The values and attitudes inspired by the “Web 2.0” movement of recent years are spilling into health information practices. Blogs, Wikipedia, YouTube and many other sites have supported a sense of empowerment that challenges the traditional authority of many professions. “User-generated” content and “participation” are core values of what I like to call “2.0 Attitude.” This is having a significant impact on emerging trends in health care and medicine. This video is about that.
Oh, by the way, could 2.0 Attitude also bring about the decline of traditional, professionalized non-profit organizations? Watch and find out.