); 1-934647-35-7 (PDF version)
ISBN 13: 978-1-934647-34-9 (Print version); 978-1-934647-35-6 (PDF version)
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Using Web Technologies in Consumer-Driven Healthcare for Transparency, Decision Support and Health Promotion, an Audio Conference on CD-ROM
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