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Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia Embraces Social Collaboration

Social applications based on SharePoint are just beginning to prove their worth in clinical settings. Here's how one hospital uses them to review case studies, share resources, and more.

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Alison_Diana
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3/13/2014 | 5:35:21 PM
Capturing Content
I wonder how the hospital tracks and captures good ideas from its social collaboration so they don't get lost. A lot of times organizations have great collaboration tools but don't have successful follow-up so ideas aren't changed into action items.
Charlie Babcock
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3/11/2014 | 10:29:34 PM
A balance sought in Philadelphia
Yes, there are strict privacy concerns at a childrens hospital, and still, there is a great need for collaboration at this facility. May the right balance be achieved by the Philadelphia Childrens Hospital practitioners.
Laurianne
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3/11/2014 | 3:23:46 PM
SharePoint pros and cons
"Unless you were a member of a community, you couldn't even see what other communities existed," Culbertson said. Interesting example of SharePoint frustration -- hidden groups aren't just a SharePoint problem though.
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