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Twitter chat exploring the social future of healthcare

This Thursday Frog design hosted a one hour live conversation on Twitter to follow u on the Fast company article “The Future of health care is social” .

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“The chat brought healthcare professionals and thought leaders, reporters, bloggers, and designers together for a lively discussion that offered provocative insights on the article. Participants in the chat took a critical look at how “health and life science technology solutions [could] one day become a natural part of our behavior and lifestyle” and the incentives and social networks that would make this viable for adoption.”

View the complete discussion on Designmind blog

Download the PDF of  “The future of healthcare is social

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