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A doctor's prescription for social media

A doctor's prescription for social media | infographics | Scoop.it

"As an experiment,  I immersed myself in social media for the past three months.  I started this blog, joined Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, bought a domain name, and posted on Facebook for the first time in years.

 

Even within this short period of time, I reaped tangible benefits: I interacted with top physicians from across the world, kept up with the  medical literature, participated in discussions with patients about how how rheumatic diseases affect their lives, joined webinars about improving the patient experience, and provided educational information to physicians and patients about autoinflammatory diseases, my clinical interest.

 

Social media has changed the way that I think about and practice medicine, and it’s only been a few months"

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Wilf ILIFFE's curator insight, April 5, 2014 5:56 AM

No mention of the pharma industry, though.

Bettina Gifford's curator insight, April 6, 2014 1:00 AM

A doctor's perspective about the benefits of social media involvement..

Javier Antonio Bellina's curator insight, April 8, 2014 8:48 AM

Las ventajas de estar en Internet.

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The Digital Journey: What Patients Do and Want

The Digital Journey: What Patients Do and Want | infographics | Scoop.it
This infographic from Google uncovers the how, when and where of the hospital selection process while highlighing what factors lead to a decision. 94% say it comes down to reputation!

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A potrait of US adults living with Chronic Health Conditions

A potrait of US adults living with Chronic Health Conditions | infographics | Scoop.it

45% of U.S. adults live with chronic disease 


Living with a chronic disease has an independent effect on people’s technology adoption and health behavior 

 

72% of U.S. adults living with chronic conditions use the internet 

 

7 in 10 track weight, diet, exercise routine, or symptoms 

 

 

67% of U.S. adults living with high blood pressure are internet users


69% of U.S. adults living with asthma or other lung conditions are internet users


56% of U.S. adults living with diabetes are internet users


59% of U.S. adults living with heart conditions are internet users


70% of U.S. adults living with a chronic condition other than those specified in the report are internet users.

 

Surprisingly, only 11% of U.S. adults living with one or more chronic conditions have consulted online rankings or reviews of hospitals or other medical facilities.


People living with chronic conditions are more likely than others to fact check with a medical professional what they find online

 

The findings of this report presents a great opportunity of engaging patients with chronic conditions using internet and social media


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eMedToday's curator insight, November 26, 2013 7:23 PM

WOW

Social Shweta's curator insight, December 3, 2013 1:37 PM

It's time for #HCPs to explore the huge potential Engaging with patients especially the ones with chronic diseases online. #PatientEngage | The awaited PEW Report is here..

Marisa Maiocchi's curator insight, December 7, 2013 11:05 AM

Si bien las estadísticas pertenecen a los Estados Unidos, marcan una tendencia, que ya fue advertida por otros estudios (You share, We care). En América Latina tenemos que avanzar en e-Health porque los pacientes están ya en esa conversación!

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The Internet: A Brief and Impressive History [#Infographic] - StateTech Magazine

The Internet: A Brief and Impressive History [#Infographic] - StateTech Magazine | infographics | Scoop.it
The Internet: A Brief and Impressive History [#Infographic]
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Driven by mobile devices, social media and an appetite for information, the Internet's growth is simply stunning. ...
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Rising Use of Social Media in Healthcare

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I came across this cool infographic made by Demi & Cooper Advertising while researching this week’s New Tech Friday post. 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...

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2013 Survey of Social Media and Mobile Usage by Healthcare Professionals

Today’s clinicians are taking charge of their careers by honing in on job search sources, increasing the use of social media for finding jobs and networked connections, and optimizing their online footprint. And why not,Social Media Infographic considering that healthcare organizations seeking to hire these professionals are getting savvy in extending their brand messaging and customer experience across a variety of channels, including social media. Social media recruiting initiatives continue to grow, and job seekers are wise to keep up with online networking and job opportunities that may not be available via more traditional methods.

AMN Healthcare’s 2013 Survey of Social Media and Mobile Usage by Healthcare Professionals: Job Search and Career Trends, is a follow-up to two prior surveys in 2010 and 2011. It provides hospitals and other healthcare organizations, along with leaders in the field, with an inside look at clinicians’ job search methods, career development activities and social media practices, as well as how their behaviors have changed over time.

Responses to the 2013 survey indicate that the use of social media for job searching among clinicians and physicians has increased dramatically from the 2010 benchmark levels, while job boards, direct contact with organizations online and referrals remain important. Among other notable trends, Facebook has been upstaged by LinkedIn this year as the main social networking site of choice for job searching among healthcare professionals.


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10 mind-blowing mobile infographics

10 mind-blowing mobile infographics | infographics | Scoop.it

I've gathered together ten great infographics on m-commerce, QR codes, apps vs web, coupons, payments, mobile marketing and more.Where possible, I've added the infographics to this post in a readable size, but for others you can click on the image to see a larger version..


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 26, 2013 3:53 AM

Useful resource for mobile marketers.