What makes Mayo Clinic dominate social media in healthcare? Here are 5 reasons why. The 2013 Harris Poll EquiTrend survey named the Mayo Clinic website the top Health Information Website, ahead of WebMD. Health and medical research has been and is still one of the most popular activities of online consumers, according to the Pew […]
According to a recent report from eHealth Initiative (eHI), social media has the potential to reduce chronic disease and correct high-risk behavior.
This week, Rhode Island’s medical licensing board has approved guidelines for the appropriate use of social media by physicians, iHealthBeat reports.
Six ways to use social media in healthcare can help get the word out about healthcare professionals and the services they provide.
Do you twitter? Do you Facebook? Do you blog? As the world becomes more connected through social media, healthcare professionals are finding a huge gateway to reaching more potential patients and interested readers.
IMS Health announced the acquisition of Semantelli Corporation, a Bridgewater, N.J.-based social media analytics company, to extend its marketing and consumer engagement capabilities for healthcare organizations
Hospitals rank Facebook as their most important social media channel according to “A Healthy Dose of Social Media“survey by the Ohio Hospital Association and the Columbus firm Mindset Digital.
How well do you know your physicians? Venkat Gullapalli, MD shares his insights on physician profiles, why they‘re important, and what you can do to create your own.
Medikly brings big data twist to Virtual Meetings announcing the addition of Virtual Panels that raises the bar for how healthcare companies reach, understand, and measure physician engagement.
How Twitter can predict flu outbreaks faster than the CDC infographic showcases the growing influence of social networks in tracking public health trends.