Toby and I had some left over money in our MTurk Crowdsourcing account, so we thought we run a few more tests to see what kind of results we could get from the vast amount of potential workers. In the process of blowing the remaining $14.00 we had in the account, we learned a thing or two and thought we’d share our new found knowledge with you.
Test 1: Bullet-Point ReviewsReview the following legal article and give a synopsis of the article 5 bullet point of approximately 15 words each.Test 2: Paragraph ReviewsReview the following legal article and give a synopsis of the article in approximately 100 words.Test 3: Copy & Paste Article Title, Date and Intro ParagraphOpen the following URL and copy the Title, Date, and First Paragraph of the legal article found at that site.
- Don’t submit anything on a Saturday morning.
- Two-Bits can still buy some things
- The more “mechanical” the work, the better the results
- MTurkers are people… some of them pretty smart people!
(we even had one comment on this blog about her experiences)
Write 4-5 Bullet-Point Reviews of the Following Law Articles
- Each Bullet-Point should be approximately 15 words in length.
- Do not repeat the title of the article or the author name(s) in your summary.
- Summary must be in your own words, do not cut-and-paste sentences from the article.
- Try to mention approximately 4-7 keywords relating to the article topic.
Law Firm: [Law Firm Name]Article Title: [Name of Article]Website: [URL Link]Bullet-Point 1: Bullet-Point 2: Bullet-Point 3: Bullet-Point 4: Bullet-Point 5: Please provide any comments you may have below, we appreciate your input!
Firm Name: Holland & HartArticle Title: Internet Medicine Part IV: `Health 2.0`URL: http://bit.ly/RrWhr
- Health 2.0 represents a new paradigm in the relationship between doctors and their patients
- Many websites are evolving into the role of information providers, acting as intermediaries between patients and their physicians and care providers
- Websites are key information providing sources to patients because U.S, physicians don’t receive compensation for providing medical advice to patients
- Electronic medical records offer promise for an advertising-funded model for online information dissemination to patients
- Privacy issues are highly likely to continue to be an impediment to personal health records online because of confidentiality concernsFirm Name: Baker & DanielsArticle Title: EEOC issues reminder on ADA compliance when dealing with the H1N1 flu virusURL: http://bit.ly/1839dm
- Employers are limited in medical examination and disability information requests for current employees
- Employers may not request disability requests or demands to prospective employees
- Employers may inquire of new employees disability related inquiries, but these inquiries must be standard practice and may not segregate
- Disability information acquired from employees must be carefully guarded and kept confidential
- Recommends employers identify standard best practices related to medical outbreaks and emergencies, including options for telework, as long as these do not discriminate against those with disabilitiesFirm Name: McDermott Will & EmeryArticle Title: Senate Health Care Reform Policy Options: Medicare AdvantageURL: http://bit.ly/MongA
- There has been released of three particpated health reform option paper from the Senate which was voted April 29,2009.
- With the new laws that have been passed enfornced the four most important things from the Medicare Advantage.
- –Firm Name: Dinsmore & ShohlArticle Title: Medicare DMEPOS competitive bidding program becomes effective April 18, 2009URL: http://bit.ly/owOeo
- Will affect DME suppliers in ten selected cities (Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh) and surrounding areas
- Replaces existing fee for service model with bids for competitively priced items in ten product categories
- No effect on current Durable Medical Equipment (DMEPOS) suppliers
- Medicare is interested in input from DMEPOS suppliers impacted by the program
- More information in presentation by Mark A. McAndrews at Ohio Pharmacists Association Annual Conference