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Social Media in Healthcare – FOBIP Seminar Series

The FOBIP Alumni Network Executive Committee, Center for Biotechnology at Stony Brook University, and Mount Sinai School of Medicine Present:

 

Medicine

Social Media in Healthcare

 

Date: Monday, January 31st, 2011 at 6:30PM
Location: Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Icahn Medical Institute – 1425 Madison Avenue (@ 98th St.), 1st Floor Seminar room
Agenda: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Panel Discussion
(networking reception to follow)

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($10 suggested donation)

Abstract

Social media is emerging as an effective tool for attracting business opportunities. Healthcare providers and patients are building online communities to help manage disease and sort through medical information. In the quest to improve outcomes, hospitals and clinics are using online social networks to discuss their medical practices and for patient outreach. The FDA is considering guidelines for the drug industry’s use of social media for drug marketing.

Dr. Michelle Hoffmann, of Deloitte Research, will be presenting a summary of a recent industry study she co-authored on the practical applications of social networks in the Life Sciences industry. Results from the study are based on interviews with executives in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as experts in the social media community. Her presentation will be followed by a panel discussion. The panel, composed of individuals experienced in the use of social media and communications, will share their thoughts on the opportunities, challenges, best practices, and value of social media for healthcare.

  • Presentation“To friend or not? New insights about social networks in the life sciences industry”
    • Michelle Hoffmann, PhD, Senior Research Manager, Deloitte Research.
  • Panelists
    • Bradley Jobling, MBA, Social Media Consultant, Dept. of Surgery, Columbia University Medical Center.
    • Louise Clemens, JD, Consultant on Digital Strategy for the Healthcare Industry.
    • Sandra Holtzman, President and Founder, Holtzman Communications.
    • Diane Zuckerman, RPh, CEO, Evidence-Based Solutions.
  • Moderator
    • Sarah Webb, PhD, Journalist, Science Writer and Editor, Webb of Science.

 

Speaker’s Bios

 

Moderator

Sarah Webb, PhD, is a science writer and editor based in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in Discover, Science News, ScientificAmerican.com, Science Careers, Nature Biotechnology, The Scientist, Weekly Reader’s Current Health titles, and many other publications. She has a B.S. in chemistry and a B.A. in German from Furman University (Greenville, SC). After a Fulbright fellowship studying organic chemistry in Gieβen, Germany, she completed a Ph.D. in bioorganic chemistry at Indiana University in Bloomington. Committed to communicating science to the public, she shifted her focus from laboratory research to writing, editing, and informal science education. In 2004, she launched her writing career in New York City with internships at Discover magazine and as an AAAS Mass Media Fellow at WNBC-TV. Learn more at webbofscience.com.

 

Guest Speakers

Michelle Hoffmann, PhD, is a Senior Research Manager in Deloitte Research specializing in the life sciences sector. As part of Deloitte Research, Michelle keeps abreast of emerging trends and drivers that impact the rapidly changing drug and device industry. Michelle recently co-authored an industry study on the practical applications of social networks in the Life Sciences industry. Results from the study are based on interviews with executives in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as experts in Health 2.0. Prior to joining Deloitte Research, Michelle was a consultant in the Strategic Advisory group at Leerink Swann, a boutique health care investment bank where she helped clients understand how to value and leverage new therapies and technologies. She led projects on a diverse range of topics that include cell therapy opportunities, the diagnostics landscape, oncology clinical strategies, next generation sequencing, as well as numerous opportunity assessments. Her clients included start ups as well as top 5 biopharma companies. Michelle holds a Ph.D. in molecular and cell biology from the University of California at Berkeley and a B.S. in biology from Cornell.

 

Bradley Jobling, MBA, created the social media program for the Columbia University Medical Center Department of Surgery. He has 15 years of experience on Internet strategy and online marketing projects. His work has involved the advertising, media and health care industries. Bradley’s additional interests include online video and entrepreneurial businesses.

 

Sandra Holtzman, President and Founder of Holtzman Communications, is an award-winning creative director and marketing strategist. She has over 20 years of expertise in all areas of pharmaceutical advertising (ethical, OTC, DTC), nanotech, biotech, and chemical as well as emerging and converging technologies. Her experience includes business-to-business, medical communications, and international marketing, as well as consumer marketing.

 

Diane Zuckerman, RPh, is the CEO of Evidence-Based Solutions, a company focused on making medical data actionable, by collecting, organizing, and turning medical information into useful solutions for healthcare providers, patients, systems and payers. Diane is an entrepreneur with 20+ years of experience building successful medical education and technology-driven companies, including PROmedica Communications and the Foundation for Better Healthcare.

 

Louise Clemens, JD, is currently working as a consultant on digital strategy for healthcare agencies, hospitals, non-profits, to create online community for healthcare constituents using social media platforms that provide metrics and ROI. With more than 20 years of experience in solution selling, Louise’s most recent experience was VP of Business Development for Within3, a company that builds and sustains secure online communities for formal and informal networks of healthcare professionals. Prior to joining Within3, Louise was with a medical publishing company, where she headed a multi-million dollar biomedical device magazine and quadrupled its revenue within a two-year span. In addition, to her extensive sales background, Louise has her JD from Cleveland-Marshall School of Law at Cleveland State University ensuring that the custom community solutions she develops with each customer meet the stringent regulatory and legal requirements necessary to be successful.

 

 

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One Comment

  1. Matt

    This looks really awesome. The line up of guest speakers and presenters is very exciting!

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