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A new report looks at using health information technology for outreach and enrollment efforts, but in a manner that takes into account the digital divide.

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I recently attended a forum hosted by the USC Annenberg's California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships, Iso.in.ua and Media Impact Funders focusing on the opportunity for philanthropies to utilize media to make the world a better place.

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My first panel at SXSW wasn't a whiz-bang-gadget conversation, but one that spurred great thinking on communities that don't necessarily have access to high-speed broadband Internet.

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Consider this: Mobile phones have created the broadest platform for people to engage with media ever. So if journalists aren't using mobile technology to engage with their audiences, are they missing a huge opportunity to connect efficiently and effectively?

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When Dr. R. Jan Gurley (a.k.a. Doc Gurley) went to Haiti to provide emergency medical care earlier this year, it blew her mind that she could carry her entire medical library with her on her iPhone. "My entire medical library, including little videos of how to do really invasive procedures, is on my iPhone. I should be able to text, upload photos and even little bits of video with my iPhone," .

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