If your clinic has adopted Pinterest as part of its healthcare social media strategy, today you’re in luck! Since Pinterest burst on the social scene in 2010 it has seen steady usership, but bloggers and organizations have had no way … Continue reading →
It’s been a very busy week at MDWebPro. Other than keeping up to date on the newest trends and insight within the healthcare social media world, we’ve been very busy finalizing our newest healthcare email marketing eBook. The latest Pew … Continue reading →
No matter what your role is within the healthcare community, it’s safe to say technology plays some type of role in your day to day operations. Whether you are developing new technology to enhance healthcare or a patient in the … Continue reading →
The healthcare community is huge! There are physicians, nurses, patients, consultants, office managers, and more, each using social media for different purposes. Patients have found Twitter a wonderful support system that was not available years ago; doctors can connect and … Continue reading →
I’ve been on a social media infographic and statistics kick lately. With the data from the Pew Internet & American Life Project, along with some of the great statistics from comScore I’ve been staring at numbers for days. In this week’s HCSM Week in … Continue reading →
It’s that time of the week again and we’ve got some great articles for you. In this week’s edition of Healthcare Social Media in Review we look at patient engagement, an interview with a #HCSM moderator and founder Dana Lewis, … Continue reading →
I had the pleasure of interviewing Dana Lewis who is a health and digital strategist at Seattle’s Swedish Medical Center as well as the moderator and founder of the weekly Healthcare Social Media chat session on Twitter. We chatted about … Continue reading →
The Pew Internet & American Life Project was released last week with some wonderfully insightful data. From user demographics to how data is being used, the healthcare community is doing some pretty amazing things across all social media platforms. Take … Continue reading →
With Hurricane Sandy fresh on everyone’s mind as well as the upcoming presidential election, the way information is relayed through social media is just fascinating. Ethics, preparedness, and disseminating information is a heavy task but one that the healthcare community … Continue reading →
Whether you are just taking your first steps on the social media track or you’re running full laps around it, this week’s healthcare social media week in review has something for you. From healthcare being on the cusp of a … Continue reading →
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