There's a great scene in the movie The Big Chill where the main characters are having a discussion on the topic of rationalizations. One individual comments that he doesn't know anyone who could get through the day without two or three juicy rationalizations.
The FDA public hearings on the use of the Internet and social media to promote FDA-regulated medical products drew hundreds of presenters and thousands of written comments. Although the FDA isn't expected to issue formal rules or guidance until late next year at the earliest, the initial response among stakeholders has been positive.
In the wake of the debacle that was Vista, all eyes have been on Microsoft and its eagerly awaited Windows 7. Does the new operating system correct Vista's fatal ï¬‚aws (incompatibility, sluggishness, and annoying notiï¬cations), while making signiï¬cant improvements on XP in terms of ease of use and organization? Read on to ï¬nd out.
2009 may very well be looked back on as the year that social media Ã¯Â¬ï¿½nally came into its own in healthcare. Compared to how things were a couple years ago, the current level of penetration, acceptance, and utilization of social media tools of all stripes within healthcare is striking. Here, we present summaries of some of the biggest stories and trends in healthcare social media from 2009.