Care, delivery and development is the key driver to excellence in the Healthcare segment. With a steep increase in realization of the value provided by web technologies, seekers of knowledge and seekers of practise have begun to find the web, a wholesome platform for unified information and advanced knowledge.

Conventional models of disseminating practise and finding-based healthcare education involves developing specialized knowledge and practise programs around research, trials and evidence based results; developing the community and arranging events for the knowledge to be delivered in.
With the change of the conventional mask, societies and associations have realized the high value potential of using web 2.0 as a reliable effectiveness tool. Here is how any association/ society can prepare to leverage this change.

1.Develop a Trusted Site for Health Care Professionals and Organizations: Focused on improving communication amongst health care professionals; Private, secure environment for members.

2.Implements online communities for health and life-science organizations: Health Systems, Non-Profit Organizations, Medical Schools, Professional Associations, Research Groups, Industry.

3.Develop communities for Key Opinion Leaders: Increase interaction between KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders) and their peers, Amplify important topics, Provide messages where and when MDs are ready for them, Provide Discussions, News, Media, Presentations, and Event Scheduling.

4. Allow Other organization types derive their own value from communities: Increase Alumni interaction, Provide news and resources, Inform of reunion activities, Increase percentage and quality of email and contact information,
Raise awareness of underfunded programs.

5. Develop and assign CR projects: develop, validate, share and publish project data.

A professional community portal helps KOLs drive professional medical and healthcare activities, peers connect to peers and establish secure and confident relationships.
Extended value of such a collaborative portal is:
A)Saves Time
Find content from people you know
Interact with organizations in one setting

B)Improves Collaboration
Connect with colleagues around the world
Improve teamwork (clinical trials, clinical support, etc)

C)Builds Reputation
Promote research and studies
Market referral interests