Monthly Archives: June 2012

Using Twitter Advanced Search for Healthcare | Walker Marketing

See on Scoop.it – Healthcare Social Media News Once you’ve mastered the basics of Twitter, it’s time to reach out and do some engaging of your own with Twitter Advanced Search. See on http://www.walker-marketing.com Advertisements

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Optimizing Facebook Engagement – How Frequently to Post? | Health Care Social Media Monitor

See on Scoop.it – Healthcare Social Media News See on Scoop.it – Health Care Social Media Monitor How much is too much? There is a common, and intuitive, assumption that brands should not post too frequently, or they will annoy … Continue reading

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This Doctor Will Now See You…on Facebook

See on Scoop.it – Healthcare Social Media News This Doctor Will Now See You… on Facebook. An OB/GYN shares his patient engagement and social media successes. See on http://www.healthcare-informatics.com

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Most Patients Want to Use Technology to Manage Their Healthcare …

See on Scoop.it – Healthcare Social Media News … Technology to Manage Their Healthcare. June 27th, 2012 by kconti. See on http://www.mednet-tech.com

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idc-emc-digital-universe-2011-infographic.pdf

See on Scoop.it – MyHealthConnects Online Marketing News See on http://www.emc.com

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4 ways social media can improve your medical practice – American Medical News

See on Scoop.it – Healthcare Social Media News Curator’s Note: Great article on some of the ways that social media can benefit a medical practice – in addition to attracting new patients.   Are you using social media to understand … Continue reading

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Want To Revolutionize Health? Enable Physicians, Don’t Replace Them – Forbes

See on Scoop.it – Healthcare Social Media News The reality of today’s funding environment for digital health entrepreneurs is that it’s traditional tech investors who have the lion’s share of the money, while most long-time healthcare investors are on the … Continue reading

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