ICT&health September 27, 2021
Artur Olesch

They have several dozen or hundred thousand fans. They test and promote innovative technologies on social media and take the floor at international conferences—digital health influencers, opinion leaders, lobbyists and activists drive the transformation of healthcare. Is this still a democratic dialogue or already a shared information bias?

The statistical Internet user spent a daily average of 2 hours and 22 minutes on social media in 2020. For people aged 16-24 – over 3 hours. Websites such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter are used by over 3 billion people worldwide. Facebook has 2.2 billion active users. They shape our everyday decisions, world-view, political beliefs and consumer behaviour.

Different groups and interests on the stage arranged by algorithms

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Topics: Digital Health, Govt Agencies, Patient / Consumer, Provider, Social Media, Technology
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