Healthcare social media isn’t a buzzword, and it’s not a trend. It’s a global shift in how patients and the healthcare industry connects. Want to be at the front of the pack? To help you get there, we’re proud to present some of the best minds and talents from around the globe, and are making them available to you. Learn more about Healthcare Social Media Consultants.
The goal of the “Healthcare Hashtag Project” is to make the use of healthcare social media and Twitter more accessible for the healthcare community as a whole. By lowering the learning curve of Twitter with a database of relevant hashtags to follow, we hope to help new and existing users alike to find the conversations that are of interest and importance. See the The Healthcare Hashtag Project.
The healthcare industry is changing with incredible speed, and one of the major contributors to this change is the dramatic upsurge in healthcare communication brought on by social media. Healthcare Social Media Analytics can bring incredible value by segmenting, analyzing and curating online healthcare discussions to answer your unique questions and needs. Learn more about Healthcare Analytics.
At Symplur we’re committed to providing you as professional healthcare provider with everything you need to understand, position yourself, and to take advantage of the fundamental shift that is taking place in marketing a medical practice. To that end, troughout the week we will highlight best practices and articles in healthcare social media that we have come across on the web in order to further your knowledge of the opportunities before you. Learn more about The Scoop in Healthcare Social Media.
You want to educate your patients using social media. You want to be found when potential patients search for your offerings. You want to be seen as a professional healthcare provider that help patients find quality healthcare information online by content curation and continuos content creation. Learn more about Content Creation for Healthcare Social Media.
Emerging platforms for online collaboration are fundamentally changing the way healthcare providers work. However, it’s also a relatively new technology with a new set of rules, opportunities and risks. Physicians and office managers should encourage their coworkers to engage in social media, but not without guidance and HIPAA compliance. Learn more about Healthcare Social Media Policy.