Patients choose hospitals based on social media
This report gives credence (and backs it up with statistics) to the influence that healthcare social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as well as online forums have on patient’s decision making process when it comes to selecting a hospital.Read the Article
Social media and health care: opportunities and obstacles
Check out this fascinating, interactive table that reveals consumer attitudes and behaviors about social media in healthcare. Responses are broken up by sex, age group, education, income, and health insurance coverage. Based on responses made by more than 1,000 consumers.Read the Article
A 12-Word Social Media Policy
Dr. Farris Timimi, Medical Director for the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, states it quite clearly, “The biggest risk in healthcare social media is not participating in the conversation.” And he goes on to offer some simple to follow rules of engagement.Read the Article
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