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“… physicians trying to establish their own reputations or brand should not only want to find the influencers, but also establish themselves as influencers.”Read the Article
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How to find a doctor online
Wow! Here’s a “how-to” article on finding a doctor via social sites. It’s two years old, but talks about how these sites are here to stay … so the age of the article supports its premise.
“Traditionally, people have found doctors by word of mouth: Find someone you trust, and ask whom they use.”Read the Article
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A directory of the most influential doctors on Twitter
A listing of physicians on Twitter. These doctors are ranked using “Influence” (as judged by their Klout score), tweets, followers and re-tweets. The service touts that it updates hourly-current number of physicians on the list is 1,287.Read the Article
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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
Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Center
p>Orthopedic Foot and Ankle’s Facebook page is a classic example of how to engage patients. By posting questions or invitations to events they keep their patients involved and active in discussions.
Beautiful use of photos and videos. We especially enjoyed seeing the Notes section used to post great patient feedback!
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