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Physicians are ignoring social media at their own peril
Physicians are ignoring social media at their own peril
Sue Ter Maat (@Sue_TerMatt) of American Medical News (published by the American Medical Association) reports that physicians…

Physicians are ignoring social media at their own peril

Sue Ter Maat (@Sue_TerMatt) of American Medical News (published by the American Medical Association) reports that physicians who forgo social media risk falling behind their patients’ growing demands for digital communication. Frances Dare (@francesdare), managing director of connected health services for the…

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5 Steps for Creating Your First Content Strategy
5 Steps for Creating Your First Content Strategy
5 Steps for Creating Your First Content Strategy Do your current and future patients know exactly how…

5 Steps for Creating Your First Content Strategy

5 Steps for Creating Your First Content Strategy Do your current and future patients know exactly how you help them?  If someone new visits your website, is it clear what type of physician you are? Content is taking over the world! At…

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“Singing Doctor” changing health care with social media
“Singing Doctor” changing health care with social media
Dr. Tapas Mukherjee, a respiratory registrar at Glenfield Hospital, turned to social media to raise…

“Singing Doctor” changing health care with social media

Dr. Tapas Mukherjee, a respiratory registrar at Glenfield Hospital, turned to social media to raise awareness about new asthma guidelines -- and it worked. Nick Dietz reports on the "singing doctor." See the full story here.  

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6 facts about doctors using social media platforms
6 facts about doctors using social media platforms
Today, more doctors use two or more social media platforms for personal use, compared with…

6 facts about doctors using social media platforms

Today, more doctors use two or more social media platforms for personal use, compared with social sites used for professional purposes. Almost 90 percent of physicians use at least one site for personal use and more than 65 percent for…

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Doctors Told: Procede with Extreme Caution on Social Media
Doctors Told: Procede with Extreme Caution on Social Media
The American College of Physicians (ACP) and the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) issued…

Doctors Told: Procede with Extreme Caution on Social Media

The American College of Physicians (ACP) and the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) issued a policy paper called "Online Medical Professionalism: Patient and Public Relationships" published on April 11 in the Annals of Internal Medicine lists guidelines for physicians…

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Doctors Who Blog & Use Social Media
Doctors Who Blog & Use Social Media
Doctors Who Use Social Media This page contains PHYSICIAN and/or PHYSICIAN GROUP blogs, Twitter pages and/or Facebook pages that meet ALL three of…

Doctors Who Blog & Use Social Media

Doctors Who Use Social Media This page contains PHYSICIAN and/or PHYSICIAN GROUP blogs, Twitter pages and/or Facebook pages that meet ALL three of these criteria: * blogs are authored by qualified and licensed physicians. * authors currently practice medicine (should be identifiable via the blog) * blog positioned…

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Doctors Who Use Twitter
Doctors Who Use Twitter
Doctors Who Use Twitter A survey released today by the Pew Internet and American Life Project reports…

Doctors Who Use Twitter

Doctors Who Use Twitter A survey released today by the Pew Internet and American Life Project reports that 61 percent of Americans go online for health information, and the majority of them have turned to user-generated health information. But a quick scan…

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Surgeons send ‘tweets’ from operating room (Video)
Surgeons send ‘tweets’ from operating room (Video)
Surgeons send ‘tweets’ from operating room (Video) It's 7 a.m. at Henry Ford Hospital, and…

Surgeons send ‘tweets’ from operating room (Video)

Surgeons send ‘tweets’ from operating room (Video) It's 7 a.m. at Henry Ford Hospital, and surgeons are preparing to remove a cancerous tumor from a man's kidney. It's potentially a risky surgery, but everything's ready: The doctors and nurses are…

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