5 Non-Obvious Questions Raised By Pew Internet’s Health Online 2013 Study

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Earlier this week, the Pew Internet and American Life Project released its annual research focusing on some of the ways people find and consume online health information.

Pew’s research is very important to us, as it has had a major influence on digihealth pulse, our ongoing tracking study of active digital health consumers (and our previous digihealth pulse research on online moms and health providers).

While coverage of this study has been plentiful, there are a number of what I call non-obvious questions raised by Pew’s current and previous research that we have been investigating and thinking about for some time.

To help expand and propel conversation about Pew’s important work, we have developed the presentation appearing below.  It focuses on five critical questions raised by Pew’s research that have rarely been articulated and addressed. To view this presentation, please click here or see below.

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Fard Johnmar

About the Author

Fard Johnmar is founder and president of Enspektos, LLC, which powers digihealth pulse. Enspektos is an innovation consultancy focused on helping health organizations use digital technologies to spark action among consumers, healthcare providers, caregivers and others. He is also a 2013-2014 Fellow at the Society for New Communications Research, a global think tank focused on the advanced study of the latest developments in new and emerging communications tools and technologies.  He also is co-author of ePatient 2015: 15 Surprising Trends Changing Health Care.

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