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Marie Ennis-O'Connor
Attended University College Dublin - National University of Ireland, Dublin
Lives in Dublin, Ireland
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Over the past few years, we’ve seen an explosion of interest in digital health technologies, which are loosely defined as tools such as mobile apps, genetic testing and data analytics that are influencing how people receive, think about and deliver care.  It’s clear that these technologies hold a great deal of promise, and it’s digital health’s potential that has driven the hype surrounding it.  

In May, I’ll be participating in a unique event produced by the innovation consultancy Enspektos, digihealth pulse Virtual 2014 (DHPV 2014), which is the world’s first all-Web digital health conference. During DHPV 2014, I’ll be delivering a talk (and leading a Q&A) about the ways health technology can be used to truly help patients.  I’ll also participate in a discussion with Fard Johnmar, digital health futurist and founder of Enspektos, about this topic during the event.
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Great conversation today on the changing relationship between the epatient and the physician with  +Jamie Tripp Uitus +Denise SILBER and Renza Scibilia
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Taking a picture to help you remember something might end up having the opposite effect, according to new research.
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“We do not have a choice on whether we DO social media, the question is – HOW WELL WE DO IT.”
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Having an online presence has its advantages when it comes to healthcare marketing, but it does come with some risks. Patients can share their experiences online with the click of a mouse and their comments travel quickly through their social network. Journalists, ever-ready for a news scoop, may pick up on the story and run with it. A crisis can then escalate rapidly and you need to be ready to remedy the situation without delay. The only way to do this is to have a crisis plan already in place.

Knowing how to maintain an online reputation is an essential component of healthcare marketing. Today's article will show you how to put an effective crisis response strategy in place for your healthcare brand.
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Great article Marie - in plain English. Looking forward to exploring further. 
 
Kerri Sparling of Six Until Me  and I share our thoughts on #epatients         in Med Crunch today #doctors20  
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Facebook is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and to mark the event users can share a video of their best moments, created by Facebook. I was surprised to find how moving this turned out to be. Facebook detractors will say that it is a false representation of our lives – there has even been research done that has shown that looking at people’s photographs on Facebook can make you envious and less satisfied with your own life. I chose to see it another way. I love to travel alongside my friends when they post travel pictures on the site; to see what the weather is like; how they spend the holidays; who their families and their pets are. We tend to post pictures when we are at our happiest – enjoying a meet up with a friend, spending time with family, eating something delicious, sharing a sunset or beautiful scenery. It is good to be reminded that these moments of happiness are our lives too.  As someone commented on one friend’s video: “SO much happiness in these little one minute snippets of our lives”.
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I thought it was lovely, great memories and yes, moving 
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I am a freelance PR consultant and social media trainer, specializing in healthcare and non profit online marketing. 
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