The Weekly Scoop #38 – Best Practices in Healthcare Social Media

The Weekly Scoop #38 – Best Practices in Healthcare Social Media

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AngiesList@AngiesList

Find and choose the best local Doctors – powerful Video, worth watching!

Angie’s List is a word-of-mouth network, helping more than 1 million members find the best physicians, dentists and healthcare specialists in their area. Read detailed reviews from members near you to find out which doctors to trust, and which to avoid.

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Cleveland Clinic creates incubator for internal app development

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FierceHealthIT@FierceHealthIT

Cleveland Clinic is betting that its doctors . . . have some great ideas for apps . . . created a mobile “governance committee” of physicians, marketers, administrators, registered nurses and IT reps.

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VA Aggressively Adopts Social Media

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healthinfosec@healthinfosec

The Department of Veterans Affairs is highly encouraging its workforce to employ social media and mobile technologies to open communication channels with its veterans’ stakeholders.

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“Most Innovative Use of Social Media”

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CUREtweets@CUREtweets

CUREkids is both an amazing use of social media and provides real, tangible value to the thousands of kids and families around the world . . . nominated for top 25 Most Innovative Uses of Social Media by a Charity.

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