Social Media

Also referred to as Web 2.0, this term describes the convergence between human interaction and Internet-based groundswell technologies such as mobile and video (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, etc.). Research coverage includes user-generated content and rich Internet applications.

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  • Past 12 months
  • Healthcare & Life Sciences
  • eBusiness & Channel Strategy
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:mHealth Illustrates New Business Opportunities

    How To Combine New Data Sources, Cloud Resources, And Engagement Tactics To Maximize Impact In Mobile Moments

    A phenomenal amount of innovation is happening in the healthcare and wellness industries that places them at the forefront of mobile engagement. From wrist bands to smart pills, firms are using...

    • Downloads: 525
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:The Unfulfilled Promise Of Health-Plan-Owned Digital Health And Wellness Platforms

    Plans Continue To Struggle With Consumer Data Aggregation To Enhance Member Experiences

    The rising cost of care, regulatory limits on administrative spend, the emergence of private exchanges, and defined contribution models have sent health plans scrambling to revisit their digital...

    • Downloads: 76
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Trends 2014: North American Digital Insurance

    The Age Of The Customer Mandates Five Actions In 2014

    Not that long ago, insurers dictated the engagement model for customers. Those days are gone. Now, customers are changing the rules: They are shifting from being passive sideliners and are willing...

    • Downloads: 596