Mark Polly, Director at Perficient, recently wrote a blog post on how we can use hashtags to help make cancer information more searchable for those that need it.
Over on Symplur.com, Dr. Michael Katz talks about connected health care. In this blog post, Hashtags in Cancer Care: Embedding Meaning in Digital Health, he proposes a more formal set (“ontology”) of hashtags for cancer information. While hashtags have traditionally been a means of spontaneously organizing Twitter tweets, I think Dr. Katz’s idea has a lot of merit. Let me explain why I think this.
To read Mark’s full blog post, click here.
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