The Weekly Scoop in Healthcare Social Media #35

The Weekly Scoop in Healthcare Social Media #35

The 5 Basic Rules for Happiness on Twitter

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The number “13” is normally associated with bad luck, but this list of thirteen items consists of “The 5 basic rules for happiness on Twitter” and the “Application of the 5 basic rules”. Follow them, and good things will happen.

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Social Media Best Practices for Senior Living and LTC

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A good commentary and solid pointers about establishing and maintaining a relevant and vibrant Facebook page for long term care providers.

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Why social media might be catching on for older adults

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“There are two activities which stand out among people living with chronic disease: blogging and participating in online health discussions. When other demographic factors are held constant, having a chronic disease significantly increases an internet user’s likelihood to say they work on a blog or contribute to an online discussion, a listserv, or other forum that helps people with personal issues or health problems.”

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“Healthcare Social Media in Practice” is our pick of the week display of great social media execution in the healthcare industry

University of Michigan Health System

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“For our triumphs are not in research alone, nor in the hands of a single doctor, but rather in the rewards realized from working together.

If their Facebook Page represents as a valid evidence of how the rest of their organization is working, we can confidently say that they must be realizing rewards from working together. Their page has a very large following, many of whom are active in discussing issues and articles on their wall page, making this is one of the best Facebook “wall pages” we’ve encountered.

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