Health Is Social

Infusing Social Media into Healthcare

The Probability of Enlightenment

It’s very human to retreat to extreme views in the face of sudden change. It’s easier to either ignore what’s happening or fully go along with it without processing it.

Much harder to invest the work to explore and learn and think critically.

Are the people you work with – hospital administrators, doctors, nurses, communicators, patients, technology experts – enlightened?

Is there anything you can do to move the rest of the world from blindness into vision?

The resistance towards informed cognition lessens as you get closer to it. It’s at the extremes where it’s hardest.

The decision you might have to make: who is most worth enlightening? Who might you just have to work around?

Might the first step be with yourself?

@PhilBaumann@HealthIsSocial

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