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OPENING KEYNOTE
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TUESDAY DEC.  9, 2014
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What hope do social networks offer the future of person-centered health?

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What hope do social networks offer the future of person-centered health? Tune in to see one disruptive woman’s vision for social network- driven wellness, Jen Hyatt, CEO, Big White Wall.

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What hope do social networks offer the future of person-centered health?

  1. 1. *xxkm l k i CEO & FOUNDER _ _ i BIG WHITE WALL , aát bigwhitewallcom is the world's first digital mental health and wellbeing service that works across health, military and employer markets in the United Kingdom and Australia, with an increasing global presence.
  2. 2. JEN HYATT'S vision for social networks To help us overcome isolation, find stability, support and the ability to express what we are = truly feeling without fear of repercussion.
  3. 3. “Q7 < fF: LA7.. .i+ l i: Ö 7,7 75; ÖaÅll i' Offer the opportunity for us to create mentally healthier lives in societies.
  4. 4. c of consumers say information found via social media affects the way they deal with their health. 36:11ititáviñiárátäfiñâçáaáäTieiñinlägg, LETlaRVAVi-'nlüit-Iunit-ai
  5. 5. SOCIAL NETWORKS CAN “ Provide a social space so we have the stability and support of a community, and safety behind the mask of anoymity. 39
  6. 6. of people polled information y found on so i media affects M someone Source: PwC Health Industries Report, Social media "likes" healthcare from marketing to social business
  7. 7. SOCIAL NETWORKS CAN “ Provide a social model of health where We move from patient to activist by taking a shared role in understanding and managing our condition. 99
  8. 8. of patients want to share in their health- care decision-making. Source: 2014 HIMSS State of Patient Engagement and Health IT Paper
  9. 9. SOCIAL NETWORKS CAN “ Mitigate the loneliness of ill-health. Mobile and digital devices can allow us to track elements of our health and share these with others. They can also remind us to take medications or let “buddies” know how we are progressing. 99
  10. 10. c. of respondents said they turn to digital sources such as social networks for information when making health decisions. ut of those who use tools, devices and apps to manage or track on their own say these technologies have helped improved their health. ? femma iüil-Tåilálueiui iizrtliiiifsfritomater
  11. 11. WHERE ARE SOCIAL NETWORKS HEADED NEXT? (c An era where [everyday] objects join the digital chorus driven by intelligent algorithms and clever learning machines. 99
  12. 12. T r. , A 1 Your home knows how you feel. lt has read and computed your social, physical and emotional patterns and knows you're feeling low. So, as you open your eyes, it is to spirited music; downstairs on your refrigerator is a list of foods to uplift you. And from there, yo ur day begins.
  13. 13. what's your vision for social network- driven wellness?
  14. 14. JEN HYATT BIG WHITE WALL OPENING KEYNOTE & EXECUTIVE SPOTLIGHT TUESDAY DEC. 9, 2014 8:30 AM ET Explore your vision for social network-driven wellness “HEALTH SUMMIT REGISTER NOW! December 7-11, 2014 I Washington, DC area The Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center #mhealth14 | http: //www. mhealthsummit. org/ registration

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