There are some really great nuggets of information in the graphic, including the fact that 60% of physicians feel social media improves patient care and half of smartphone owners use their device for health information.
We often make the point that LinkedIn has a business and professional flare that is a “natural” for showcasing the expertise of doctors and hospital executives. LinkedIn’s newly expanded publishing feature presents even greater opportunity for content creation and reputation management.
How are new tools and technology influencing organizing and advocacy around health care? A lively panel discussion covered changing demographics and social media usage, how activists can use social media to advocate ...
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