It is really crucial to monitor the performance of a user within the ecosystem, expecting to motivate users get more engaged and gain and produce value for themselves and many other members of the ecosystem. In a socio ecosystem it is only when its participants act and collaborate that actual benefits accrue.
Connectivity Index (CoI): This index offers practical insights of the connectivity status of a health professional. Its core methodology analyzes 3 indicators that identify progress made in the connectivity with colleagues, patients and the No of received credits expressed in the form of hellos. Based on this criterion, the Index assigns an “MCI score” for each indicator based on each value.
Collaboration Index (CI): This index is developed to assess the collaboration status of a health professional. CI goes deeper into key socio areas (on the contrary to conventional indexes) and at the same time measures their collective impact on the socio collaborative footprint of a doctor. The assessing criteria vary from quantified participation in Diagnosis Polls, and chats, up to No of referrals and responses (answers /medical advice) to regular users. This index relies strongly on the interactive response from other users to a single user, assessing real front-and-backwards collaboration.
Sharing Index (SI): The SI offers a unique research framework to assess a doctor’s sharing position by looking at two knowledge pillars stemming from both research and professional activities (applicable for freelancer health professionals). Research sharing pillar collects credits from video presentations, publications and academic articles, and professional sharing pillar uses public article and announcements as single indicators.
Socio-Medical Index (SMI): SMI is a comprehensive guide for the medical community and pharmaceutical industry leaders to develop a roadmap to the global medical ecosystem. Under a proprietary research methodology, three clusters of indexes (with specified weights) namely, Connectivity, Collaboration and Sharing indexes, are grouped according to their score, summing up the Total Eco-Score.