People hate their online experience with health websites. It's like using AOL in 2014 while navigating the prolific flood of daily content. It's lonely, without context, and takes forever because big conglomerates create a “perception of choice” with reskinned sites and duplicated content. It sucks.
People are social. That's why the leading edge of healthcare is to fulfill our desire to learn together and share what we know. (PEW research)
Medoozie crowdsources the medical learning curve while creating personal health résumés to promote experienced
and knowledgeable contributions.
Pinterest for health finds.
Linkedin for your health/caregiving history.
Quora, follow topics and people.
Feedly/Yummly for content aggregating.
Reddit to up vote and share.
Pushing out more content on the web.
Ads disguised as good information.
Thinking people can’t determine what’s good.