Can Healthcare Organizations Find Wisdom in the Crowd?

With the rise of Web 2.0 innovations such as social networks, wikis and crowdsourcing, anyone with Internet access has a voice. Healthcare organizations have a wonderful opportunity to seek input from individuals, groups and other constituencies – input that can provide insights, data, experiences and business solutions that might otherwise go unexplored. Learn more by reading crowdsourcing examples from respected organizations such as Mayo Clinic, Harvard University, The Harvard Clinical and Translations Science Center, Kaiser Permanente and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of North Carolina by downloading the article below.


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