Social Media Etiquette for Residents and Physicians

July 17, 2014

We’ve all heard stories about how someone’s social media use/lack of filter led to personal and professional consequences, ranging from minor embarrassments to serious problems. As a medical professional, you’re vulnerable to suffering some personal or professional harm due to any actions you take on social media, as did... Read More

Ideas to Better Educate Your Patients

July 3, 2014

As a healthcare professional, an important part of your role involves educating your patients on relevant health issues that empower them to make better decisions. However, getting the most helpful information across to your patients can be a challenging task. Here are some ideas to simply and creatively approach... Read More

Twitter Tips for Residents and Physicians

June 26, 2014

    Are you on Twitter? Twitter has been around for nearly a decade, but the medical community has begun adopting its use only fairly recently, so if you’ve been on the social networking site longer than a year or two, you’re certainly ahead of the curve. However, while... Read More

How Apple’s “Health” impacts health professionals

June 12, 2014

    At its recent Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced a new feature added to an upcoming software update for iPhones and iPads: Health. The Health app is meant to serve as a centralized location to store all of a user’s health and fitness information, with capabilities available for... Read More

Why your medical staff should blog

May 1, 2014

So, you’re proactively monitoring your online reputation and have created a successful website as part of your digital communication strategy for your hospital or practice. At this point, you may be wondering what the next step is to improve that strategy. At this point, why not have your medical staff... Read More