Physicians’ adoption of social media continues to grow: as more and more time is spent by HCPs publishing social media content, and given its increasing importance, how should that be reflected in the traditional CV?
Audun Utengen – articles written for Symplur
Starting today, Symplur will collaborate with Stanford Medicine X, Grace Anne Dorney Koppel and Ted Koppel on the 2019 Medicine X | CHANGE Educational Grand Challenge on COPD. Symplur is providing an exclusive COPD … Continued
You’re now free to take a sneak peek at how Symplur Signals visualizes thousands of different healthcare conversations. Simply log in here with your free Symplur Account (or create a … Continued
We believe (and our customers agree) that tools and services purpose-built for healthcare extract greater value than generic tools. We have been well rewarded for staying focused. Today, we are … Continued
The stakeholder group in healthcare that has been the most reluctant to adopt and to engage on social media is arguably pharma. Cultural and regulatory concerns have long delayed their … Continued
Have you ever needed a super simple and fast way to find the right health hashtag for an article you want to share? We just built the solution. And it’s … Continued
For all you researchers out there, we’ve just launched a new project in collaboration with Stanford Medicine X to further research in healthcare social media. What we have created is a public … Continued
A couple of months ago Symplur was invited to the White House for a workshop dedicated to engaging participants as partners in research. Since that awesome day we’ve been working with … Continued
Measuring influence – how we used the Healthcare Social Graph® Score to determine PM Society’s Digital Awards winner The PM Society’s 2016 Digital Awards took place last month in London, and we … Continued
All of us want to make healthcare better. We believe that better healing models can be created from better understanding. Better understanding comes from the processing of knowledge, and knowledge … Continued
In collaboration with the innovative healthcare social media analytics company Symplur, the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) has launched a new workshop series to help students … Continued
Last Friday we received a hashtag submission from @NIH for #PrecisionMedicine and about 30 minutes later the tweet activity just exploded. We realized we had to take a closer look … Continued
One of the joys of having large data sets about the past is the opportunity to learn from observing patterns. And from observing patterns you may be able to give … Continued
Have we reached peak growth of healthcare social media? The numbers we are seeing doesn’t seem to indicate so. More and more stakeholders in healthcare wether they are patients, providers … Continued
2013 was a remarkable year for healthcare conferences. We like to call 2013 the year healthcare conferences became social. More than 1,080 healthcare conferences were registered and tracked with us … Continued
What happens when a healthcare conference is over? Not all healthcare conferences are created equal. Some conferences leave a lasting impact with stories that will stay with you as a … Continued
If you’ve been to a healthcare conference lately, you probably had a moment where you sat down in the main stage room and looked around in order to size up … Continued
Mayo Clinic’s Transform Symposium (#TXFM) had another successful year. There were several ways one could be part of last week’s event: by physically attending, following the free live stream, or … Continued
We’re delighted to host the 35th edition of the Health Care Social Media Review. HCSM Review is a biweekly peer-reviewed blog carnival for published posts about social media use in healthcare. The … Continued
So far this year, over 400 healthcare conferences have registered their hashtag with Symplur. It’s an amazing number! We’ve commented on the growth of Twitter use in healthcare conferences in … Continued
Yesterday, February 21, 2012, happened to be a historic day in healthcare social media. The participants at the HIMSS12 conference (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Conference 2012) in Las Vegas … Continued
Data is great, and boy do we have lots of data from the millions of Twitter conversations we have in our healthcare social media analytics database. However, data isn’t very … Continued
Capture and share the essence of healthcare conferences on a global perspective. If a conference is worth tweeting, add the hashtag and tweet it. Share the knowledge.
Want to take your medical practice Facebook Page to the next level? To stand out from all the other healthcare organizations, adding a simple Facebook App can increase the functionality … Continued
Follow these best practices to make your healthcare Facebook Page thrive. Easy steps to jump start your medical practice's Facebook Page.
It’s been almost two months since we launched the Healthcare Hashtag Project and we have done a few incremental updates since then, but today we’re excited to announce some great … Continued
As a result of bringing location-based social networking to the masses, Facebook Places will also bring us game dynamics. This will have huge implications for local businesses, including hospitals, medical practices and … Continued
Why advertising to prospective patients on Facebook? Custom fit target audience by psychographic info that aligns perfectly with your medical practice.
Facebook Places and the Healthcare Industry On August 18th Facebook finally launched their long expected entry into the location-based social network scene. We can say pretty safely that this is … Continued
What is Facebook Places? Let’s start with the basics. Facebook Places is basically a mobile app feature that allows you to share where you are located and see where your … Continued
In our previous article, we presented our best practice for finding the right people to follow on twitter within a medical specialty. Those general Twitter tips will work for any … Continued
Best practice on how to create a Twitter profile for your medical practice. Here is how to find people to follow on Twitter for your medical specialty.